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DIEECTORT, 

CONTAINING A COEEECTED 

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A BUSINESS DIRECTOKT, 



A STREET DIRECTORY, 

AND AN 
APPENDIX OF MUCH USEFUL INFORMATION. 



1868-^69. 



BALTIMORE: 
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN W. WOODS, 

202 Baltimore-st, between St. Paul and Charles. 



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CORRECTIONS, ABDITIOIS^S, ALTERATIONS, 

AND NAMES TOO LATE " F()R INSERTION IN THEIR PROPER PLACES. 



Ayleswortli Rer. B. McG. 285 n Howard 
Aylesworth Bowen McG. carpenter, 269 n 

Howard 
Barrett Jolin L. cbina, glass and queensware, 

30 w Baltimore, dw 5 Jacksoa sq 
Berp (). H. foreign exchange and stock broker, 

16 South, dw 01 s Sharp 
Bradshaw & White, (J. J. B., J. J. White,) 

butter and produce, 66 Pearl 
Caughev M. P. (M. P. C. & Co.) 267 Druid 

Hill aV 
Clendenen Mrs. millinery, 144 w Biddle 
Clcndenen Wra. J. clerk, 144 w Biddle 
Cloud Daniel, (Sbipe, C. & Co.) 146 Bolton 
Collins Rev. Isaac, 16 Warren 
Crane & Dibbell, millinery goods, 249 w Bal- 
timore 
CURTIS DR. E. De F., St. John house, 58 n 

Charles 
Daijier & Bramble, commission merchants, 4 

Hollingrsworth and 158 w Pratt / 
Davis D.'O. (D. 0. D. & Co.) 155 Druid Hill av 
Dunlap Rev. Geo. W., Canton 
Duriiam & Sohl, hosiery and notions, 490 w 

IJaltiniore 
Evitt Robert, (Evitt& Bro.) 442 Lexington 
Freeman F. L. k Co. (F. L. F.) commission 

merchants, 46 w Pratt 
Gaw A. F. cigar box manufacturer, 2 n Eutaw 
Gover H. T. (formerly G. & Matthews,) com- 
mission merchant, 110 w Lombard 
Gould John II. shirt manuf. 19 s Sharp 
llarman Henry M. Light-st. Institute, 12 Light 
Herring John Q. A. agent Harnden express, 

56'i w Fayette 
Herring John W. 563 w Fayette 
Hoofl'.John J. bookkeeper, 40 iJolton 
Hook 15. V. (Kingslaud, H. & Co.) 6 Camden 
Jamison Rev. Andrew, 356 Franklin 
Jordan R. E. (II. P. J. & Co.) 632 Lexington 



Jordan H. P. & Co. (H. P. & R. E. Jordan, .) 
gen'l com. merchants and produce, 7(J 8 
Charles 

Jordan Hanson P. (H. P. J. & Co.) 632 Lex- 
ington 

Kirkley Rev. John \Y ., 554 Lexington 

Kramer Rev. James, 157 s Charles 

Kramer Rev. Samuel, Baltimore co 

Leech Rev. George V. 84 William 

LEVERING CLINTON, n w cor Linden av 
and Dolphin 

Macy W . I), agent Md. Collar and Saddle Co. 
55 German, dw 127 s High 

MAGRUDER ALLAN B. attorney, 53 St. Paul, 
dw 675 Lexington 

Mayer Charles F. of Lewis, (M. & Bro.) !(.: 
\v Monument 

Mayer Christopher L.(M. & Bro.) 109 \v Monu- 
ment 

McCaffray Geo. magistrate, 28 St. Paul, dw 
77 n Libert v 

McDONNAL "WM. H. boots and shoes, 314 n 
Howard 

Pizarro Jose Antonio, vice-consul for Spain 
and Mexico, 149 n Paca 

Rosendale Christopher, pharmaceutist, s e cor 
Aisquith and Orleans 

Ruth R. J. (R. J. R. & Co.) 040 w Fayette 

Saner C. R. & F. A., pharmaceutists, s e cur 
Aisquith and Orleans 

Saucr Francis A. (C. R. & F. A. S.) cor Ais- 
quith and Orleans 

Sharp & Dohme, pharmaceutists, s w cor Pratt 
and Howard 

Smith Rev. Joseph T., 19 McCulloh 

Williams E., 74 n Charles 

Williams J. S. ladies shoes, 74 n Charles 

Wolf Edmund, stove house, s e cor Lombard 
and Light 



P R E F A C E . 



The Publislier of tlie Baltimore City Directory presents this volume of 
the series, more enhirged than any of its predecessors, and having all the claim 
to accuracy, (and hence to approval,) which is founded on unwearied industry in 
exploration, long experience, and an earnest desire on his part to render the 
v/ork, what its name imports, a reliable source of information as to the places 
of abode and of business and the occupation of all the permanent residents of 
our city. 

Mindful of the encouragement hitherto — since his first publication of the 
Baltimore Directory — received by him from his fellow-citizens, he has sought 
most sedulously to render this issue worthy of their continued patronage. 

As additions to our local population arise, the compilation and publication of 
such a work, necessarily increased accordingly in bulk, involve gnater outlay 
of labor, time and capital. 

The Advertising department will be found highly useful to our community 
and to visitors of our city ; and experience of the result to advertisers in past 
years, justifies the assertion that this medium of facility to all will be found 
satisfactorily remunerative to the parties thus advertising. 

The necessity of continuous issue of the series from year to year, arising 
from the changes of former and creation of new places of abode or business, is 
apparent ; and it is only by regular adoption by the public of the volumes as 
issued that the advantage designed to be extended to them can be secured 
fully. A failure on the part of subscribers to take regularly the dulyiiublished 
work, exhibiting the changes referred to, as well as the increase accrued, ope- 
rates not only to the disadvantage but to the discouragement of the Publisher. 
The appositeness of this remark is shown by the fact that on each new issue it 
is found that at least tw^o-thirds of the localities or names to be indicated have 
been changed in the interval. 

. When even a limited number of subscribers decline taking a new issue, hop- 
ing to scramble on upon its predecessor, they not only exclude themselves 
from a reliable source of information, the occasion for using which is of dailv, 
almost hourly, recurrence, but their declension actually extinguishes the reason- 
able profit that should enure to the Publisher, by whose enterprise, unusually 
arduous labor and capital, the regular production of the work is accomplished. 

Gratefully acknowledging as well past patronage as the courtesy uniformly 
evinced by every class of Baltimoreans to our canvassers in their arduous work 
of preparation, and tendering to all our congratulations because of the continu- 
ously rapid progress and obvious prosperity of our city, 

I am the public's obedient servant, 

THE PUBLISHEE/,: 

November, 1868. 



GEJ^ERAL C0NTF:NTS. 



Corrections, Additions and Alterations, 
back of title, 

Advertisements, Index to ... 5 

Aged Men's Home, .... fi05 

Aged Women's Home . . • 805 

Aimshouse Trustees, . . . "^02 
Ajipendix, .... from 785 to 804 

Atlicnnsum. ..... 804 

Baltimore Association for the improve- 
ment of the Condition of the Poor, 804 
Baltimore Gymnasium. . . . 803 

Baltimore Orphan Asylum, . . 8o5 

Banks, 795 

Bells — Fire Department, ... 790 

Board of Trade 805 

Board of Public Works, . . .785 
Boy's Home Association of Baltimore, 

Boundaries of the Wards, . . 806 
Business Directory, . from 667 to 760 

Cadets of Temperance, . . 803 

Catonsville and Ellicott City Railway. 801 

Cemeteries, 806 

Childen's AidSocietv, . . .804 

Churches, ..'... 808 

City Government, .... 786 

City Commissioner, . . . 7S6 

City Council, 786 

City Passenger Railway, . . 801 

City Police and Fire Alarm Telegraph, 789 
Colored Persons, . . . 60 1 to 665 

Ccmmissioners of Public Schools. . 787 

Concordia Club, . . . . 804 

Consuls and Vice-Consuls, . . . 795 

Corn and Flour Exchange, . . f-05 

Coroners, 7S5 

Courts, 793 

Custom House, 791 

Dispensaries, ..... 805 

Express Companies, .... 800 

Fire Department, .... 789 

Gas Light Co. of Baltimore, • . 805 

German Society of Maryland, . 803 

(icrman Orplian Asylum, . . . 805 

Germania Club .... 804 

Government of the United States, . 785 

(Jovernment of the State of Maryland, 785 

Health Department, . . . 787 

Hil.ernian Society of Baltimore, . . 803 

Home of tlie Friendless . . 805 

Home f(jr Disabled Soldiers of .\biryland, 804 

House of Refuge, .... 804 

li)tirmaries, Hos|)ital3, &c., . . 805 

Iii^licctor General Slate Militia, . , 785 

IriUTiial Revenue, . . 805 



Judges of Appeal Tax Court, 

Legislative Districts, 

List of Names of residents, from 17 

Magistrates, .... 

Managers of the Poor, 

Map of the City of Baltimore, corrected 

to date, in front of . 
Markets,. . . • . 

Maryland College of Pharmacy, . 
Maryland Club, .... 

Maryland Gas Company, 

Maryland Hospital for the Insane, . 

Maryland Institute, 

Masons, ...... 

Merchants Exchange and News Rooms 
Notaries Public, .... 

Odd Fellows, (I. 0. 0. F.) 

Park Commissioners, 

Peabody Institute, .... 

Police Organization, 

Port Warden, 

Post Office 

Preface, 

Public Schools, Locations and Teacher; 
Railroads, . ■ . . . 
Red Men, (Improved Order,) . 
Red Men, (Independent Order, ) . 
Registers in Bankruptcy, . 
Resident Commissioners, 
Schuetzen Park Association, . 
Societies, . , . . . 
Sons of Temperance, 
St. Andrew's Society, . 
St. George's Society, 
St. Peter's (Epis.) Ori)han Asylum, 
St. Vincent's Infant Asylum, . 
Stages, ..,".. 

Stamp Duties, .... 

State Normal School, . 
State Department of Labor and Agricu! 

tare, ..... 

Steamers and Steamboats, 
Street Directory, 

Tax DcpartmeiU, .... 
Telegrai)hs, .... 

Typographical Union, No. 12, . 
Union Club. .... 

United American .Mechanics, 
United Ancient Order of Druids, . 
United Brothers, (I. O.) . 
Union Orphan Asylum, 
Vaccine Physicians, 
Water De|)artment, 
York Road Railway, 



PACrE. 

786 
807 
to 655 
787 
790 

17 

784 

804 

805 

805 

804 

802 

804 

801 

802 

786 

805 

786 

786 . 

790 

787 
798 
803 
802 
805 
802 
804 
802 
803 
803 
804 
805 
805 
801 
792 
7rf5 

785 
799 
701 
786 
801 
804 
804 
803 
802 
802 
805 
787 
786 
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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Agricultural Implements. 

N. W. Slade & Co. 27 

Bill Posting. 

A. T. Houck & Co. 22 

Bone Dust Manufacturers. 

Joshua Horner. 28 

Bankers. 

JohnS. Gittings & Co. 11 

Barrel Factory. 

Kimball, ShaSar ^ Co. 12 

Boiler Makers. 

H. C. Larrabee, 3 

Hazlehurst & Co., 12 

Murray, Clark & Co. 11 

Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c. 

P. M. Quinn. 23 

Bristle Dealers. 

Wm. Wilkens & Co. 22 

Brokers— Stock and Bill. 

Johns. Gittings & Co. 11 

Building Materials. 

W. W. Maughlin ^ Sons, 6 

Robinson & Cunningham, 2 

Carriage Materials. 

Mackenzie Bros. 19 

Castings. 

H. C. Larrabee. 
Hazlehurst ^ Co. 
Murray, Clark & Co. 

Cement, Plaster, &c. 

J. Henry Giese & Co. 
bottom lines and top card on 

Chemicals, Paints, Oils, &c. 

R. J. Baker, outside front cover. 

China, Glass, &c. 

Nicholas Stein, 
L. Cohn. 

Clothiers. 

Noah Walker & Co. 25 

Coal Dealers. 

Joseph R. Lester. 3 



Coal Oil. 

Nicholas Stein. 

Coach Makers. 

J. B. Watkins & Co. 

Coopers. 

Kimball, ShafiFar & Co. 

Commissioners. 

Gist & Wells, 

Daiger & Bramble, 

J. Henry Giese & Co. 

bottom lines and top card on pages 

Curled Hair Manufactory. 

Wm. Wilkens ^ Co. 

Dancing and Waltzing Academy. 

Charles L. Spies. 

Dental College. 

Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. 

Druggists Glassware. 
W. R. Johnson. 

Dumb Waiters. 
James Bates. 

Dry Goods. 

Geo. H. C. Neal. 

Dye Woods, Drugs, &c. 

R. J. Baker, outside front cover. 



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Engraver— Wood. 




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J. H. Parks. 


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Engineers and Machinists, 






T. C. Basshor 4' Co. 


5 




Murray, Clark & Co. 


11 




Hazlehurst & Co. 


12 




George Page & Co. 


10 




Fancy Goods. 






Lawrence D. Dietz ^ Co., 




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308 


24 


W. R. Johnson, 


29 




Jacob Knipp, jr., 


20 



Fertilizers. 

B. M. Rhodes, 

see front cover. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Florists. 

R. Halliday ^ Son, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 
J. Henry Giese & Co., 
bottom lines and top card on pages. 

Furniture, &c. 

Hiss & Bro., 12 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. 

Lawrence D. Dietz & Co. 308 

Jacob Knipp, jr., 20 

Glassware. 

W. R. Johnson, 



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Hardware and Cutlery. 

Mackenzie Bros., 19 

Heating Apparatus. 

Thos. C. Basshor & Co., 5 

Wm.E. Wood & Co., 

back inside cover. 

Soisting Machines. 

James Bates, 1 

.Hospitals. 

Washington University, 1 

Hosiery, Yarns, Gloves, &c. 

Lawrence D. Dietz ^ Co. facing 308 

Jacob Knipp, jr. 20 

Infirmaries. 

Washington University Infirmary, 7 

Insurance. 

Allmand ^ Williams, 15 

Fireman's Insurance Company of 
Baltimore, 4 

Maryland Life Insurance Company 
of Baltimore 17 

Monumental Fire Insurance Compa- 
ny of Baltimore, 16 

New Jersey Mutual Life Insurance 
Company, 8 

People's Mutual Relief Co. facing 407 

Peyton & Starke, 27 

J. G. Proud & Sons, 

inside front cover. 

Iron Works. 

Hazlehurst & Co. 12 

Murray, Clark ^ Co. 11 

H. C. Larrabee, 3 

Stickney & Co. 23 

iLiquors, Wines, Torter, &c. 

P. M. Quinn, 23 

Leather Belting and Hose. 

J. H. Haskell, 24 



Machine Cards. 




John H. Haskell, 


24 


Machinist, &c. 




H, C. Larrabee, 


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Hazlehurst ^ Co. 


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Murray, Clark & Co, 


11 


Malt and Hops. 




John Boyd, 


15 


Manufacturers Supplies. 


24 


Medicines. 




David E. Foutz, 


26 


Metallic Roofers. 




George D. Volkmar & Sons, 


30 


Notions, Hosiery &c. 




Lawrence D. Dietz & Co. 


308 


Jacob Knipp, jr. 


20 


Nurserymen and Florists. 




R. Halliday & Son, 


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Oils, Paints, &c. 




N. H. Hirshberg ^ Co, 


2 


Oils, Lamps, &c. 




Nicholas Stein, 


6 


Oyster and Fruit Packers, and 




Dealers. 




Daiger <j- Bramble, 


23 


Paints and Colors. 




N. H. Hirshberg & Co. 


2 


Paper Warehouses. 




Joshua Horner, 


19 


Wheelwright, Mudge & Co, 


13 


Paper Box Manufacturers. 




Levi Weaver & Son 


23 


Pianos. 




Gaehle's Manufacturing Co. 


16 


Plumbers. 




Hubball # Co. 


20 


John W. Bechtel, 


22 


Pocket Books, Port Monnaies. 




Albert Moritz, 


11 


Potteries. 




J. Herrman & Bro, 


15 


Produce, &c. 




Gist & Wells, 


6 


Daiger & Bramble, 


23 


Provision Dealers and Packers. 




Gist & Wells, 


6 


Roofing. 




George D. Volkmar & Sons, 


30 


Saddlery Hardware. 




Mackenzie Bros. 


19 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Safe Deposit Company, 3 

Sash Factories. 

Robinson & Cunningham, 2 

W. W. Maughlin & Sons, page 6 

and back outside cover 

Saw Mills, Stationary and Portable. 

Thomas C. Basshor & Co. 5 

George Page & Co. 10 

Sewing Machines. 
Grover ^ Baker, 

bottom lines on pages and p. 4 

Scales. 

Fairbanks & Co. 8 

Schools and Colleges. 

Baltimore Female College, N.C.Brooks, 29 

Silver Plated Ware. 

L. Cohn, 24 

Steam and Water Fixtures. 

Thomas C. Basshor & Co. 5 

William E. Wood & Co., 
back inside cover. 



Stone and Crockeryware. 

J. Herrman & Bro. 

Stove Dealers. 

John W. Bechtel, 

Tailors, (Merchant.) 

Noah Walker & Co. 

Transportation Lines. 

Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat 
Company, 

New York and Baltimore Transporta- 
tion Line, 

ITniversities. 

Washington University, 

Wire Works and Goods. 

Stidman, Meise & Co. 

Yarn, Gloves, &c. 

Jacob Knipp, jr. 

Lawrence D. Dietz & Co. facing ' 



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INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Adjusters of Averages, 
Agencies— Commercial and Mercantile 
Agents— Advertising, 
Agents— General, 
Agents— Claim, 
Agents — Insurance, . 
_A.gents— Property and Collectors 
Agents— Real Estate, 
Agents— Steamers, Rail Road and Pas- 
senger, . . . • • 
Agricultural Implements, 
Antiquarian Books, &c.. 
Apothecaries, Druggists and Ctiemists 
Aquariums and Bird Stuffers, 
Architects and Civil Engineers, 

Artists, 

Artists' Materials, 

Artificial Flowers, 

Artificial Limbs, Trusses, &c., 

Attorneys at Law, 

Auction and Commission Merchants, 

Bacon Dealers, . . • • 

Bag Manufacturers, 

Bakers, 

Bankers, 

Banks, 

Banks — National, . 

Banks — Savings, 

Basket Makers, 

Bell Founders, . 

Bell Hangers, 

Bellows Manufacturers, 

Bill Posting and Distributing, 

Billiard Saloons, 

Blacking Manufacturers, 

Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, 

Bleachers and Pressors, 

Block and Pump Makers, . 

Boarding Houses, . 

Boat Builders, 

Boiler Makers, 

Bolting Cloths. 

Bonnets, Ribbons, Silk and Straw 
goods, ...••' 

Book Binders, . . • • 

Booksellers, Stationers and Publishers 

Boot and Shoe Dealers and Manufao 
turers — Retail, •. • ' ' 

Boots and Shoes — Ladies', 

Boot and Shoe Dealers and Manufac- 
turers — Wholesale, 

Bottlers, .... 

Box Makers, 

Brass and Bell Founders, 
Brewers, . . . • 

Brick Manufacturers, 
Bridge and Wharf Builders, 
Britonnia Ware Manufacturers, 



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Brokers— Exchange, Bill, Real Estate 

and Stock, 

Brokers — Insurance, . . _ . 
Brokers — Merchandise and Shipping, 
Brooms, Baskets and Wooden Ware 

Dealers, .... 

Brush Manufacturers and Dealers, 
Building Materials, 
Burr Mill Stone Manufacturers, 

Butchers, 

Butter Dealers, .... 

Cabinet Makers, 

Cards — Machine, .... 

Carpenters and Builders, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, &c.. 

Carpet Weavers, . ' ■ 

Carriage and Coachmakers, 

Carriage Goods, Hardware, &c., 

Carvers and Gilders, 

Cattle Dealers, . . • . 

Cement and Plaster, 

Chair Makers, .... 

Chemists and Dealers in Chemicals, 

China, Glass and Queensware, . 

Chiropodists, .... 

Chronometers and Nautical Instruments, 

Cloaks and Mantillas, 

Clocks, 

Clothiers— Children, 
Clothiers— Wholesale, 
Clothiers — Retail, 
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, &c.. 
Coal and Wood Dealers, 
Coal Oil and Lamps, 
Cofifee Roasters and Spice Grinders, 
Collar Makers, .... 
Commercial Colleges, 
Commission Merchants, 
Commissioners of Deeds, 
Companies — Miscellaneous, 
Composition Roofing, 
Confectioners and Fruiterers, 
Confectioners and Fruiterers- whole- 
sale, .... 
Consuls and Vice-Consuls, 
Conveyancers, 
Coopers, 

Coppersmiths and Works, 
Cork Cutters and Dealers, 
Corset Makers, . 
Cotton Brokers, 
Cotton Dealers and Factors, 
Cotton Duck Manufacturers, 
Cottofi Yarn, &c.. 
Cotton and Woolen Goods, 
Cupper and Leechers,, 
Curled Hair Manufacturers, 
Curriers, Leather and Findings, 



PAGE. 

682 
683 
683 



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 


IX 




PAGE. 




PAGE. 


Cutlery and Cutlers, 


702 


Hotels, 


718 


Dairjs, 


702 


Hoop Skirt Manufacturers, 


719 


Dancing Academies, 


702 


Horse Shoers, .... 


719 


Dentists, 


702 


House Furnishing Goods, 


719 


Dental Depots, .... 


703 


Ice Cream, ..... 


719 


Die Sinkers and Engravers, 


703 


Ice Dealers, .... 


719 


Distillers, 


704 


Immigrant Agents, 


719 


Dispensaries 


704 


Importers, .... 


719 


Drawing Instruments, 


703 


India Rubber Goods, . 


721 


Dressmakers, .... 


703 


Inspectors, .... 


721 


Druggists — Wholesale, 


704 


Instrument Makers, 


722 


Dry Goods — Retail, 


704 


Insurance Companies, 


722 


Dry Goods — Wholesale, 


705 


Intelligence Offices, 


723 


Dyers and Scourers, 


705 


Iron Fence Railing, 


723 


Dye Woods and Dye Stuffs, 


705 


Iron, Steel and Metal Dealers, 


724 


Earthen and Stoneware Manufacturers, 


705 


Iron Founders, 


724 


Edge Tools, 


706 


Iron Furnaces, .... 


724 


Embroideries and Laces, 


706 


Japanners, 


724 


Engineers, Civil and Mechanical, 


706 


Jewelers, 


724 


Engines and Boilers, 


706 


Junk Dealers, .... 


724 


Engine and Locomotive Builders, 


706 


Lamps and Oil, .... 


725 


Engravers, .... 


706 


Last Makers, .... 


725 


Ethereal Oil, Alcohol and Camphene, 


706 


Laundries, ..... 


725 


Express Forwarders, 


706 


Lightning Rods, 


725 


Fancy Goods and Notions — Retail, 


706 


Lime, 


725 


Fancy Goods and Notions — Wholesale 


706 


Linen Goods,. 


725 


Fertilizers, .... 


708 


Liquor and Wine Dealers — Retail, 


725 


File and Rasp Manufacturers, 


708 


Liquors and Wines — Wholesale, 


726 


Fire Engine Hose Manufacturers, 


708 


Lithographers, .... 


727 


Fish Dealers, .... 


708 


Livery and Hack Stables, 


727 


Fishing Tackle, Twines, &c.. 


708 


Locksmiths and Bellhangers, 


727 


Flag Manufacturers, 


708 


Looking Glass and Picture Frame M 


an- 


Floris.ts and Nurserymen, . 


708 


ufacturers, .... 


728 


Flour and Feed Dealers and Millers 


703 


Lumber Merchants, 


728 


Forwarding, . ... 


708 


Machine Sewing, 


728 


Fresco Painters, . . • . 


708 


Machinists, .... 


728 


Fruit Dealers, .... 


710 


Maltsters, ..... 


729 


Furniture Dealers and Manufacturers 


710 


Manufacturers, 


729 


Furriers and Fur Dealers, 


710 


Manufacturers and Machinists' Supp 


lies, 731 


Gardeners, 


710 


Marble and Stone Workers, 


732 


Gas Fitters and Fixtures, 


710 


Mattress Manufacturers, 


732 


Gas, 


710 


Jlerchant Tailors, . 


732 


Gas Meter Makers, 


711 


Military Goods, .... 


733 


Gangers, 


711 


Millers, 


733 


Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Whole 




.Alillinery, 


733 


sale, . . . . . 


711 


Millinery Goods, 


734 


Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Retail, 


711 


Millwrights, .... 


734 


Glass Dealers, .... 


711 


Mineral Water, 


734 


Glass Manufacturers, 


712 


ilorocco Manufacturers, 


734 


Glass Stainers, 


712 


Music and Musical Instruments, 


734 


Gloves, Hosiery, Yarns, Worsteds, &c. 


712 


Music Teachero, .... 


734 


Gold Beaters, .... 


712 


Nails, Brads, Spikes, &c.. 


735 


Gold and Silversmiths, . 


712 


Naval Stores, .... 


735 


Gold Pen Manufacturers, 


712 


Newspapers, .... 


735 


Grain and Flour Dealers, 


712 


News and Periodicals, 


735 


Grocers— Retail, .... 


712 


Nightmen, .... 


736 


Grocers — Wholesale and Commission 


714 


Notaries Public, .... 


736 


Guano Dealers, .... 


715 


Notions — Wholesale, 


736 


Gun Manufacturers and Dealers, 


715 


Nurses and Midwives, 


736 


Hair Dressers, .... 


715 


Oil Companies, 


736 


Hardware — Retail, 


715 


Oil Dealers, .... 


736 


Hardware — Wholesale, 


715 


Opticians, . . . • 


737 


Hat and Cap Manufacturers, . 


716 


Organ Builders, 


73t 


Hats, Caps, Furs, &c.— Wholesale, 


. 717 


Oyster and Fruit Packers, 


737 


Hats, Caps, Furs and Straw Goods- 




Packing Houses, 


733 


Retail, 


716 


Painters — House and Sign, 


7 38 


Hay and Straw Dealers, . 


717 


Paints, Oils, tJ'C, 


738 


Hermetically Sealed Fruits, &c., 


717 


Paper Bags, .... 


739 


Hide and Leather Dealers, 


717 


Paper Box Manufacturers, 


739 


Hose Manufacturers, . 


718 


Paper Hangings, 


739 


Hosiery, Yarns, AVorsteds, &c., 


718 


Paper Stock, .... 


739 



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 





I'AGE. 


Paper A\'aiehouses, 


739 


Piisse Partouts, .... 


739 


Patent Articles 


739 


Patent .Medicines, .... 


740 


Pattern Makers, .... 


740 


Pavers, Graders and Contractors, 


740 


Pawnbrol<ers, .... 


740 


Photosrapliers, .... 


740 


Photo<:raphers Stock, 


740 


Physicians, ..... 


740 


Piano Dealers and Manufacturers. 


744 


Picklinfr and Preserving, . 


744 


Picture Frame Manufacturers, 


744 


Plaster Mills, 


744 


Plumbers, ..... 


744 


Pocke'. Book and Jewelry Case .Manu- 




turers, ..... 


745 


Potteries, ..... 


745 


Printers — Book and Job, 


745 


Printers — Copperplate, 


745 


Produce Dealers, .... 


745 


Provision Merchants — Wholesale 


746 


Provision Dealers, .... 


746 


Pump and Block Makers, 


747 


Pyrotechnists, 


747 


Railways, (.Marine,) 


747 


Ranges and Furnaces, 


747 


Regalia Makers, .... 


747 


Restaurants, 


747 


Riggers, 


748 


Rolling Mills, .... 


748 


Roofers, 


748 


Rope Makers and Ship Chandlers, 


748 


Saddle and Harness -Makers, 


748 


Saddlery Hardware, 


748 


Safes — Fire Proof, .... 


749 


Sail Makers, . . • . 


749 


Salt Dealers, ..... 


749 


Sand Dealers, .... 


749 


Sash, Door and Blind Manufacturers, 


749 


Saw Manufacturers, 


749 


Saw and Planing Mills, 


749 


Scales, ...... 


749 


Sculptors, ..... 


749 


Seeds, 


750 


Sewing Machines, .... 


750 


Ship Builders and Marine Railway, 


750 


Ship Chandlers, . . .' • 


750 


Ship Joiners, .... 


750 


Ship Smiths, 


750 


Shipping .Masters, 


750 


Shipping Merchants, 


7:^0 


Shiit .Manufacturers, 


751 



Shoe Findings, .... 

Show Case Manufacture! s. 
Show Cards, • . . . . 
Silk Weavers, Manufacts. and Dealers, 
Silver Platers and Plated Ware, 
Silversmiths, ..... 

Slaters, 

Smut Machines, . . . .^ 

Snuff Manufacturers, 

Soap and Candle Manufacturers 

Spices, ...... 

Stamping, Pinking and Fluting, 

Stationery, Blank Books, ifcc, 

Steamship and Steamboat Lines, 

Steam and Water Heating, 

Stencil Cutters, . • . . 

Storage Warehouses, 

Stove Dealers, .... 

Sugar Refineries, .... 

Surveyors, ..... 

Tailors' Trimmings, 

Tanners and Curriers, 

Tea Dealers, . . . • . 

Telegraphs, ..... 

Tin Ware, Can and Sheet Iron .Manu- 
facturers and Workers, 
Tin Plate and Metals, 
Tobacco and Cig.ars — Retail, 
Tobacco Dealers and Manufacturers — 
Wholesale, .... 

Toilet Articles, &c., 

Trimmings, Laces, <5"C., 

Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.. 

Turners, ..... 

Type Founders, .... 

Umbrella aud Parasol .Manufacturers, 
Undertakers, .... 

Upholsterers, ..... 

Variety Stores, 

Veterinary Surgeons, 

Vinegar Makers, 

Watches and Jewehy, 

Weighers, 

Whij)S and Canes, 

Wig Makers, 

Wire Workers, 

Wood Dealers, 

Wood — 'Sawed and Sjilit, 

Wooden and Willow Ware, 

Wool Dealers, . 

Yeast .Makers, 

Miscellaneous, 



PAGK. 

751 
751 
751 
751 
751 
752 
752 
7 5 "J 
7 5 "J 
752 
752 
752 
752 
752 
753 
7,53 
753 
753 
753 
753 
754 
754 
754 
754 

754 
7.54 

754 

756 
757 
757 
757 
757 
758 
758 
7,58 
758 
758 
758 
758 
758 
759 
759 
759 
759 
759 
759 
759 
760 
760 
760 



BALTIMOEE 

CITY DIRECTORY 



1868-'69. 



ABBEEVIATIONS, 



n. north; s. south; e. east; w. west; st. street; ct. court; av. avenue; al. alley; la. 
lane; dw. dwelling; cor. corner; ezt. extended; rd. road; nr. near; L. P. Locust Point. 
Note: The names appearing in CAPITAL LETTERS are Subscribers. 



AAR 



ABE 



Aaron Augustus, carpenter, 106 Battery av 
Aaron Betsey, rag dealer, 44 Columbia 
Aaron Chas. F. pat'n maker, 216 Montgomery 
Aaron Geo. W., lieut. police, 147 Bank 
Aaron Geo. W., clerk, 106 Battery av 
Aaron Lewis M 44 Columbia 
Aaron Marcellus, mariner, 106 Battery av 
Aaron Marcellus, mariner, 216 Montgomery 
Aaron Sam'l, ship carpenter, 271 Light 
Aaron Wm. shoemaker, 204 Stirling 
Abaling Sam'l C, junk, 401 e Lombard 
Abanchain Geo., tailor, 200 Montgomery 
Abanchain Rudolph, shoemaker, 200 Mont- 
gomery 
Abbes J. Augusta, teacher, 163 Chesnut 
Abbes Ferdinand, cooper, Payson nr Lombard 
Abbes Francis H., collector, 177 e Pratt 
Abbes Mrs. Sarah C, 163 Chesnut 
Abbett Samuel R. 25 HoUins 
Abbot Asburj-, machinist, 280 s Charles 
Abbot Charles, 273 n Eutaw 
Abbott Alex. (Chas. H. Ross & Co.) 367 e 

Baltimore 
AbboitC. F. (Abbott & Co.) 210 Conway 
Abbott & Co (C .F. Abbott, E. A. Maull) 
com. merchants and produce, 72 s Howard 
Abbott Daniel E. carpenter, 84McElderry 
Abbott Darius W. clerk, 167 Chesnut 
Abbott Edson A. 320 n Caroline 
Abbott Edwin A. steam flour mill. City Block 

next to drawbridge, dw 113 s High 
Abbott David M. R. carpenter, 169 n Eden 
Abbott Mrs. Elizabeth, 135 Battery av 
Abbott Mrs. Elizabeth B. 13 Mulberry 
Abbott Fanny, saleswoman, 169 n Gay 
Abbott Geo. P. laborer, 18 Fountain 
Abbott Henry J. (Guiton & A.) 314 e Chase 
ABBOTT H. & SON (H. A., John S. Gilman) 
8 s. Gay 



Abbott Horace, (H. A. & Son) Baltimore co 
ABBOTT IRON COMPANY, Alex. Ervin, 
prest. C. H. Ashburner, vice prest., J. A. 
L. Morrell, treas. cor Burke and Hudson, 
Canton 
Abbott James F. 71 s Caroline 
Abbott James A. boilermaker, 228 Henrietta 
Abbott John, mariner, 182 William 
Abbott John S. laborer, 1 Quay al 
Abbott James, carpenter, 10 Gould's ct 
Abbott Mrs Julia, 566 w Baltimore 
x\bbott Maurice, clerk, 566 w Baltimore 
Abbott Samuel, laborer, 13 Armistead la 
Abbott Wm. tobacconist, 238 s. Broadway 
Abbott Wm. H. 14 Ridgely 
Abbott Wm. H. H. clerk, 238 s Brodway 
Abbott Wm. W. mariner, 279 Hanover 
Abbott Wm. M. printer, 172 n-Eden 
Abel John, tailor, 353 e Lombard 
Abel Wm. gilder,* 257 Mulberry 
Abell A. S. (A. S. A. & Co.) 83 Saratoga 
ABELL A. S. & Co. (A. S. Abell) proprie- 
tors and publishers of the Sun, Sun Iron 
Building, s e cor Baltimore and South 
Abell Charles T. printer, 185 Preston 
Abell Casper, shoemaker, 139 Henrietta 
Abell David T. printer, 59 n Pine 
Abell Edward, clerk, 127 s High 
Abell Edward M. butcher, 48 Centre and 32 

Lexington markets, dw 177 Penna. av 
Abell Mrs. Eleanor, tailoress, 10 Rock 
Abell Mrs. Eleanor, tailoress, 257 Mulberry 
Abell Franklin M. butcher, 24 Richmond mar- 
ket, dw 164 Penna. av 
Abell Garrett I. clerk, 51 s Greene 
Abell Ignatius, police, 182 s Paca 
Abell John, baker, 127 Conway 
Abell Louis, baker, 98 n Eutaw 
Abell Wm. B. tailor, 182 s Paca 



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Loughridge's MECHANICAL DIHECTOHY, 

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Abendschan Clement, carpet weaver, 232 s 

Charles 
\beudsthon Louis, shoemaker, 77 Hill 
Abendgine Henry, barber, 31^ Gerisan, dw 

76 s Eutaw 
Abendscbein Andrew, barber, 168 s Bond 
Abendschein John, provisions, 438 Canton av 
Abendshine William, cooper, 85 Plum al 
Abercrombie Mrs. Christian, 81 Chew 
\bercrombie David, (II. Taylor & Co.) 78 Chew 
Abercrombie John, (II. Taylor & Co.) 179 e 

Monument 
Abercrombie Thomas, machinist, 66 Camden 
Aberle Anthony, 794 w Baltimore 
Aberle Mrs. E. G. millinery, 794 w Baltimore 
Aberuathy J. W., Howard house 
Abey C. V. teacher, 122 s Chester 
Abey George T. hatter, 16 n Ann 
Abev Joseph C. fish dealer, 326 William 
Abey Joseph W. letter carrier, 122 s Chester 
Abey Michael H. caulker, 72 Johnson 
Abey Mrs. Sarah, fish dealer, 326 William 
Abey Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, Winan's distil- 
lery, foot of Light 
Abey Wm. A. clerk, 122 s Chester 
Abey Wm. H. grocery, 369 Light 
Abey William, tinner, 369 Light 
Abhan Chas. H. carpenter, 90 s Howard 
Abhan Charles, boxmaker, 90s Howard 
Abigail John N. carpenter, 837 w Pratt 
Aboul Conrad, 409 e Fayette 
Abraham Geo. F. plasterer, 2 Point la 
Abrahams Mrs. Benjamin, 37 Courtland 
Abrahams Eliza, 100 n Eden 
Abrahams John J.& Son, (J. J. and Wm. H. 
Abrahams, ) ship builders and screw dock, 
Thames, foot of Caroline, office 58 Philpot 
Abrahams John J. (John J. A. & Son,) Cecil co 
Abrahams Mary Ann, 96 s Caroline 
Abrahams Wm.H.(J. J.A. & Son,) 286 e Bal- 
timore 
Abrahams Woodward, (Cochran & Co.) 22 s 

Broadway 
Abrams Alex. J. marblecutter,Greenmount av 

0{)p cemetery 
Abrams Jas. K. P. carpenter, 277 Canton av 
Abrams John, carpenter, 277 Canton av 
Abrams Jacob 1). boat builder, 95 e Baltimore 
Abrams M. 340 Madison av 
Abree John, tailor, 82 s Chapel 
Abt Mrs. Christina, boarding, 242 Bank 
Abt John, moulder, 242 Bank 
Abt Michael, stevedore, 61 Prfesident 
Aburn Chas. H. clerk, 2 Thames 
Aburn Mrs. Emily A. grocery, n e cor Jefifer- 

Bon and Bethel 
Aburn John, grocery, cor Thames and Philpot 
Aburn Mrs. Mary, confectionery, 241^ Canton 

avenue 
Aburn T. Harry, bookkeeper, 130 Jefferson 
Aburn Wm. R. spar maker, 2 Thames 
Accinclli B. Joseph, clerk, Bait. St. Packet Co. 

22 n Exeter 
Achenback Henry, butcher, 14 Lexington mar- 
ket, dw 332 Penna av 
Aclvinback John H. plasterer, 3 Walsh 
Achey Charles F. (F, Achey & Son,) 132 Ger- 
man 
. Achey Frederick & Son,(F. and C. F. Achey,) 

curriers, 22 s Liberty 
Achey Frederick, (Frederick Achey & Son,) 
129 German 



Achey Thos. S. currier, 129 German 
Achsinger Frederick, laborer, 21 Burke 
Acker Peter A. shoemaker, 282 Aisquith 
Ackerman Chris. H. furniture manuf'g Co. of 

Balto., W^ashington hotel 
Ackerman Geo. sec. hand store, 63 Harrison 
Ackerman George, sawyer, 152 s Castle 
Ackerman Henry, laborer, 88 Albemarle 
Ackerman J. (A. & ]\IcDowell,) n w cor Eutaw 

and Camden 
Ackerman & McDowell, (J. Ackermau, R. R. 

McDowell, ) restaurant, cor Eutaw and Cam- 
den 
Ackerman John, cabinet maker, 42 Marion 
Ackerman John B. tailor, 100 n Dallas 
Ackerman Nicholas, clothing cutter, 81 s Chapel 
Ackert Charles, laborer, Lombard nr Lloyd 
Ackler George, shoemaker, 321 Saratoga 
Ackler Jacob B. bootmaker, 321 Saratoga 
Ackler Wm. F. confectionery, 140 Aisquith 
Acomb John W. basket maker, 2 McHenry 
Acres Sylvester, machinist, 80 Henrietta 
Adair Harry H. clerk, 49 Mt. Vernon place 
Adair John, machinist, 279 n Eutaw 
Adair Mrs. Rachel, 295 e Lombard 
Adalman Charles, grocery, 100 n Central av 
Adam Frederick E. engineer, 377 e Baltimore 
Adam Wm. blacksmith, 290 Harford av 
Adams Adaai, fruit preserver, 41 1 e Fayette 
Adams Albert, shoemaker, 33 s Wolfe 
Adams Adelaide L. boarding, 64 n Charles 
Adams Albert, shoemaker, 96 Druid Hill av 
Adams Ann M. tailoress, 2 Green's ct 
Adams & Bayne, (Wm. T. A., G. D. C. 

Bayne, ) manuf. children's shoes, over 195 

w Pratt 
Adams Benjamin F. hatter, 90 Warner 
Adams Benjamin F. 202 s Sharp 
Adams Benj. F. jr., ship carpenter 90 Warner 
Adams & Buck, ( Wm. H. A., Irving A. Buck, ) 

china, glass, &c., 337 w Baltimore and 52 

German 
Adams C. S. 143 s Paca 
Adams Caroline, 1 Abey al 
Adams Mrs. Catharine, tailoress, 103 Mullikin 
Adams Charles A. 18 s Chester 
Adams Charles H. A. boilermaker, 386 Light 
Adams Charles T. salesman, 119 n High 
Adams, Cole, Price & Co. (S. H. Adams, B. 

F. Cole, N. R. Price, J. F. Adams,) Avhols. 

clothiers, 220 w Baltimore 
Adams & Davidson, (J. B. Adams & W. T. 

Davidson,) grocers and com. merchants, 7 

Commerce. 
Adams Edward & Son, (E. and John W. 

Adams, ) grocers and produce, n e cor Hol- 

lins and Republican 
Adams Edward, (E. Adams & Son, ) 226Hollins 

ADAMS ELI, Agent for Baltimore 
of Pettee's Patent Envelopes, 
Charlton's Inks, Fluids, &c.. Ho- 
ver's Carbonized Paper, Lipman 
Manuf'g Co's Eyelet Machines, 
Stationery, &c., Temple Building, 
No. 1 n Holliday Street, n e cor 
Baltimore. 



Adams Eliza, teacher, 231 n Howard 
Adams Eliza, 54 n Bond 



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Snn Bnilding, entrance South-st. 



ADA 



19 



ADL 



J. HENR^ GIESE & CO. 
Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKN'l'S lOK 

Rosendale Cement & ?kder, 

21 SPEAE'S WHARF. 

Adams Elizabeth, 119 Mulberry 
Adam's Elizabeth D. D. 91 Saratoga 
Adams Ellen, tailoress, 119 Mulberry 
ADAMS EMELIUS, coal yard, s w cor Caro- 
line and Dock, and n w cor Central av and 
Gough, dw 369 e Baltimore 
Adams Eugene C. telegraphist, 71 n Calvert 
ADAMS' EXPRESS CO. 164 w Baltimore, and 
depot 227 and 229 s Howard, Samuel M. Shoe- 
maker, resident partner 
Adams' Express Co s Stables, North nr Saratoga 
Adams Frank, com. mch't, 70 South, dw 226 

n Charles 
Adams George C. silversmith, 148 n Pine 
Adams George F. bookkeeper, 184 Chesnut 
Adams George W. boatman. 140 Hamburg 
Adams George, gardener. Gist near Gough 
Adams George W. engineer, 208 e Pratt 
Adams George W. bricklayer, 357 s Sharp 
Adams Gertrude, saleslady, 184 Chesnut 
Adams Henrietta C. teacher, 507 w Fayette 
Adams Henry, piano maker, 194 w Fayette 
Adams Henry, laborer, 186 George 
Adams Jacob G. 180 Columbia 
Adams James B. clerk, 251 e Lombard 
Adams James L. bricklayer, 251 e Lombard 
Adams James McG. porter, 165 n Fremont 
Adams James M. engineer, 240 Madison av 
Adams James N. bricklayer, 90 Warner 
Adams John, laborer, 21s Wolfe 
Adams John, carpenter, 180 Druid Hill av 
Adams John, fruit packer, 411 e Fayette 
Adams John B. (Adams & Davidson,) 73 n 

Charles 
Adams John D. junk, 101 s Bond 
Adams Capt. John E. mariner, 291 e Fayette 
Adams John F. (S. H. & J. F. Adams, and 

A., Cole, Price k Co.) 36 Columbia 
Adams John G. plasterer, 7 Wyeth 
Adams John H. sailmaker, s e cor Block and 

West Falls av., dw 65 William 
Adams Capt. J. McH. manner, 291 e Fayette 
Adams John Q. (Carroll, A. <fe Neer, ) 67 Lee 
Adams John Q. clerk, 141 s Caroline 
Adams John W. (E. A. & Son,) 226 Hollins 
Adams Joseph clerk, 98 s Castle 
Adams Joseph, plasterer, 135 Welcome al 
Adams Maria, 91 Saratoga 
Adams Mrs. Mary, 612 w. Lombard 
Adams Mrs. Mary J. 210 w Biddle 
Adams Mrs. Miena, dyer and scourer. 194 w 

Fayette 
Adams & Moulton, (Wm. Adams, J. D. ]\[oul- 
ton, James F. Moulton, jr.,) wholesale deal- 
ers in hosiery, gloves and fancy goods, 251 
w Baltimore 
Adams Mathias, mariner, 307 Aliceanna 
Adams M. W. clerk, 114 s Caroline 
Adams Rachel A. 137 Eastern av 
Adams Robert A. mariner, 32 n Bond 
Adams Roger A. clerk, 163 w Lombard 
Adams Sidney', 194 e Fayette 
Adams Samuel, teacher, 133 Druid Hill av 



Adams S. H. & J. F. carpenters and builders, 
8 Lovely la 

Adams Mrs. Susanna, 184 Chesnut 

Adams Samuel T. (Willis & Adams,) Fred- 
erick road, Baltimore county 

Adams Samuel, watchmaker and jeweler, 20 
e Pratt 

Adams Samuel H. (S. H. & J. F. Adams, and 
A., Cole, Price & Co.) 40 Columbia 

Adams Thomas, drayman, 117 L Greene 

ADAMS T. W. Manufacturer of 
Shirts, over 184 w Baltimore, dw 
103 Gough. 

Adams Thomas, salesman, 32 n Eutaw 
Adams Thomas, watchmaker, 59. s Broadway, 

dw 20 e Pratt 
Adams Thomas, caulker, 268 s Caroline 
Adams Thomas H. 64 n Charles 
Adams Wm. H. (Adams & Buck,) 129 s Paca 
Adams Wm H. pilot, 137 Gough 
Adams Wm. watchman, 258 e Monument 
Adams Wm. (Adams & Moulton,) 309 Lex- 
ington 
Adams Wm. T. (Bayne & A.,) 106 Lee * 

Addison Mrs. Catherine A. 26 s Carey 
Addison Dennis, drayman, 150 n Dallas 
Addison Edward R. machinist, 54 s Poppleton 
Addison George M. commissioner for opening 

streets, office City Hall, dw 612 w Fayette 
Addison G. C. shoemaker, McMechin nr John 
Addison John A. bookkeeper, 75 William 
Addison John W. clel-k, 253 Hanover 
Addison John A. bookkeeper, 75 William 
Addison John W. machinist, 28 Scott 
Addison Josejih, laborer, 150 n Dallas 
Addison Joseph, shoemaker, 72 Vine 
Addison Joseph T. shoemaker, McMechin near 

John 
Addison Lewis P. clerk, 26 s Carey 
Addison Samuel S. shoe store, 230 w Pratt, 

dw 1 McMechin near John 
Addison Mrs. Sally D.'253 Hanover 
Addison Mrs. Susanna, confectionery, 684 w 

Baltimore 
Addison Theodore, engineer, 54 s Poppleton 
Addison Virginia E. teacher, 253 Hanover 
Addison Wm. E. clerk, 38 McHenry 
Addison William, carpenter, L. Church nr 

William, dw 75 William 
Addison Wm. shoemaker, 570 Lexington 
Addison Wm. Meade, attorney, 29 Lexington, 

dw 120 Cathedral 
Addison W. W. shoecutter, 684 w Baltimore 
Adelbert Albert, beer brewer, 100 Somerset 
Adelman Adam, 145 Henrietta 
Adelman Charles, boxmaker, 145 Henrietta 
Adelman Michael, shoemaker, 18 Burke, Can- 
ton 
Adelsdorf Isaac, clerk, 51 German 
Adelsdorf Joseph, clerk, 51 German 
Adjutant General's Office (Md. N. G.) room 

5, 31 n Calvert 
Adkisson & Co. (Wm. Adkisson, Richard S. 

Bowen, ) sailmakers, s w cor Light-st wharf 

and Camden 
Adkisson Dr. W. H. H. (Morfit & A.) 210 

Franklin 
Adkisson Wm. (Adkisson &Co.) 210 Franklin 
Adler Aaron, cattle, 32 Granby 



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Adler Aaron, jr. salesman, 210 s Broadway 

Adler Abraham, peddler, 51 German 

Adler Abraham, peddler, 217 w Pratt 

Adler Abram, 35 Harrison 

Adler Abram, bookkeeper, 48 s Eutavr 

Adler Adolph S. 96 e Baltimore 

Adler Alexander, dentist, 13 Lloyd 

Adler Chas. clerk, 132 s Broadway 

Adler Charles, (H. Frank & Co.) 242 Lexiag- 

ton 
Adler Henry M. foreman, and public school 

commissioner, 329 e Pratt 
Adler Joseph, property a^ent, 64 s Eden 
Adler Julius, dry goods, 210 s Broadway 
Adler Louis, cattle dealer, IGG s Regester 
Adler Louis, s.alesman, 210 s Broadway 
Adler Mannes, 16 Columbia 
Adler il. dry goods, 132 s Broadway 
Adler Michael, shoes, 242 Lexington 
Adler Philip, clerk, 51 German 
Adler Philip, 15 s Liberty 
Adler Simon, clerk, 217 w Pratt 
Adolph Henry, laborer, 9 s Monroe 
Adolph Henry, boat builder, 215 Bank 
Adolph John, laborer, 275 Canton av 
Adolph John, laborer, 9 s Monroe 
Adolph Wm puddler, 137 s Chapel 
Adreon C. C. asst. assessor, 292 Saratoga 
Adreon John T. peddler, 54 Curtis al 
ADREON, THOMAS & CO. (William Adreon, 
E. L. Thomas, Wm. T. Adreon,) auction- 
eers and commission merchants, 18 s Charles 
Adreon Col. Harrison, claim agent and attor- 
ney, 54 w Fayette, dw 110 Hanover 
Adreon Henry C. clerk at custom house, 110 

Hanover 
Adreon Lafayette, dentist, 28 n Liberty 
Adreon Stephen A. clerk, 28 n Liberty 
Adreon W^m. T. (Adreon, Thomas & Co.) 620 

Lexington 
Adreon Wm. (A., Thomas & Co.) 110 Hano- 
ver 
Adreon Mrs. Winifred, 28 n Liberty 
Adt John B. 5 s Ann 
Adt Rebecca, 319 e Baltimore 
Ady James, variety store, 159 s Sharp 
Adzel Frederick, shoemaker, 109 s Broadway 
Aegers Joseph, clerk, 177 Barre 
Aesal Joseph, laborer, cor Battery av and 

West 
Aesterle Gotleib, 142 e Lombard 
yEtna Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford Conn., 

i;3 w Second 
uEtna Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, W. B. 

Lonnsbury, manager, G n Calvert 
All'clder Max, secy. Permanent Land Co. of 

Baltimore, .310 w Lombard 
Affayroux Epaulete, (J. F. Rcinicker & Co.) 

311 e Biddle 
Affayroux Francis P. blacksmith, 190 East 
Affayroux John, carpenter, 190 East 
Aftung John, shoemaker, 223 Hanover 
Agan .Michael, laborer, 369 s Eutaw 
Agan Michael, blacksmith, 3 Holfnian near 

Walsh 
Agau Wm. laborer, 9 Be van 
Agnew James C. currier, 160 n l^ond 
Agnew Thos. J. clerk, 143 n Paca 
Agnew Thos. A. grocer, 297 w Baltimore, dw 

64 Barre 
Agnew John D. bookkeeper, 143 n Paca 
Agnew Mrs. Mary, 143 n Paca 



Agnns Felix, asst. asses&or, 40 n Strieker 
Agnus Henry, laborer, 26 President 
Ahardt John, laborer, 3 Port 
Ahart Benj. 32 William 
Ahern Mrs. Anna, 2 Griffiss ct 
Ahern Daniel, feed, Chester near Bank 
Ahern Jerenarah, laborer, 356 s Caroline 
Ahern John, brick mannfacturer, yards Can- 
ton, dw 253 n Eutaw 
Ahern John, deal, patent articles, 63 w Second, 

dw Gilmor house 
Ahern John, laborer, 294 Raborg 
Ahern J. property agent, Gilmor house 
Ahern John T. laborer, 356 s Caroline 
Ahern Wm. laborer, 2 Griffiss ct 
Ahl Henry, ship carp. Hunter al, near John 
Ahl Romeo, grocery, 447 n Gay 
Ahl William, watchman, 7 Young 
Ahlborn George, machinist, over 153 s Charles 
AhlerChristian, cigarmaker, 8 s Central av 
Ahles Daniel, cooijer, 217 n Bond 
Abies Geo. F. cigarmaker, 4 n Durham 
Ablsleger Wm. (W. D. Shurtz & Co.) 409 w 

Fayette 
Ahrends Henry, moulder, 315 e Lombard 
Abrendt Henry, moulder, 350 e Lombard 
Ahrling H. Henry, tavern, 72 Buchanan's whf 
Ahrens Adolph, (Stirling & A.,) Eutaw, near 

Townsend 
Ahrens Caroline, umbrellas, 4 Broad al 
Ahrens Mrs. Elizabeth, confec. 234 Eastern av 
Ahrens Geo. Ad. (Stirling & Ahrees, ) 26 Gar- 
den 
Ahrens Henry A. T. baker, 239 w Pratt 
Ahrens Julius, confect'r and baker, 239 w Prat4 
Ahrens John, cal)inetmaker, 234 Eastern av 
Ahrens Wm. mariner, 93 Lancaster 
Ahrens Wm. clerk, 225 e Baltimore 
Ahrens Wm. clerk, 65 Gough 
Ahring Ernst H. 114 n Central av 
Ahrrold John, cooper, 107 s Dallas 
Aichele Jacob, coal and wood, 265 s Sharp, 

and 246 Hanover, dw 264 Hanover 
Aichle Jacob, coal yard, Sharp bet Henrietta 

and Hamburg 
Aichle John, laborer, 244 Hanover 
Aidt Lewis, shoemaker, 60 Druid Hill av 
Aiken George B. (Aiken & Sharretts, ) 614 

Lexington 
Aiken Matthew K. cashier Calvert Iron & Nail 

Works Co., dw 614 Lexington 
AIKEN & SHARRETTS, (GeorgeB. A., Thad- 
• dcus S. Sharretts,) cotton brokers, 84i w 

Lombard 
Aiken Dr. Wm. E. A. prof chemistry. Uni- 
versity of Md., dw 25 Hamilton 
Ailsworth Bowen, carpenter, 2S5 a Howard 
Aires George W. carpenter, 67 s Washington 
Aires James A. engineer, 67 s Washington 
Airey Charles C. machinist, 109 s Eden 
Airey Edward H. carter, 209 Harford av 
Airey Elias, feed, 109 Penna. av 
Airey Dr. G. W. 92 Saratoga 
Airey Hiram, shoemaker, 25 Preston 
Airey James, butter, 176 Druid Hill av 
Airey Jerome, shoemaker, 127 Division 
Airey Joseph E. printer, 109 s Eden 
Airey Joseph, laborer, 127 Division 
Airey Jlrs. Louisa, 34 s Ann 
Airey Philip, driver, 3 Oxford 
Airey Tobias, blacksmith. Telegraph near Penn 
av, dw 241 w Biddle 



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Rosendale Cemi^iit & Pla^ler, 

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Airey Wm. F. clerk, 109 s Eden 
Airey Wm. F. jr. machinist, lo9 s Edeu 
Airhardt'Mrs. Margaret, 256 s Bond 
AisHng Fred, cabinet maker, 35 High al 
Aisquith Mrs. Charlotte, 507 w Fayette 
Aisqiiith Charlotte E. teacher, 507 w Fayette 
Aisquith Mrs. Marv H. 507 w Fayette 
AITCHESON JAxMES, brass founder, 74 

North, d\v 173 w Hoffman 
Aitkeu Andrew, (A. Aitkeu & Co.) 139 n Gay 
Aitken A. & Co., (A. Aitken. George R. Car- 
ter,) agents for patent medicines, &c., 1392- 

n Gay 
Aitken Mrs. Dorcas, 68 w Biddle 
Aitken James P. 139 n Gay 
Aitken Mrs. M. 139 n Gay' 
Aitken Robert, machinist, 139 n Gay 
Akehurst John, laborer, 287 Cathedral 
Akers Daniel, boiler maker, 6 Gould's la 
Akers Daniel T. boiler maker, 6 Gould's la 
AKERS EDWI^, dry goods, 138 Lexington 
Akers Edward, watchmaker, 65 s Charles 
Akers George W. engineer, 179 Hughes 
Akers Rasin F. boiler maker, 163 Hamburg 
Akers Sarah R. saleswoman, 49 Chatsworth 
Akers Wm. H. boiler maker, 35 Bevan 
Albacher John V. blacksmith, 97 Peach al 
Alband & CuUison, (C. Alband, Jesse M. Cul- 

lisou, ) grain, flour and mill feed, 4 Penn av 
Alband Chas. (A. & Cullison,) 110 n Fremont 
Albany City Fire Ins. Co. of New York, J. V. 

McNeal, agent, 57 Second 
Albars John, laborer, 418 Canton av 
Albaugh Alexander, wheelwright, 372 Saratoga 
Albaugh Mrs. Adelaide, 768 w Baltimore 
Albaugh Mrs Elizabeth, 20 Hamburg 
Albaugh Edward W. huckster, 79 Henrietta 
Albaugh Grafton, shoemaker, 123 n Eutaw 
Albaugh George, laljorer, 19 Liberty al 
Albaugh Henry C. carpenter, 355 Penn av 
Albaugh Hiram boiler maker, 232 William 
Albaugh John, (White & A.) 114 Penn av 
Albaugh Maurice, shoemaker, 22 Hill 
Albaugh Thomas, painter, 258 n Caroline 
Albaugh Wm. A. brush manufacturer, 64 s 

Sharp, dw 92 
Albaugh Wm. E. clerk, 258 n Caroline 
Alberger Adam, butcher, 89 Mullikin 
Alberger Mrs. Mary, 89 Mullikin 
Albers Albert, mariner, 278 s Bond 
Albers Anton, clerk, 95 s Sharp 
Albers Charles F. bookkeeper, 600 Lexington 
Albers Frederick, brickmaker, 178 s Wolfe 
Albers Dr. Henry, 95 s Sharp 
Albers Henry, clerk, 95 s Sharp 
Aibers Henry, brickmaker, 178 s Wolfe 
Albers Wm. tailor, 190 s Wolfe 
Albers Wm. tailor, 178 s AVolfe 
Albero Henry, carter, Belair av near Baltimore 

Cemetery 
Albert Anna M. grocery, 72 Mulberry 
ALBERT A. & H. J. paper hangings, &c. 18 

n Eutaw 



Albert Augustus, (A. & H. J. A.) 18 n Eutaw 
Albert Augustus J. (Albert & Bro.) Govans- 

town, Baltimore co. 
Albert Augustus J., Jr., (Augustus J. A., Jr. & 

Co.) Mt. Vernon Hotel 
Albert & Bro. (Augustus J. Albert and Wm. 

J. Albert, ) office 352 w Baltimore 
ALBERT AUGUSTUS J., JR. & CO. (Aug. 
J. Albert, jr., J Taylor Albert, ) imps. Shef- 
field cutlery, 352 w Baltimore 
Alljert Charles, laborer, 182 s Washington 
Albert Daniel, boot crimper, 110 Low 
Albert Francis S. (Albert & Penniman) 228 

Druid Hill av 
Albert Frank, tailor, 10 n Durham 
Albert Frederick, fancy goods, 453 w Balti- 
more 
Albert George, tailor, 164 s Bond 
Albert George, laborer, 295 s Durham 
Albert Henry, shoemaker, 10 Leadenhall 
Albert Henry, laborer, 19 Leadenhall 
Albert Henry J. (A.&H. J. A.) 197 w Fayette 
Albert Henry C. clerk, 309 Saratoga 
Albert Jacob B. clerk, 309 Saratoga 
Albert Jacob, laborer, 27 Peach al 
Alljert James, hardware, Mt. Vernon hotel 
Albert John, boot fitter, 57 Bank 
Albert John, butcher. 93 Lexington, 15 Hol- 
lins and 50 Hanover markets, dw Garrison 
la near Western Cemetery 
Albert John N. carpenter, 293 e Fayette 
Albert Joseph S. carpenter, 309 Saratoga 
Albert J. Taylor, (Aug. J. A. jr. & Co.) 64 n 

Charles 
Albert Mrs Maria E. 97 Hanover 
Albert Michael, butcher, 31 Lexington market, 

Aw Penna. av n of Northern av. 
Albert Wm. J. (Albert & Bro.) 52 Cathedral 
ALBERTI, BRINK & CO. (H. F. Alberti, H. 
A. D. Brink, Charles Delius, ) importers 
fancv goods, 348 w Baltimore 
Alberti H. F. (A., Brink & Co.) Bremen 
ALBERTSON ISAAC, proprietor Mansion 

House, n w cor Fayette and St. Paul 
ALBERTON COTTON MILLS, office 24 Ger- 
man, Jas. S. Gar}' & Son, proprietors 
Albiker John, butcher, Garrison la nr Balti- 
more 
Albitz Charles, brewery, 315 n Central av 
Albrecht Christian, carver, 212 Canton av 
Albrecht August W. paver, 292 n Central av 
Albrecht Casper, laborer, 4 Gist near Canton av 
Albrecht Charles, shoemaker, Fortav near R R 
Albrecht Charles, cooper, Pratt near Monroe 
Albrecht Edmund, barber, 147 w Madison 
Albrecht Frederick, cooper, 109 Frederick av 
Albrecht Frederick, barkeeper, 310 s Sharp 
Albrecht Frederick, laborer, 59 s Eden 
Albrecht Fred. W. barber, 147 w Madison 
Albrecht George P. carver, 142 s Bond 
Albrecht George, laborer, 286 n Central av 
All>recht Henry, cooper, 231 Frederick av 
Albrecht Jacob, cooper, 923 w Pratt 
Albrecht Jacob F. cooper, 923 w Pratt 
Albrecht Philip A. bookkeeper, 185 e Monu- 
ment 
Albrecht Timotheus, boot fitter, 22 n Eden 
Albrecht Timothy, cabinet maker, 370 s Eutaw 
Albrecht Wm. cabinet maker, 372 s Eutaw 
Albrecht Mrs. Wilhelmina, beer, 372 s Eutaw 
Albrecht Warner C. barber, 147 w Madison 
Albrecht Warner, barber, 43 Marion 



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Allireclit Will, laborer, 24 President 
Albreiuht Wm. laborer, 63 Aliceanua 
Albriofht August, drayman, 120 Henrietta 
AUiright, Frederick L. brass finisher, 342 Co- 

lumliia 
Albright John, blacksmith, 5 Ridgelv 
Albrisht Hv. G. coppersmith, 30 s Schroeder 
Albright Jesse P. sr. 132 s Paca 
Albritiht Jesse P. bricklayer, 142 Columbia 
Allirigbt John, blacksmith, 52 Portland 
Albugh Mrs. Adelaide, 768 w Baltimore 
Akock Frederick K. 293 w Biddle 
Alcock Wm. H. D. bookkeeper, 293 w Biddle 
Alcock Wm. E. (Spiller & A.) 267 n Eutaw 
Alcock Wm. C. agt. Howard Ilouse 
Alcock Wm. C. clerk, 293 w Biddle 
Alden Mary Ann, 219 e Baltimore 
Alderson George D. clerk, 70 n Calvert 
Aldridge Andrew, sr. 124 n Charles 
ALDRIDGE & BREWER, (George Brewer,) 

dry goods, com. merchants, 5 German 
Aldridge Mrs. Barbara, 941 w Baltimore 
Aldridge George W. carpenter, 78 Warner 
Aldridge Dr. John H. 124 n Charles 
Aldridge John, brakesman, 83 McHenrj 
Aldridge Mrs. Sarah, 228 Aisquith 
Aldridge Wm. T. conductor, 33 Scott 
Aleman Daniel, laborer, 1 Garrison la 
Aler Mrs. Anna J. 79 Hollins 
Aler John, machinist, 9 s Oregon 
Aler Jeremiah, finisher, 47 s RepuVilicaii 
Aler John T. pumpmaker, 103 Mulberry 
Aler John T. iron moulder, 6 Lemmon 
Aler John, 82 n Eutaw 

Aler John W. clerk B. & 0. R. R. 82 n Eutaw 
Aler Reuben J. clerk, 119 w Riddle 
Aler Washington Z. clerk, 103 Mulberry 
Aler ^Vm. H. sr. laborer, 6 Lemmon 
Ale.xander Benjamin, tailor, 131 Montgomery 
ALEXAxVDER CHARLES, grocer, 73 Hill, 

dw 192 Hanover 
Alexander Elijah, fisherman, 163 William 
Alexander James, merchant tailor, n e cor 

Lexington and Greene, dw 403 w Fayette 
Alexander James R. butcher, Point la near 

Aisquith 
ALEXANDER JULIEN L attorney, n e cor 
Charles and Lexington, dw 272 Lexington 
Alexander Julia, 131 Montgomery 
Alexander Mrs. John H. 272 Lexington 
Alexander Mrs. Margaret 11. dressmaker, s e 

cur Charles and Pleasant 
Alexander Myer, tobacconist, 242 w Pratt 
Alexander Mary F. 161 Eastern av 
Alexander Nathan, laborer, 15 s Oregon 
Alexander Thomas, (Mercer & A.) 43 s Wash- 
ington 
Alexander Richard, wood corder, 77 s Sharp 
Alexander Wm. treas, Georges Creek Coal and 

Iron Co. 19 South, dw Eutaw Ilouse 
ALEXANDER WM. attorney and solicitor in 

equity, 41 Lexington, dw 117 e Ballimore 
Aiford Charles H. clerk, 18 Jackstm sq av 
Aiford George C. (J. E. A. k Co.) 132 s High 
Aiford Henry, laborer, rear 217 s Ann 
ALI'ORD JAMES E. insurance agt. 26j Sec- 
ond, dw 132 s High 
Aiford James 11. clerk, 132 s High 
Aiford James E. & Son, (J. E. & G.C. Aiford,) 

insurance brokers, 26j Second 
AHord Sam'l M. clerk, 132 s High 
Aiford, Jas. E. (J. E. A. k Sons,) 132 s High 



Alger Wm. laborer, 41 w Lombard 

Algie James, paper blockraaker, 86 n Caroline 

Algier Mrs. Harriet, 100 Lexington 

Alheit Frederick, shoemaker, 149 e Fayette 

Alice Jlrs. Lizzie, tailoress, 73 Hamburg 

Allaman Charles, cigar maker, 38 Portland 

Allambart Herman, coppersmith, 102 n Gay 

Allan Charles H. printer, 199 e Biddle 

Allard Albert A. tinner, 163 Ensor 

Allard Edward C. carpenter, 242 e Monument 

Allard Edward C. carjjenter, 335 n Gay 

Allard John, tailor, 4 Raborg 

Allard Joseph, carpenter, 300 Aisquith 

Allard Mary L. millinery, 156 s Paca 

Allard Thomas B. provisions and produce, 

156s Paca 
Allard Wm. carpenter, 346 n Gay 
Allard Wm. H. stone cutter, 69 Somerset 
Allderdice John, carpenter, 234 Montgomery 
Allehs Frederick, laborer, 43 Barnes 
Allemand Charles, travelling agt. 46 w Biddle 
Allen Alexander, (A. & Upton,) 204 Aisquith 
Allen Amelia, 38 n Schroeder 
Allen Benjamin, shoemaker, 209 s Charles 
Allen Benjamin, laliorer, 114 Dugan's whf 
Allen Byron, salesman, 360 Aisquith 
Allen Mrs. Catherine, 158 Division 
Allen Mrs. Catherine, trimmings, 209 s Charles 
Allen Catherine, milliner, 38 n Schroeder 
Allen Charles, conductor, 155 Cross 
Allen Charles, conductor, 86 s Caroline 
Allen Charles, cooper, 206 Chesnut 
Allen Charles M. clerk, 100 Lexington 
Allen Daniel K. 119 s Washington 
Allen Edward F. canmaker, 61 Holland 
Allen George S. 299 e Biddle 
Allen GA. W. baker, 282 e Pratt 
Allen George W. baker, 335 e Lombard 
Allen Geralbus S. driver, 108 Walsh 
Allen Geo. W. painter, 10 George 
Allen Henry A. prof, of music, n e cor Eutaw 

place and McJIechin 
Allen Henry, (Timson & A.) 37 n Front 
Allen Henry L. baker, 37 n Caroline 
Allen Henry, Janitor U. S. Court house, dw 

1 n Ann 
Allen Isaac, jr. caulker, 52 Cross 
Allen Isaac, watchman, 56 Cross 
Allen James, clerk, 195 s Paca 
Allen James J. machinist, 204 Aisquith 
Allen James J- clerk, 202 Aisquith 
Allen James, Sun office, 68 Lee 
Allen James, paper carrier, 61 Holland 
Allen James W. cooper, 339 w Lombard ~ 
Allen John, mariner, 359 Canton av 
Allen John, laborer, 141 West 
Allen John W. blacksmith, 57 Perry 
Allen John R. machinist, 164 n Fremont 
Allen (Japt. John E. mariner, 349 e Baltimore 
Allen John, coojier, 133 L. Greene 
Allen John, i)uddler, 27 Burke 
Allen John, sand dealer, 180 s Castle 
Allen John W. clerk, Howard house 
Allen Joscjih H. clerk, 265 e Baltimore 
Allen Lewis F. carpenter, 294 Franklin 
Allen Luther W. P. clerk, 84 n Poppleton 
Allen Mrs. Laura, 415 n Central av 
Allen Martha, dressmaker. ,'!8 n Schroeder 
Allen Mrs. M:iry, seamstress, 17 Greenmountav 
Allen Mrs. Maria, 31 ALsquifh 
Allen Mrs. Mary S. A. 43 n Carey 
Allen Peter, shoemaker, 296 w Pratt 



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Allen Mrs. Rebecca, 560 Lexington 
Allen Reuben G. tinner, 61 Holland 
Allen Rhodes G. sign painter, 68 s Carey 
Allen Robert J. bricklayer, 145 w Fayette 
Allen Mrs. Robert W. 66 w Centre 
Allen Reuben, tinner, 61 Holland 
Allen Richard, huckster, 141 s Fremont 
Allen Solomon, carpenter, 98 Lee 
Allen N. Sarah 187 s Paca 
Allen Sarah, second hand clothing, 2*70 8 Bond 
Allen Thomas F. police, 341 s Sharp 
Allen Thomas, machinist, 187 s Paca 
Allen & Upton, (A. Allen, B. Upton,) steam 
furniture works, 13 and 15 Granby, and 
lumber yard, 56 West Falls av 
Allen Wm. carpenter, 187 s Paca 
Allen Wm. carpenter, 505 Saratoga 
Allen Wm. H. ^chitect and builder, n e cor 
Caroline and Union al. dw 265 e Baltimore 
Allen W. D. clerk, Adams' Express, 10 George 
Allen William H. shoemaker, 339 s Sharp 
Allen William, vinegar, Chesnut al near Ogs- 

ton, dw 237 Franklin 
Allen Wm. laborer, 286 Harford av 
Allen Wm. B. gunsmith, 225 n Eden 
Allen William, 139 Pierce 
Allen Wm. ship carpenter, 37 Cross 
Allen Wm. M. jr. bookkeeper, 24 s Stridccr 
Allen Wm. A. agent Union Mutual Life Insu- 
rance Co. of Maine, 12 South 
Allen Wm. M. brick manufr. 24 s Strieker 
Allen Wm. clerk, 6 German 
Allenbaugh John, clerk, 49 Milliman 
AUenbaugh Charles T. plumber, 145 Penn ar 
Allenbaugh Geo. W. plasterer, 52 Boyd 
Allenbaugh Wm H. shoemaker, 499 Saratoga 
Allenmand Charles, traveling agent, 46 w 

Biddle 
AUers Diedrich H. feed 140 s Eutaw 
Allers Frank, glassblower, 3 Henry 
Allers Harman E. drover, 404 s Charles 
Allers John A. brick manufacturer, near Ferry 

bar, dw 532 w Fayette 
Allers Mrs. Virginia, 532 w Fayette 
Allewelt John Q. com. mer. 108 e Monument 
Allison Mrs. Ann, 65 s Eden 
Allison James S. deputy clerk Superior Court, 

Starr hotel, 100 n Front 
Allison Philip S. bookkeeper, 209 e Pratt 
Allison Richard T. clerk Supreme bench, dw 

Baltimore co. 
Allison Robert H. clerk, 65 s Eden 
Allison Wm. carpenter, 3 Fremont nr Pennav 
Allman John, blacksmith, 13 Mott 
Allman John, porter, 41 Marion 
Allman Wm. carpenter, 13 Mott 
Allmand John O'G. (Allmand & Williams,) 

84 Cathedral 
ALLMAND & -WILLIAMS, (John O'G. A., 
J. S. Williams,) general insurance agents, 
79 Second. [Seep. 15 Advertisements.'] 
Allmendenger Chris, cabinetmaker 89 e Lom- 
bard 



Allmack George W. blacksmith, 317 Mulberry 
Allmoney Mordecai, carpenter, McElderry nr 

Broadway 
Allmoney Mordecai, carpenter, 2 Mott 
Allnutt Edmund S. clerk, 198 w Biddle 
Allnutt G. R. W. clerk, 121 McCulloh 
Allnutt Thomas A. clerk, 100 Lee 
Alloway George N. clerk P. 0. 112 Hillen 
Alloway Mrs. Martha, 112 Hillen 
Alluisi Salvator, figure and model maker, 202 

n Chesnut 
Allwell Stephen D ropemaker, 94 Mullikin 
Allwell Stephen S. tinner 94 Mullikin 
Allwell Wm. J. bricklayer, 87 Jackson sq av 
Almeida Dr. Wm. H. 156 w Biddle 
Alman John, 82 Cathedral 
Alnutt James W. prest. Bank of Commerce, 

177 Saratoga 
Alpsteg Jacob, cooper, 158 s Spring 
Alricks F. W. 61 Courtland 
Alston Willis, student, 164 w Lombard 
Alls William, shoemaker, 14 n Schroeder 
Allston J. Blyth, attorney, 32 Law Buildings, 

dw 47 n Eutaw 
Alt Casper, broommaker, n w cor Forrest and 

Low 
Alt Conrad, watchman, 175 s Regester 
Alt John, shoemaker, 178 Lemmon al 
Alt John, shoemaker, 95 Pierce 
Alt & Foy, (Peter Alt, Geo. W. Foy,) oyster 

packers, 5 Mercer 
Alt John, tailor, 183 s Regester 
Alt John, ( Alt & Foy, ) 1 14 n High 
Alt Mary, boarding, 114 n High 
Alt Peter, (A. & Foy,) 114 n High 
Altevogt Wm. laborer, 277 s Ann 
Altevogt Catherine, 277 s Ann 
Altevogt Frederick, beer, cor Third av and 

Trappe road 
Altevogt Frederick, (Baier & A.) cor Third 

and Trappe road 
Altevogt Xenophcn, laborer, 122 s Durham 
Althouse Geo. W. com. merch. 24 w Pratt 

dw 68 Conway 
Altin J. W., Eutaw house 
Altpeter George, lager beer, 6 Calverton road 
Altman B. dry goods, 154 s Broadway 
Altmyer Sinjon, 149 e Lombard 
Alton Lewis, carpenter, 541 e Fayette 
Altrieth Christian, laborer, 109 West 
Altvater Charles A. stonecutter, 40 w Bait. 
Altvater Charles, confectionery, 38 McElderry 
Altvater Harriet, 67 n Exeter 
Altvater Henry, potter, 217 s Ann 
Alvater Jacob, saloon, 164 Pearl 
Alvater John, liquors, 112 Eastern av 
Alvater Lewis, shoemaker, 331 n Gay 
Alvater Wm. carpenter, 46 n Eden 
Alvater Wm, F. carpenter, 123 s Exeter 
Altvather Conrad H. tailor, cor Burke and 

Aliceanna 
Altvather Conrad H.'jr. bill poster, 2 Pleas- 
ant al 
Alvather John C. bill poster, cor Burke and 

Aliceanna 
Alvey John F. & Co., (J. F. Alvey, J. C.Wil- 
liams, R. G. Harper,) wholesale dry goods, 

2 Hanover 
Alvey J. F., Eutaw house 
Alvey John F., (J. F. Alvey & Co.,) 14 n 

Eutaw 
Amalt Mrs. Frances, laundress, 70 Jasper 



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Amalt Michael, brewer, 14 Jasper 
Aman Michael, laborer, 105 s Chapel 
Ambach David, (B. Burgunder & Co.,) 148 w 

Lombard 
Ambach Simon, porter, 163 n Gay 
Ambercrombie & Co., (Wm. H. A., William 
Duncan,) icecream, 340 n Eutaw and 551 
w Fayette 
Ambercrombie Wm. H., (A. & Co.,) 551 w 

Fayette 
Amb'rien George, laborer, 212 s Durham 
Ambrose Mrs. Annie, teacher, 301 William 
Ambrose W. R., painter, 2 and 4 n Greene, 

dw 166 Scott 
Amelang Andrew, beer, 263 e Lombard 
Amelang August, mer. tailor, 2 n Caroline 
AmeluQg Frederick, tobacconist, 7 e Monu- 
ment, dw 38 Liberty al 
Amend George, clerk, 53 s Liberty 
Amend Joseph, junk, 183 s Eden 
Amend John, laborer, 89 Johnson 
Amend John, laborer, 16 Baker 
Ameug Adolph, 634 w Fayette 
Ament Andrew, shoes, 191 Eastern av 
Anient Lewis, wheelwright, 97 s Wolfe 
Ament Valentine, shoemaker, 12 Spruce al 
Amer Martin, laborer, 201 Montgomery 
Amer Martin, laborer, 114 West 
Amerhein Geo., carpenter, 231 s Bond 
American Fire Insurance Co. of Baltimore, 6 

South, Jas. L. Armstrong, pres't 
American Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia, 

agency, 9 North 
AMERICAN FARMER, Worthington & Lewis, 

publishers, o^'er 4 South 
American Improved Gas Light Co , 16^ South 
American Tea Co., Bamberger & Bros, props. 

164 Lexington 
American Tontine Life and Savings Insurance 

Co. of N. York, 57 Second 
Americus Hall, cor Preston and Morris al 
Amersbach Leonard, tailor, 254 e Eager 
Ames Brothers, (Daniel R., Frank A. & Wm. 
Ames, ) dealers in fancy goods, 98 Lexington 
Ames Daniel R. (Ames Bros.) 705 Lexington 
Ames Edward, tailor, 56 Tyson 
Ames Emerson, P. 0. address Box 179, dw 

Baltimore co 
Ames Frank A. (Ames Bros.) 100 Saratoga 
Ames George, (Tucker, Smith & Co.) 40 Lex- 
ington 
Ames Wm. (Ames & Bros.) 100 Saratoga 
Amey George, moulder, 108 Ramsay 
Amey Jos. II., bricklayer, 139 Mulberry 
Amey Joseph 11. bricklayer, 1 n Greene 
Amey Philip C. cooper, 66 Battery av 
Amey Wm. E. fisherman, 144 Battery av 
Amey Wm. fi.sherman, 144 Battery av 
Amey Wm. bricklayer, 108 Ramsay 
Ameyer Dietrich, laborer, 9 Henry 
Amich James II . wagoner, 1 08 Ramsay 
Amich Wm. ropemaker, 8 Wilcox 
Amlung August, l)aker, 24 Jasper 
Amniel Philip, l)00lcrimpcr, over 43 Harrison 
Ammer Andrew, laborer, 5 Smith al 
Ammer George, currier, 2 Broadway ct 
Ammer Jacob, tanner, 9 L Gough 
Ammer Jacob, tanner, 61 Buren 
Ammidon, Crombic & Co. (J. P. Ammidon, 
A. I). Oombie, D. D. (!ronihic) kerosene 
oil and lamps, 60 German and 347J w Bal- 
timore 



Ammidon John P. (A., Crombie & Co.) 263 

Linden av 
Amon Matthew, lager beer, 73 Harrison 
Amos Jlrs. Ann M., Orleans betw Broadway 

and Ann 
Amos Benj'n F. tobacconist, 176.|e Baltimore, 

dw 95 n Central av 
Amos Charles L. clerk, 325 Druid Hill av 
Amos Elizabeth, 202 Canton av 
Amos Fred'k A. bricklayer, 325 Druid Hillav 
Amos James H. huckster, 305 n Eutaw 
Amos James E. deputy sheriff, 324 e Chase 
Amos Rev. John E. 249 n Caroline 
Amos J. Jarrett, salesman, 172 Saratoga 
Amos John H. bricklayer, s e cor Walsh and 

Mosher 
Amos Mrs. Joseph L. 24 Preston 
Amos Lydia, 305 n Eutaw 
Amos Rebecca, fancy store, 128 n High,dw 187 
Amoss Charles F. clerk, 49 Hanover 
Amoss George R. 230 n Charles 
Amoss Wm. cari>enter, 49 Hanover 
Amrhein Casper, cabinetmaker, s w cor Can- 
ton av and Bond 
Amrhein Christoff, baker, cor Gist and Canton 

avenue 
Amrhein Joseph, cabinetmakft*, 264 Eastern av 
Amrhein, Mrs. Louisa, grocery, 33 Hampstead 
Amrheim Geo. furniture wagoner, 121 Stirling 
Amspaugh J. A., Howard house 
Amster Henry, cigarmaker, 20 Albemarle 
Anderfuhren Ab'hm, wood turner, 63 Raborg 
Anderfuhren Christopher, carp'r, 42 Raborg 
Anderfuhren Edward, shoemaker, 54 Park 
Anderpier Mrs. Ellen, 114 York 
Anders Wm. cardriver, 20 Greenwillow 
Andei'Son Adna, engineer, 260 Hollins 
Anderson Agnes, seminary, 385 n Gay 
Anderson Andrew, mariner, 249 s Wolfe 
Anderson Andrew, reporter, 82 Camden 
Anderson Mrs. Anna, 85 s Caroline 
Anderson Mrs. Ann, 788 w Baltimore 
Anderson Mrs. Ann, 137 Ensor 
Anderson Benj'n F. tobacconist, 130 s Wash- 
ington 
ANDERSON BROTHERS, (T.D. Anderson,) 
importers hardware, n w cor Light and Pratt 
Anderson Benj. F. tobacconist, 319 e Lombard 
Anderson Chancy, carpenter, 35 Chatsworth 
Anderson Charles, blacksmith, cor King and 

Greene, dw 233 Franklin 
Anderson Mrs. Charlotte, 88 Hollins 
Anderson Clifford C. gen. com. merch't, 88 

Spear's wharf, dw 35 w Eager 
Anderson Daniel, carpenter, 50 s Durham 
Anderson David, horse shoer, 102 German, dw 

94 n Pine 
Anderson David, clerk, 32 n Gay 
Anderson Edward, carpenter, 18 Carlton 
Anderson Edward H. (Hopkins, A, & Co.) 87 

s Sharp 
Anderson Elizabeth, produce, 29 Hanover mar- 
ket, dw 116 York 
Anderson Elizabeth, dressmaker, 100 e Madison 
Anderson Mrs. Elizabeth, 144 William 
Anderson Ephraim F., U. S. ajjpraiser, 530 

Lexington 
Anderson Fanny, 51 Burke, Canton 
Anderson Frederick T. printer, 85 n Exeter 
Anderson George, plasterer, 89 w Fayette 
Anderson George F., (Seevers & Anderson,) 
640 Lexington 



J. HENRY GIESE & CO., Flour, Grain, Seeds, &e. 



Sun Building, entrance South-st. 



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Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOKNl'S FOR 

Roseiidale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S \^HARF. 



Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 

wharf 
Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 



George W. machinist, 301 s Paca 
Henrietta, dressmaker, 148 Vine 
Henry, 9^ n Entavv 
Herbert W. clerk, 183 n Calvert 
Hugh, painter, over 115 McEIderry 

Capt. Isaac J. 196 n Broadway 
Mrs. Isabella, laundress, 73 Eisiein 
James, engineer, 110 Battery av 



ANDERSON JAMES M. & SON, 
(James M. Anderson, W. S. 
Anderson,) Engravers, Plate 
Printers and Stationers, and Deal- 
ers in Fancy Goods, 148 W. Bal- 
timore. 



Anderson J. D. furniture, 10 and 12 Second, 

d\v 210 Linden av 
Anderson James M. (J. M. Anderson & Son,) 

183 n Calvert 
Anderson James, cooper, 347 s Sharp 
Anderson James, com. merchant, 70 Exchange 

place, dw 159 w Lombard 
Anderson James G. currier, 12 Penn 
Anderson J. N. & Co. (J. N. Anderson,) gen. 

com. merchants, 70 Exchange place 
Anderson J. N. (J. N. A. & Co.) 159 w Lom- 
bard 
Anderson James, stables, 22 Garden 
Anderson James, (Scalley ^ A.) 224 e Pratt 
Anderson James K. horse dealer, 94 n Pine 
Anderson Jeanetta, nurse, 65 Forrest 
Anderson Jesse N. plasterer, 220 Saratoga 
Anderson John W. blacksmith, n e cor Co- 
lumbia and Scott 
Anderson John, grainer, 88 Hollins 
Anderson J. W. clerk, 163 Hanover 
Anderson John W. (R. L. Seth & Co.) 160 

Hanover 
Anderson John, grocery, 30 Druid Hill av 
Anderson John, hackman, 141 w Madison 
Anderson John, messenger, 64 Hampstead 
Anderson .John, mariner, 23 Thames 
Anderson John, shoemaker, 1 n Poppleton 
Anderson John G. carpenter, 359 Saratoga 
Anderson J. W. grocer, s w cor Gay and For- 
rest, d\v 197 Aisquith 
Anderson Jose[)h, cigarmaker, 180s Broadway 
Anderson Joshua, carpenter, 47 George 
Anderson Julius H. clerk, 142 n Charles 
Anderson Mrs. Laura, 181 Mulberry. 
Anderson Mrs. Leah J. 41 I>ee 
Anderson L. T. photographist, 472 w Balti- 
more, tind prop, billiard saloon, Franklin 
building, dw 41 Lee 
Anderson Mrs. Mary, millinery, 160 Hanover 
Anderson Mrs. Mary, 18 Carlton 
Anderson Jlrs. M. J. 37 Courtland 



Anderson Nathaniel V. messenger, 23 Thames 
Anderson Oliver, mariner, 288 Aliceanna 
Anderson Oliver, shipsmith, 254 s Ann 
Anderson Richard, cooper, 10 Abey al 
Anderson Robt S. clerk, 29 Pleasant 
Anderson Mrs. Robina, 19 New 
Anderson Mrs. Sarah, 163 Hanover 
Anderson S. E. clerk, Three Tuns hotel 
Anderson Samuel, fireman, 110 Battery av 
Anderson Thos. jr. carpenter, 168 e Lombard 
Anderson Thos. laborer, 314 Raborg 
Anderson Thomas D. (Anderson Bros.) 233 

Druid Hill av 
Anderson Thomas, carpenter, 168 e Lombard 
Anderson Thos. J. caulker, 116 Hughes 
Anderson Walter, laborer, 160 Greenraount av 
Anderson W. S. (James M. Anderson & Son,) 

183 n Calvert 
Anderson Wm. shoemaker, 58 Davis 
Anderson AVm. F. 30 s Calvert 
Anderson Wm. H. painter, 3 n Sharp, dw358 

Lexington 
Anderson Wm. F. clerk, 42 n High 
Anderson Wm. painter, 180 Chesnut 



ANDViESON WM. H. H., Attorney 
at Law, 28 n. Calvert st , dw. Fre- 
mont St. 2d door south of Mosher 

ANDRE CHRISTOPHER H. house and sign 

painter, 308 Light 
Andre Hannah, lager beer, 308 Light 
Andre Dr. J. Ridgway, 121 e Baltimore 
Andre Peter C. Madison av, terminus City 

Passenger railroad 
Andrea Gotleib F. grocery, 36 Bank 
Andrea Theodore, brass finisher, 65 Perry 
Andrea W^m. provisions, 202 s Eutaw 
Andrew Chas. (C. Andrew & Co.) 118 s High 
Andrew Charles & Co. (C. Andrew, S. E. 
Eichelberger,) public weighers, 5 Spear's 
wharf 
Andre — , woodsawyer, rear 108 Lancaster 
Andrews B. F. sign painter, 266 w Pratt, dw 

20 Garden 
ANDREWS k CO. (J. W. Andrews, I. P. 
Burgess,) ship brokers and genl. com. mer- 
chants, 73 Smith's wharf 
Andrews Chas. H. gunsmith, 337 Eastern av 
Andrews David S. laborer, 144 McHeury 
Andrews Elizabeth, dressmaker, 92 n Greene 
Andrews Mrs. Elizabeth, 331 Canton av 
Andrews Frederick, laborer, 210 Battery av 
Andrews Col. George, U. S. A. 33 Hamilton 
Andrews Geo. W. (A. cj- Thompson,) 237 n 

Eutaw 
Andrews Hanson C. 608 w Pratt 
Andrews Henry, shoemaker, 206 s Bethel' 
Andrews Hercules R. W. 66 Barre 
Andrews James B. agent Bait, and Savannah 

Steamship Co. Fremont nr Townsend 
Andrews James, blacksmith, 240 Hollins 
Andrews Joseph W. (Andrews & Co.) Fre- 
mont nr Townsend 
Andrews John J. hacks, Druid Hill av ext 
Andrews John H. machinist, 55 s High 
Andj-ews John, shoemaker, 220 s Sharp 
Andrews Josephine M. n w cor High and Bal- 
timore 
Andrews Mrs. Margaret, laundress, 176 s Wolfe 
Andrews Mrs. Mary, 23 Holland 



Agents for EosendBle Cement and Plaster, 21 Spear's Wharf. 



Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., Newark, N". J. 



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Andrews JIartha, cor Liberty road and Gilmor 
Andrews Matthew, mariner, 273 Hanover 
Andrews Ringgold, miller, 249 e Lombard 
Andrews Robert, sr. hack stables, L. Monu- 
ment, dw Druid Hill av, extended 
Andrews Robert, conductor 8 Townsend 
ANDREWS R. SNOWDEN, architect and real 
estate agent, 8 Carroll hall, 1 s Calvert, dw 
184 n Calvert 
Andrews Samuel K. brass moulder, 6 Bolton 
Andrews Thomas B. gunsmith, 249 e Lom- 
bard 
ANDREWS & THOMPSON, (G. W. An- 
drews W. S. Thompson,) druggists and 
chemists. 5 w Baltimore 
Andrews Wm. tavern, 1 n Paca, dw Anne 

Arundel co 
Andrews Wm. A. painter, 3 Brune 
Anfang John, laborer, 330 Canton av 
Angel John T. stonecutter, 17 Hollins 
Anger Charles, carpenter, 10 McClellan al 
Anger Joseph, shoemaker, 251 e Chase 
Angermejer John, lithographer, s w cor Mo- 

sher and Fremont 
Angers Philip, tailor, 12 s Durham 
Anglim James, (Joseph Neal & Co.) 90 Mul- 
berry 
Anholt Adam, cooper, 12 Brown 
Anker Michael, shoemaker, 261 Aisquith 
Anker Francis, paver, 261 Aisquith 
Anker John, barber, 261 Aisquith 
Annan Isaac S. (Nevin & A.) Western hotel 
Annan Roberdeau, clerk, 367 w Lombard 
Auneu John, paver, 147 Stirling 
Annwander Rev. Thos. 101 Saratoga 
Annsley Amanda, 11 Humes 
Anschutz Henry, porter, 7 Watson 
Anschutz Albert, upholsterer, 7 Watson 
Anschutz ValentinQ, laborer, 128 s Ann 
Anshutz Charles, locksmith, 212 Canton av 
Aushutz Mrs. Eliza, 6 Swan 
xVnshuiz John F. laborer, 2 President 
Anshutz John, laborer, 305 e Lombard 
Anthony David J. mariner, 74 s Eden 
Anthony Edwin, fisherman, Wesi e of Light 
Anthony Francis, mariner. West e of Light 
Anthony G. W. edge tool grinder, 21 n Eden 
Anthony Henry A. (John D. Hammond & Co.) 

1C8 Penna. av 
Anthony John, 74 s Eden 
Anthony Caspar D. mariner, Choptank nr Pratt 
Anthony Mrs. Mary C. 351 e Eager 
Anthony Wm. carpenter, 18 Somerset 
Anton Hidlicka, baker, 259 s Ann 
Anton Htnry, cooper, 336 e Lombard 
Anton Henry, tailor, 216 e Eager 
Antony Michael, shoemaker, 104 St. Mary 
Anzamann Joseph A. A. police, 22 Chatsworth 
Anzamann Joseph, bootmaker, 173 German 
Anzniann Anthony, notions, 227 Lexington 
Apal John, shoemaker, 154 Raborg 
Ape! Adolph, tailor, 159 e Pratt - 
Aphcl Catherine, .seamstress, 4 Hall's al 
Apling Charles, laborer, 17 Walnut al 
APi'EAL TAX COURT, City Hall, North opp 

Lexington 
Ai)pel Conrad, tailor, 291 Eastern av 
Appcl Edward, tailor, 29 n Dall;is 
Appcl Frederick, mariner, 319 Canton av 
Appel Frederick, laborer, 228 s Castle 
Appel George, butcher, 33 Hanover market, 
dw Frederick road 



Appel George, laborer, 270 Eastern av 
Appel Henry, restaurant, 147 Camden 
Appel Henry, laborer, 32 Leadenhall 
Appel Henry, laborer, 5 Bran nan ct 
\ppel Henry L ropemaker, 23 McKim 
Appel John, shoemaker, rear 73 Hanover 
Appel John, shoemaker, 71^ Hanover 
Appel John, tailor, 82 Cambridge 
Appel Martin, tailor, 66 Mullikin 
Appel Wm. news agent, 16 e Lombard 
Appell Charles, shoemaker, 270 Eastern av 
Appell John, tailor, 83 s Regester 
Appell Christian, cabinet maker, 30 Pearl 
Appell Nicholas, tailor, 83 s Regester 
Apple John, mariner, 307 Aliceanna 
Apple Frederick, laborer, 188 s Caroline 
Apple Henry, tailor, 271 Franklin 
Appleby Andrew J. printer, 168 n Eden 
Appleby Edward H. pat'n maker, 304 nEutaw 
Appleby John P. 32 Laurel 
Applegarth Alexander, commission merchant, 

1 Bowly's whf, dw 153 S.aratoga 
Applegarth Mrs. Comfort, 48 Fawn 
Applegarth Henry C. clerk, 170 s Howard 
Applegarth John A. grocer, ship chandler and 
commission merchant, 109 Smith's whf, dw 
42 Aisquith 
Applegarth Mrs. J. A. paints, oil, &c., 194 e 

Baltimore, dw 42 Aisquith 

Applegarth Capt. Lawson J. (L. J. A.& Co.) 

and ship builder, foot of Cross, dw 28 Fawn 

Applegarth Lawson J. & Co. (L.J. A., Thos. 

R. Cook, Henry Hubbard, ) paints and oil, 

foot of Cross 

Applegarth Nathaniel J. ship broker, over 4 

Bowly's whf, dw 153 Saratoga 
Applegarth Nathaniel, 48 Fawn 
Applegarth Robert H. sr., cigar maker, 285 

Hanover 
Applegarth Robert H. jr., cigar maker, 285 

Hanover 
Applegarth Robert H. plumber, 170 s How- 
ard 
APPLEGARTH RUFUS W. attorney, 40 St. 

Paul, dw 153 Saratoga 
Applegarth Mrs. Sarah, 54 Fawn 
Ajjplegarth Thomas J. stevedore, 3 Duncan al 
Applegarth Thomas M. clerk, 12 s High 
Applegarth Wm. mariner, 172 Gough 
Applegarth Capt.Wm. & Son, (Capt. Wm. Ap- 
plegarth) shipjbrokers and commission mer- 
chants, 37 w Pratt, cor Buchanan's whf 
Applegarth Capt. Wm. (Capt. Wm. Apple- 
garth &Son) 12s High 
Ai)plegarth Wm. J. clerk, 48 Fawn 
Apjjler Orlando M. paper hanger, 16 s Pop- 
ple ton 
APPOLD ANDREW, bark mills, s e cor Car- 
oline and McEhlerrv, dw Bahimore co 
APPOLD GEORGE & SONS, (G. J. and Sam'l 
Appold) hide and leather dealers, 8 and 10 
Water, tannery North nr Madison 
Appold George A. clerk, Northern av between 

Belair and Harford avs 
Appold George J. (George A. & Sons and 

Moore, Larrabee ^ Co.) 62 Franklin 
Ap[)ol(l Sam'l (Geo. A. & Sons and Moore, 

Larrabee & Co.) 214 n Calvert 
Api)old Samuel, engineer, 93 McElderry 
Ai)polil Theodore R. commission merchant, 

174 n Eutaw 
Appold Wm. H. 214 n Calvert 



The GEOVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE is the 



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Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGENTS FOR 

Roseiidale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARr. 

APPRAISER'S OFFICE, cor Gay and Lom- 
bard 
Apy Jacob, carter, 248 Franklin 
Arant Rev. Charles, 101 Saratoga 
Arata Mrs. K. 350 e Lombard 
ARBEITER HALL AND WORKING MEN'S 
UNION, 5 s Frederick, Henry Kolle, pres't 
Arbeiter Hall, 260 e Eager 
Arbin Henry J. butcher, 19 Hanover, 82 Cen- 
tre and 25 Belair markets, dw Jenkins la, 
nr Aisqiiith 
Arbuckle Jas. H. salesman, 210 w Baltimore 
Arcana Lod^e 110 (Masonic) 3 s Carey 
Arch Wm. laborer, 176 Burgundy al 
ARCHER & SAVIN, (Wm. H. Archer, F. A. 

Savin) bankers and brokers, 30 Second 
Archer — • — 225 e Baltimore 
Archer Cornelius, laborer, 7 Abbot 
Archer John W. machinist 291 Hollins 
Archer Michael, fireman, CT) Portland 
Archer Wm. H. 269 n Eutaw 
Archer Wm. H. (A. & Savin) 66 Lanvale 
Ardel Casper, laborer, 1 Baker's ct 
Ardin D. ladies shoemaker, 61 Lexington, dw 

314 n Eutaw 
Ardman Mrs. Anna, 21 High al 
Arens Henry, (Von KapfF & Arens) 113 Park 
Arenz Nicholas, shoemaker, over 50 n Eutaw 
Alien Mrs. Elizabeth, nurse, 18 Preston 
Aring James W. driver, 24 Druid Hill av 
Aring' Jesse, furniture wagoner, 24 Druid 

Hill av 
Aring Philip, brassworker, 133 n Bethel 
Aring Samuel, furn. wagon, 10 Hoffman 
Aring Wm. H. driver, 24 Druid Hill av 
Ark Bernard, laborer, 62 Stiles 
Ark George, laborer, 66 s Wolfe 
Ark George, laborer, Clinton, nr Lazaret 
Arlington Life Insurance Co. 28| St. Paul, 

Ed. G. Lee, agent 
Armacoast James M. bricklayer, 136 n Exeter 
Armacoast Mrs. Mary Ann, 141 Hamburg 
Armacost Calvin A. carpenter, 221 Cathedral 
Armacost Jabez, stonemason, 130 n Front 
Armacost Margaret, 23 Lewis 
Armacost Thos. propr. Bull's Head hotel, 130 

u Front 
Armacost Wm. H. barkeeper, 130 n Front 
Armager Jesse, 186 Hanover 
Armager Jesse S. deputy warden Maryland 

Penitentiary, dw 186 Hanover 
Armager Jesse, brickmaker, 236 s Sharp 
Armager Joseph, mate, 13 Henrietta 
Armager Lovie, teacher, 186 Hanover 
Armandt Paul, mariner, 252 s Ann 
Armbrust John, painter, 276 s Sharp 
Armbruster George, filemaker, 187 Raborg 
Armbruster John, turner, 187 Raborg 
Armbruster Joseph, butcher, 403 w Pratt 
'Armeling Geo. clerk, 122 Bank 
•Armeling Henry J. lager beer. 244 Aliceanna, 
dw 122 Bank 



Armeling Jacob, shoemaker, 214 Stirling 
Armendt John E. gunsmith, 262 s Broadway 
Armer Frederick, cooper, 49 Bank 
Armiger Benj. F. cooper, 59 Holland 
Armiger Eli, printer, 101 e Fayette 
Armiger James R. (Canfield Bro. & Co.) 229 w 

Baltimore 
Armiger John M. boilermaker, 377 e Fayette 
Armiger John L. hatter, 332 Aisquitb 
Armiger Joseph, combmaker, 188 n Caroline 
Armiger Joseph H. carpenter, 377 e Fayette 
Armiger Joshua E. carpenter, 339 n Eden 
Armiger Richard, house furnishing store, 135 

n Gay, dw321 e Eager 
Armiger Robert B. carpenter, 84 Aisquith 
Armiger Thos. carver, 377 e Fayette 
Armistead Anderson H. 223 n Charles 
Armistead C. Hughes, 103 w Monument 
Armistead Geo. clerk, 103 w Monument 
Armitage Geo. T. painter, 150 Preston 
ARMITAGE DR. JAMES, 14 n Paca 
Armitage James, machinist, 619 w Pratt 
Armitage Mrs. Kate, 238 w Fayette 
Armiter Geo. shoemaker, 198 Lexinscton 
Armor Geo. F. (Hamill, Mitchell & Co.) 143 n 

Eutaw 
Armor G. Jos. painter, 86 n Greene 
Armor Leonidas, clerk, 85 n Greene 
Armory Fifth Nat. Guard over 161 n Howard 
Armstrong Mrs. Achsah, nw cor Madison and 

Mosher 
Armstrong Andrew, 24 Spring Row 
Armstrong Andrew, carpenter, 68 s Chapel 
Armstrong Andrew S. machinist, 1 77 e Fayette 
Armstrong Benj. H. machinist, 152 n Bond 
Armstrong <fe Berry, (Geo. H. Berry,) publish- 
ers and booksellers, 166 w Baltimore 
Armstrong Mrs. Caroline, 237 n Howard 
ARMSTRONG,CATOR & Co., (T. Armstrong, 
R. W. Cator, B. F Cator, J. F. Bealmear, 
W. J. H. Watters, ) silk and millinery goods, 
237 and 239 w Baltimore 
Armstrong Chas. machinist, 205 s Chester 
Armstrong Celeste, Clinton nr Boston 
ARMSTRONG & DENNY, (William Arm- 
strong, John Denny,) furniture manufac- 
turers, n e cor Light and Montgomery 
Armstrong Edward, plumber, 57 s Bond 
Armstrong Eliza, 329 w Fayette 
Armstrong Elizabeth, 114 York 
Armstrong Emma F. teacher, 250 e Monument 
Armstrong Francis, laborer, 5 King ct 
Armstrong Geo. W. boilermaker, 33 Cam- 
bridge 



ARMSTRONG & HOPKINS, (R. D. 
Armstrong, J. S. Hopkins,) Pro- 
vision and Produce Commission 
Merchants, 4 Commerce. 

Armstrong Henry, 151 w Hoffman 
Armstrong James, carpenter, 452 w Baltimore, 

dw 227 s Paca 
Armstrong James (James A., & Co.,) 244 n 

Calvert 
Armstrong James A. clerk, 178 McCulloh 
Armstrong James L. pres. American Fire Ins. 

Co. of Balto. 6 South, dw 52 n Greene 
Armstrong Mrs. James D. 178 McCulloh 
Armstrong James W. painter, 1:^9 Battery ar 



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LAWRENCE D. DIETZ & CO., Notion House, 



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ARMSTRONG JAS. & CO., (Chas. 
Webb & Thos. Armstrong,) Soap 
and Candle Manufacturers, keep 
constantly on hand a large assort- 
ment of Soap and Candles of the 
best quality, manufactured at their 
Factory, Concord street, between 
Lombard and Pratt 

Armstrong John, 134 s Sharp 
Armstrong John A. 19 Ciithcdral 
Armstrong John, harness maker, 58 s Chapel 
Armstrong John W. painter, 181 Battery av 
Armstrong Mrs. L. grocery, 229 Light 
Armsirong Jlrs. Mary, 131 Pierce 
Armstrong, Mrs. Margaret, tavern, 330 s Bond 
Armstrong R. Dorsey, (Armstrong & Hop- 
kins,) s w cor Madison & Mosher 
Armstrong Robert W. clerk, 237 w Baltimore 
Armstrong Robert W. clerk, T6 Lexington 
Armstrong Rowland J. wire worker, 107 Stir- 
ling 
Armstrong, Saml. S. printer, 358 e Monument 
Armstrong Solomon, 177 e Fayette 
Armstrong Mrs Susan, 250 e Monument 
Armstrong Thos. (A., Cator & Co.) 73 n Paca 
Armstrong Thomas G. clerk, 134 s Sharp 
Armstrong Thomas, boiler maker, 229 Light 
Armstrong Thomas (J. Armstrong & Co.) 244 

n Calvert 
Armstrong Victor C. (Tomlinson & A.) 200 n 

Howard 
Armstrong Wm. J. (Hoffman, Staley & Co ) 

97 w Fayette 
Armstrong AVm. (Armstrong & Denny) 187 

Battery av 
Armstrong Wm. F. wagoner, 108 Mullikin 
Armstrong Wm. Asst. See'y American Fire 

Lis. Co. 52 n Greene 
Armsworthy Benj. blacksmith, 32 Conway, dw 

164 L. Green 
Arnd Francis, vinegar, 261 e Lombard 
Arnd Richard, tobacconist, s w cor Lombard 

and Regester 
Arndt Jacob, basket maker, 1 Biddle al 
Arnet Wm. huckster, 56 Penna. av 
Arnctt Henry, moulder, 108 Gooksie 
Arnett Levi, shoemaker, 357 n Gay, dw 359 
Arnett Wm. H. clerk, 5 McElderry 
Arnholtz Henry, 103 e Pratt 
Arnold Dr. Abraham B. 7 s High 
Arnold Adam, machinist, 195 Conway 
Arnold Alo.xander, blacksmith, 7 Josephine 
Arnold Andrew J. carpenter. 1 Oxford 
Arnold Charles, laborer, 5 w Lombard 
Arnold Charles A. confectioner. 330 n Gay 
Arnold Conrad, blacksmith, 960 w Baltimore 
Arnold Edgar, bookbinder, 142 Lexington 
Arnold .Mrs. Elizabeth, milk, 304 Johnson 
Arnold Francis, surgical instrument maker, 

15 s Sharp, dw 343 w Lombard 
Arnold Francis, clerk, 239 n Gay 
Arnold George W. 239 n Gay 
Arnold Henry, bricklayer, 130 L. Greene 
Arnold Isaac, 3G Holland 
Arnold .James R. bricklayer, 25 McHenry 
Arnold John, steam sawyer, 16 n Schroeder 
Arnold John, laborer, 163 Aliccanna 
Arnold John, shoemaker, 26 n Frederick 



Arnold John, tailor, 312 s Bond 

Arnold John, 96 n Caroline 

Arnold John, carpenter, Eden near Aliceanna 

Arnold Michl. tanner, 21 Front, n of Foundry 

Arnold Nicholas, tailor, 71 Bank 

Arnold Oscar, carpenter, 422 w Lomliard 

Arnold Richard H. cabinet maker, 96 Raborg 

Arnold Wm., sr., keeper Druid Hill Park 

Arnold Wm. bricklayer. 2 Sterrett 

Arnold Wm. H. clerk, 25 McHenry 

Arnold Wm. J. shipjoiner, 264 e Madison 

Arnold Wm. baker, 239 n Gay 

Arnold Dr. Wm. T. dentist, office n e cor Eu- 

taw and Saratoga, dw 343 w Lombard 
Arnreich John, shoemaker, 3 Smith's ct 
Arnst Daniel, hostler, 89 Mount 
Aro John B. grocery, 508 w Pratt 
Aro Joseph, gardener, 313 Harford av 
Aro Wm. M. wagoner, 30 Abej' al 
Arold Mrs. Mary, second-hand goods, 658 w 

Baltimore 
Arold John, shoemaker, 12 Dewberry al 
Arscott Ann, 183 Hughes 
Arscott Saml G. M. sheet ironwork, 1 83 Hughes 
Arringdale Theodore, farmer, 22 e Lombard 
Artenstine Gabriel, (A.Schmidt & Co.) Kansas 
Arthur Anthony, coffee roaster, 163 L. Greene 
Arthur Bridget, 81 Booth 
Arthur Charles, ag;fnt N. C. R., 45 Valley 
Arthur David, butter dealer, 171 e Madison 
Arthur David, jr., clerk, 1 w Baltimore 
Arthur Henrj^, baker, 53 n Eutawand 32 Cam- 
den, dw 53 n Eutaw 
Arthur Hugh, millwright, 371 Saratoga 
Arthur James, trunk and harness, 369 Saratoga 
Arthur John, blacksmith, 194 Columbia 
Arthur J. Fleming, teacher, 381 Saratoga 
Arthur John, blacksmith, Columbia near Scott 
Arthur John, blacksmith, 23 Ryan 
Arthur John, laborer, Regester bet Orleans and 

Jefferson 
Arthur Mrs. Mary, 13 Valley 
Arthur McNair, (Keefer& A.) 408 Lexington 
Arthur Patrick, hod carrier, 167 s Chapel 
ARTHUR DR. ROBERT, dentist, 117 n Charles 
Arthur S. A. McN. coal, s e cor Pratt and 

Greene, dw 408 Lexington 
Arthur Thomas, coach painter, 13 Vallev 
ARTHUR WM. W. hat mauuf. and dealer in 

ladies' furs, 1 w Baltimore 
Arthur Wm C. boots, shoes, &c., 89 Hanover, 

dw 719 Lexington 
Arthurs Edward, shoemaker. Gist nr Canton av 
Artman John, laborer, 216 n Eden 
Arzt Henry, shoemaker, lOO Lancaster 
Asbeck Louis, restaurant, 13 s Eutaw 
ASBURY LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF N. Y., 

42 Second 
Asendorff George, box maker, 164 Mulberry 
Ascndorff Henry, carpenter, 119 Lexington 
AsenilorfV John, caipfutcr, 119 Lexington 
Asendorff Juliu.s, cabinetmaker, 52 Low 
Ash Charles, feed, 7 (ireenmount av 
Ash George T. ship chandlery and junk store, 

104 Dugan's wharf, dw 11 s C'aroline 
Ash Israel, (Bear k A.) 176 Hanover 
Ash James,* laborer. 14 e Monument 
Ash Louis, (.\I. Gutuuin & Co.) 162 s Sharp 
Ash Samuel, laborer, 19 Sterrett 
Ash Thomas P. gas fitter, 250 s Eutaw 
Ashburn Benjamin S. tobacconist, 280 w Bal- 
timore, dw 33 n Pine 



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AOKNTS FOR 

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Ashburn B. F. clerk, 32 n Eutaw 
Ashburn Judson A. carpenter, 132 e Fayette 
Ashburn Thomas, laborer, 12 Concord 
Ashburner Charles H. vice-pres. Abbott Iron 

Co., Pratt nr Washington 
Ashbj B. B. clerk, 341 w Baltimore 
Ash by Bailey B. clerk, 15 s Howard 
Ashby Charles B. barber, 6 Harford av. 
Ashby Charles D. baker, 6 Harford av 
Ashby Mrs. Elmira, 6 Harford av 
Ashby John, conductor, 91 Hollins 
Ashby Mrs. Mildred, ITS Chesnut 
Ashcom George W. mariner, 74 s Broadway 
Ashcom John L. pilot, 95 Gough 
Ashcroft Robert, (Jones & A.) 54 s Broad- 
way 
Ashcroft Robert J. clerk, 54 s Broadway 
Ashcroft Wells, ship joiner, 154 Gough 
Ashland Chapel (M. E. Ch. South,) Fayette nr 

Caroline 
Ashland Square, intersec. Monument and Gay 
Ashley Charles C. carpenter, 333 w Pratt 
Ashley Wm. boxmaker, 79 n Liberty 
Ashley Wm. M. currier, 130 s Chester 
Ashlock Thomas J. printer, 280 n Eutaw 
Ashman Alfred, stone cutter, 27 Pearl 
Ashman Wm. H. huckster, 63 Clifford al 
Ashmore Wm. H. clerk, 39 Pearl 
Ashton Charles, hackman, 75 Chesnut 
Ashton Mrs. Eliza, dressmaker, n e cor Ensor 

and Eager 
Ashton John, hatter, 10 Fish Market sp 
Ashton John, asst. assessor, 324 w Fayette 
Ashton John M. coach painter, 155 Orleans 
Ashton Marrow, 25 n Paca 
Ashton Mary, 141 Raborg 
Ashton Thomas, messenger, 668 Lexington 
Askew Charles L. carpenter, 13 Brune 
Askew Mrs. E. A. dressmaker, n w cor Ais- 

quith and Eager 
Askew Jehu B. (Kennard & A.) 45 s Exeter 
Askew Mrs. T. B. dressmaker, n w cor Ais- 

quith and Eager 
Askew Mrs. Susan, McMechin nr Druid Hill av 
Askew Wm. Henry, clerk, McMechin nr Druid 

Hill av 
Askey James R. & Co. (J. R. Askey, A. J. 
Shaw, ) plumbers and gas fitters, 23 e Bal- 
timore 
Askey James R (J. R. A. & Co.) 215 e Fayette 
Askey Joseph, carter, 83 Granby 
Askins Wm. E. mariner, 6 s Bond 
Askmore Wm. clerk, 39 Pearl 
Asmus Daniel, carpenter, 200 L Hughes 
Aspelmeyer Fred'k, (C. Diering & Co.) 251 

Eastern av 
Aspril David S. 128 s Central av 
Aspril George W. attorney, 4 Courtland, dw 

216 n Calvert 
Aspril James L. clerk, 107 s Exeter 
Assessor of Internal Revenue, 3d district, ofiice 
over Post office, Wm. E. W. Ross, assessor 



ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSUR.vNCE 

CO., 4 South, Thos. J. Flack, president 
. Associated Press, Room 9, over s w cor Balti- 
more and South 
Associate Reformed Church, Rev. John Ley- 
burn, pastor, Fayette nr Liberty 
Astfalk Julius, cabt. maker, 52 Low 
ASTOR LIFE INS. CO. OP N. Y., basem't 

9 North, W. H. Richardson, agt. 
Astrorm Henry, moulder, 168 s Washington 
Asylum for Israelites, Monument e of Broadway 
Atheneum Building, cor Saratoga and St. Paul 
Atkins Jos W. salesman, Eutaw House 
Atkinson Mrs. A. 9 McElderry 
Atkinson & Brothers, (J. H. Atkinson, W. C. 
Atkinson,) grocers and liquor dealers, 186 
s Broadway 
Atkinson Catherine, 9 McElderry 



ATKINSON & DULANY, (J. T. 
Atkinscn, H, R. Dulany,) Attor- 
neys, 36 St. Paul. J. T. Atkin- 
son, CommisGioner of Ceeds and 
Notary Public. 

ATKINSON GEORGE, Sr., butcher, 27 Cen- 
tre, 14 Lexington and 32 Hanover markets, 
dw 431 Penna. av. 
Atkinson Mrs. Hannah, Fulton betw. Dover 

and McHenry 
Atkinson Dr. I. E. 326 n Eutaw 
Atkinson Israel S. 27 Stiles 
Atkinson Jas. barber, 407 n Gay, dw 54 Chew 
Atkinson John, clerk, 21 Hanover 
Atkinson John H. tailor, 248 n Caroline 
Atkinson John P. clerk, 79 Ensor 
Atkinson John W. carpenter and builder, 294 

n Gay 
Atkinson Jos. cabinet maker, 553 Saratoga 
ATKINSON JOSEPH T., (A. & Dulany,) 
notarj' public and comm'r of deeds, &c., 
Commercial building and 36 St. Paul, dw 
95 St. Paul 
Atkinson Joshua H. (Atkinson & Bros.) 285 

e Lombard 
Atkinson Josaua I. treasurer B. & 0. R. R. 

Co., Camden station, dw 95 St. Paul 
Atkinson Maria, milliner, 294 n Gay 
Atkinson Matthew S. clerk, 326 n Eutaw 
Atkinson .Mrs. Mary J. 79 Ensor 
Atkinson Rachel A. teacher, 9 McElderry 
Atkinson Dr. Robert, teacher, 84 w Monument 
Atkinson Samuel E. 277 e Lombard 
Atkinson Mrs. Dr. Thomas C. school, 67 w 

Centre 
Atkinson Thomas F. carpenter, 9 McElderry 
Atkinson Thomas W. (Hull, Atkinson & Co.) 

Penna. av near toll gate 
Atkinson Wm. B. wireworker, 99 Raborg 
Atkinson Wm. S. shoemaker, 1 Ramsay 
Atkinson Wm. George, clerk, 9 JIcElderry 
Atkinson Wm. C. (Atkinson & Bros.) 27 s 

Broadway 
ATLANTIC FIRE AND MARINE INS. CO. 

8 South, Isaac S. George, president 
Atlantic and George Creek Coal Company, 13 

s Calvert 
Atlee Isaac, clerk, 247 w Lombard 
ATLEE JAMES, agentGrover& Baker's Sew- 
ing Machines, 181 w Baltimore, dw Bait, co 
Atler George W. coachsmith, 10 3 Fremont 



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Atler Francis, bricklayer, 230 Lee 

Atler Wm. A. clerk, 10 s Fremont 

Attel William, lalx)rer, 31 Burke 

Attrill Henry, Fountain hotel 

Atwell Benjamin F. mariner, 187 n Exeter 

Atwell Mrs. Charlotte, 187 n Exeter 

Atwell Daniel, carpenter, 219 Gough 

Atwell George M. ship carpenter, 250 s Ann 

Atwell George A. car driver, 51 s Wolfe 

Atwell Joseph H. ship carpenter, 296 s Ann 

Atwell John R. harness maker, 743 w Baltimore 

Atwell James R. ship carpenter, 256 s Ann 

Atwell Joseph, boat builder. 290 s Ann 

Atwell Joseph W. blacksmith, 159 Chesapeake 

Atwell Richard H. 23 Courtland 

Atwell Thos. E. laborer, 66 Lee 

Atwell Wm. F. clerk custom house, 152 Barre 

Atwell Wm. police, 134 William 

Atwell Wm. F. clerk, 126 Barre 

Atwood John, cabinet maker, 548 w Baltimore 

Atwood Laban, heater, 77 Cooksie 

Aubrey Wm. (A. & Co.) 62 Saratoga 

Aubrey & Co. (Wm. Aubrey) com. merchants 

and cotton factors, 18 Commerce 
Aubry Louis, French teacher, 88 Franklin 
Aubry Mad. L., French fluting, 88 Franklin 
Aubel Christian, 83 Bank 
Aubel John, cabinet maker, 159 Hamburg 
Auberla Mrs. Catherine, laundress, 31 King, 
Auch John, laborer, 153 s Regester 
Audenreid L. & Co. (L. Audenreid) miners 

and shippers of coal, 31 South 
AUDOUN & BRDSCUP, (J. H. A., T. Brus- 
cup) real estate brokers, 10 Law buildings, 
St. Paul 
Audoun Joseph H. (A. & Bruscup,) attorney, 

107 Bank 
Audoun Oliver, (Binyon & A.,) 132 Bank 
Audoun Oliver, jr. carpenter, 132 Bank 
Audoun Wm. F. carpenter, 225 s Ann 
Auel Adam, shoemaker, 5 May 
Auer Jacob, grocery, 2 Lexington 
Auer John, blacksmith, 69 Henrietta 
Auer John, blacksmith, 259 Hamburg 
Auerback Christian, drayman, 158 Henrietta 
Auerbach Joseph, jeweler, 91 Pearl 
AUERBACH SAMUEL L., French millinery, 
70 Lexington, and cigar manuf. 14 Barnet 
Auerman Jacob, japanner, 157 Welcome al 
Auger Jacob P. (L. C. Spencer & Co.) Conn. 
Aughinbaugh Bernard, cond'r, Gilmor house 
Aukamp Antonio, cigar maker, 22 Douglass 
Aul Henry, sugar boiler, 35 Eastern av 
Aul John, baker, 248 n Central av 
Aul Michael, shoemaker, 316 n Gay 
Aulbach John A. butcher, 11 and 26 Fell's 
Point market, dw Belair road, nr city limits 
Aulljach Joseph, blacksmith, 64 Hamburg 
Aulabaugh Zephaniah N., teacher, 100 Chew 
Auld Benjamin F. serg't police, 46 s Ann 
Auld Edwin, clerk, 526 w Pratt 
Auld Capt. Edward H. 46 s Ann 
Auld Haddaway, clerk, 526 w Pratt 
Auhl Philip, ship carpenter, 149 Montgomery 
Auld Capt. Richard, 79 n Bond 
Auld Samuel, ship carpenter, 271 e Pratt 
Auld Mrs. Sophia, 46 8 Ann 
Auld Wilson, engineer, 290 e Lombard 
A nil Mrs. Elizabeth, 52 President 
Aull Mary, dressmaker, 52 President 
Aull Matthias, laborer, 191 s Bethel 
Ault Charles, coachmaker, 19 n Frederick 



Ault Joseph, 287 Aisquith 

Ault Samuel, jr., gas fixtures, n Calvert, near 

Lexington, dw 287 Aisquith 
Aulthouse Mrs. Mary & Co. (Mrs. Mary A.,) 

vegetables and fish, 240 w Pratt 
Aulthouse Mrs. Mary (Mrs. Mary A. & Co.) 68 

Conway 
Aunspaugh James A. salesman, Howard house 
Aurick Frederick, weaver, 925 w Pratt 
Ausler Edward, carpenter, 10 Decker 
Ausmutz Jacob, wheelwright, Walsh nr Cooke 
Austen Dr. Philip H. 8 Cathedral 
Austermuhle Henry, tobacconist, n e cor Bond 

and Orleans 
Austin Alex. R. bookkeeper Citizens' National 

Bank, Maryland av nr Huntington av 
Austin Geo. C. carpenter, 45 Elizabeth la 
Austin James, provisions, Calvert opp Calvert 

station, dw 78 Greenmount av 
Austin James, clerk, 102 n Caroline 
Austin John, stove mounter, 252 Bank 
Austin Sophia, seamstress, 218 e Lombard 
Austin Theodore D. chairmaker, 363 s Sharp 
Austin Theod. G. bookkeeper, 50 n Poppleton 
Auston Wm. 213 Bank 
Austrian Betsy, capmaker, 213 s Broadway 
Austrian Rob't (R. A., &Co.) 213 s Broadway 
Austrian Robert & Co. (R. A., E. Levy) hat 

and cap manufacturers, 19 s Sharp 
Auth Mrs. Barbara, 122 Johnson 
Auth Catherine, 122 Johnson 
Auth John, laborer, 122 Johnson 
Auth Nicholas, tailor, 122 Johnson 
Averill Edward S. clerk, 127 s High 
Avesmeyer Fritz, carter, 32 Gist nr Canton av 
Avesser Conrad, laborer, 242 s Dallas 
Avesser Wm. puddler, 242 s Dallas 
Avet Louis, liquors, 113 n Howard 
Avis James L. clerk, 15 s Howard 
Await Ferdinand, shoemaker, 64 Mulberry 
Awbrey John S. plasterer, 233 e Madison 
Awbrey Andrew J. cigarraaker, 233 e Madison 
Awbrey Priestly, shoemaker, 233 e Madison 
Awbrey Thomas P. painter, 108 McElderry 
Aweng Adolph, laundry, over 2 Wine al, dw 

634 w Fayette 
Ayd John, carpenter, 27 L McElderry, dw 246 

Harford av 
Ayd Joseph, carpenter, 259 Aisquith 
Ayers Andrew J. stevedore, 327 s Bond 
Ayers George W. mariner, 251 e Lombard 
Ayers James, rigger, 68 Thames 
Ayers Dr. Robert, 5 St. Paul 
Ayers Capt. Samuel, 214 s Ann 
Ayers Waller, hatter, 198 s Broadway 
Ayler John W. clerk, 59 Mullikin 
Ayler Wui. H. machinist, ]\lounl Royal 
Aymold George, cooper, 385 s Charles 
Ax Christian, (G. W. Gail k Ax, ) 59 Barre 
Axer Rosa, housekeeper, 34 w Pratt 

B. 

Babb John D. sr. 68 s Charles 
BA15B JOHN D. jr. cake baker, 68 s Charles 
Babbcstella George, shoemaker, 114 s Durham 
liabeudrier Louis, pianomaker, 9 n Pine 
Babrick Joseph, cabinet maker, 63 Battery av 
Baccigalupo Vincent, confectionery, 17 w Fay- 
ette 
Bach Adam, tailor, 51 s Durham 
Bach Adam, flour and feed, 329 Aisquith 



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AQKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEJAR'S WHAK|i(. 

Bach Balthazar, cabinet maker, 17 Arch 

Bach Mrs. Catherine, 44 Chatsworth 

Bach Henry, (Hartman, Bach & Co.; 6 n Ann 

Bach Henry, baker. 36 St. Mary 

Bach Peter, shoemaker, 146 n Caroline 

Bacharach Abraham, dry goods, 11 Ensor 

Bacbarach Nathan, (D. Binswanger & Co.) 9 

s Caroline 
Bacharach Nathan E. printer, 12 n Caroline 
Bacharach Simon, salesman, 11 Ensor 
Bacharach Solomon, salesman, 11 Ensor 
Bacharach Wm. salesman, 77 Ensor 
Bachelor Wm. H. painter, 45 Holland 
Bachman Adam, whitewasher, 187 s Washing- 
ton 
Bachman Andrew, lager beer, 62 Mulberry 
Bachman August, shoemaker, 415 Saratoga 
Bachman August, scourer, 52 n Entaw 
Bachman Fiederick, grocery, 254 s Eutaw 
Bachman George, pianomaker, 133 Henrietta 
Bachman Henry, grocery, 214 s Caroline 
Bachman Jacob, machinist, 75 n Gay 
Bachman John, tailor, 244 n Gay 
Bachman John M. wholesale dealer cigars and 

tobacco, 21 Mercer, dw 60 Albemarle 
Bachman Joseph, laborer, 224 s Castle 
Bachman Lewis, brewer, I3elair av nr cemetery 
Bachman Ludwig, tailor, 133 Vine 
Bachman Ludwig, tailor, 14 Camden 
Bachmann Charles, tinner, 254 s Eutaw 
Bachmann Frederick, laborer, 118 Cross 
Bacholor John, fisherman, 292 Johnson 
Bachrach Aaron, cattle, 164 e Lombard 
Bachrach Mrs. Henrietta, 238 Canton av 
Bachrach Joseph, clerk, 238 Canton av 
Bacigalupo Antonio, confectionery, 100 Light 

St. wharf, dw 146 Camden 
Bacigalupo James, confecl'y, 146 Light st. whf 
Bacigalupo Nicolo, fruiterer, 68 President 
Back G. Adam, furniture wagons, Wilmer al 

nr Hoifman 
Backel Frederick, laborer, 267 e Lombard 
Backel Henry, wheelwright, 172 Peirce 
Backer August, shoemaker, 92 Orchard 
Backer August, tailor. 405 Light 
Backer Christian, stoves and tinware, 210 Can- 
ton av, and beer, 219 s Broadway 
Backes Peter, shoemaker, 255 e Pratt 
Backinhus Mrs. Caroline, eggs and fruit, 205 

s Ann 
Backinhus Henry, mariner, 205 s Ann 
Backman Ernest, tailor, 19 Barnes 
Backman Geo. A. pattern maker, 57 McHenry 
Backman Henry, tailor, Durham nr Orleans 
Backman Jas. E. pattern maker, 57 McHenry 
Backus Chas. C. (R. Davis & Co.) 126 w Madi- 
son 
BACKUS REV. DR. JOHN C. 126 w Madison 
Bacon & Co. (F. X. Lipp, James Lipp, ) coffee 

manufacturers, 476 w Baltimore 
Bacon Mrs. Jane, 89 Hollins 
Bacon John, engineer, 476 w Baltimore 



Badders Henry, carpenter. Woods' al nr Mc- 

Clellan, dw 68 Park av 
Badders Nicholas, carpenter. Farmers' hotel 
Baden Mrs. Jane, 139 e Monument 
Baden John R. clerk tobac. warehouse, 72 s 

Sharp 
Baden Thos. carpenter, 139 e Monument 
Badencouph Mrs. Helena M. tailoress, 112 n 

Bond 
Bader Mrs. Agatha, seamstress, 20 Mott 
Bader Mrs. Helena, confectionery, 242 e Chase 
Bader Henry, barber, 191 Lexington 
Bader Jacob, grocery, 268 s Sharp 
Bader John, cooper, 145 Canton av 
Badger Chas. stonecutter, 106 Ramsay 
Badger David, carpenter, 149 Barre 
Badger Edward, clerk, 35 s Eutaw 
Badger Ezekiel, shoemaker. 106 Ramsay 
Badger Francis, instrument maker, 35 s Eutaw 
Badger James B. carpenter, 149 Barre 
Badger James B. carpenter, 141 w Fayette 
Badger Jos. driver Harnden exp 35 s Eutaw 
Badger Mrs. Mary, 35 s Eutaw 
Badger Thos. P. sewing machine operator, 75 

Hillen 
Badinger Jacob, laborer, 220 s Wolfe 
Badley Wilson, salesman, 511 w Lombard 
Baeckel John, shoemaker, 258 e Fayette 
Baer Arthur P. (Baer & Crane,) 132 w Biddle 
Baer Banckard, gardener, Gist nr Eastern av 
Baer & Bro. (Geo. H. and C. W. Baer,) genl. 

com. merchants, 153 n Howard 
Baer Casper, laborer, 220 s Durham 
Baer Chas. W. (Baer & Bro.) Frederick road 
Baer Christopher, laborer, 114 Orleans 
Baer Christopher, laborer, 158 s Regester 
BAER & CRANE, (A. P. Baer, J. C. Crane,) 

hide and leather, 2 Water 
Baer Christian, laborer, 180 L. Hughes 
Baer Conrad, laborer, Clinton opp Chesapeake 
Baer Dr. Edw. R. 270 w Fayette 
Baer Geo. H. (Baer & Bro.) 175 n Howard 
Baer Henry, cabinet maker, 124 n Dallas 
Baer Henry, painter, 128 n Fremont 
Baer Henry, porter, 98 s Spring 
Baer Isaac, (Lewis Baer <^ Bro.) 70 Lee 
Baer Jacob, blacksmith, 114 Orleans 
Baer Joel, millinery, 209 n Gay, dw 69 Jef- 
ferson 
Baer John, cooper, 41 Goodman al 
Baer John H. blacksmith, 521 Light, dw 614 
Baer Lewis, (L. Baer & Bro.) 11 Camden 
Baer Lewis Sf Bro. (Lewis and Isaac Baer,) 

furs, rags, &c. 11 Camden 
Baer Nicholas, laborer, 158 s Regester 
Baer Solomon D. peddler, 16 Druid Hill av 
Baer Thomas S. attorney, 13 Courtland, dw 

Baltimore co 
Baer Mrs. Wilhelmina, grocery, 98 s Spring 
Baer Wm. H. clerk, n e cor Liberty road and 

Gilmor 
Baeriler Frederick, laborer, 123 n Spring 
Baerline Geo. barber, 277 s Sharp 
Baernstein Hugo, clerk, 255 e Baltimore 
Baetjer Henry, keeper drays, 93 s Caroline 
Baetjer J. George, (Col ton & B.) 382 Franklin 
Baetjer Wm. clerk, 93 s Caroline 
Baetjon John, tailor, 243 n Central av 
Bafrick Joseph, laborer, 409 Light 
Bagby Robert B. pension and land agent, 23 

n Greene 
Bagby Henry B. clerk, 23 n Greene 



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Basrge Thomas, express driver, 93 Conway 
Baggetl John, medical student, 147 n Calvert 
Bajrgott Chas. wire worker, cor Dover and 

Cauiden la 
BaL'-gott Elizabeth, dressmaker, 192 Madison av 
Bagsott Thomas, wire worker, 192 Madison av 
Bagtey Charles, clerk, 334 e Baltimore 
Bagley Dr. Joseph H. pharmaceutist, n e cor 

Baltimore and Ann 
Baguer John, tailor, 41 Lancaster 
Bagwell Mrs. Catherine, 122 s Charles 
Bagwell John W. clerk, 122 s Charles 
Bagwell John, iron moulder, 159 Bank 
Bagwell Thomas P. clerk, 55 Lexington 
Bahlhouse Anton, tailor, 260 n Central av 
Bahlka Frederick, tailor, 438 n Gay 
Bahlmauu Clement, laborer, 366 Light 
Bahlmann Henry, laborer, 454 Light 
Bahhiiann Henry, jr. brickmaker, 454 Light 
Bahm John, laborer, 1 Cannon 
Bahm August, tailor, 237 e Lombard 
Bahrs John, 1 79 s Eden 
Baier & Altevogt, (P. Baier, F. Altevogt,) 

brewers, Trappe road. Canton 
Baier John, woodsawyer, 284 s Dallas 
Baier Mrs. Ann M. brewery, 392 Canton av 
Baier Fred, brewer, cor Lancaster and Third, 

Canton 
Baier George, laborer, 428 Canton av 
Baier John, restaurant, 41 Block 
Baier Paul, (B. & Altevogt,) Trappe rd 
Baierlipp John, lager beer, 32 Jefferson 
Bailey Mrs. Catherine, 98 Preston 
Bailey Charles, ship carpenter, 178 Gough 
Bailey David, brass finisher, 23 Stirling 
Bailey Edward A. painter, 111 Preston 
Bailey Edwin, (Coleman ^- B.) 16 s Broadway 
Bailey Mrs. Elizabeth, 350 n Eutaw 
Bailey Ellen, 61 Ensor 
Bailey George W. hatter, 363 Cathedral 
Bailey George J. mariner, 61 Ensor 
Bailey Henry, pilot, 178 Gough 
Bailey James, ship carpenter, 178 Gough 
Bailey James W. P. machinist, 302 e Pratt 
Bailey J. billiards, Howard house 
Bailey James A. stone cutter, 68 n Fremont 
Bailey John, moulder, 123 Elliott 
Bailey John, laborer, 123 Elliott 
Bailey John, carpenter, 40 Dolphin 
Bailey John F mariner, 21 Williamson al 
Bailey John E. mariner, 58 Johnson 
Bailey John, laborer, 11 McHenry nr Fulton 
Bailey John R. painter, 76 Henrietta 
Bailey Lewis E. (Cushings ^ B.) 237 w Lom- 
bard 
Bailey Mrs. Lucy, confectioner, 61 Ensor 
Bailey Mrs. Matilda, foot Cross 
Bailey Mrs. Mary, over 16 Eastern av 
Bailey .Marion E. teacher, 462 Lexington 
Bailey Mrs. Margaretta, 134 Bank 
Bailey -Martha A. teacher, 462 Lexington 
Bailey Mary IL teacher, 462 Lexington 
Bailey Parks, laborer, 100 Johnson 
Bailey Robert M. dispatcher of trains, Bolton 

depot, dw 71 n Calvert 
Bailey S. T. emblematic signs, over 114 w 

Baltimore, dw Division ext 
Bailey Solomon T. painter, Clifton nr the Park 
Bailey Thomas, mariner, 54 s Ann 
Bailey Thomas M. laborer, 242 Light 
Bailey \Vm. T. carpenter, 531 e Fayette 
Bailey Thomas, mariner, 120 Hughes 



Bailey Wm. L. tailor, 286 Eastern av 

Bailey Wm. C. joiner, 76 Henrietta 

Bailey Wm. boots and shoes, 108 Lexington, 

dw 463 
Bailey Wm. grocer}', 367 Cathedral^ 
Bailone & Heuisler, (Pascal B., Chas. Heuis- 
ler, ) carpenters and builders, Centre nr Front 
Bailone Pascal, (B. & Heuisler,) 13 Jackson 
Baily, Caldwell & Co. (Geo. Baily, Wm. M. 
Caldwell,) cutlery and hardware, 22 s 
Charles 
Baily George, (B., Caldwell &Co.) 73 Centre 
Baily James, alcohol and neutral spirits, 267 

Cross, dw 36 s Greene 
Baily James, chemist and druggist, 70 s Cal- 
vert, dw 36 s Greene 
Bain George W. carpenter, 180 Vine 
Bain George W. builder, 24 Mosher 
Bain James F. mariner. Ills Chester 
Bain John, butcher. Point la nr Aisquith 
Bain John W. cooper, 128 McHenry 
Bainer Henry, shoemaker, 44 s Howard 
Baird Thomas D. professor, Baltimore City 

College, 59 St. Paul 
Baird Alexander S. clerk, 95 Saratoga 
Baird George W. engineer, U. S. N. 69 Pearl 
Baird Mrs. 0. 69 Pearl 

Baird Robt. detective, Hampstead e of Wash- 
ington 
Baitz H. W cabinet maker, 68 s Bethel 
Baitzel Jacob J. carpenter, 156 n Fremont 
Baitzel Charles H. clerk, 150 n Fremont 
Baitzel Wm. E. bookkeeper, 156 n Fremont 
Baitzel John, bricklayer, Clinton s of Boston 
Baker Asbury, clerk, 30 n Front 
Baker Benjamin F. cooper, 12 Hammondal 



BAKER BROTHERS & CO. (Chas. 
J. Baker, Wm. Baker, jr., Chas. E. 
Baker,) Manufacturers Baltimore 
Window Glass; Importers Drug- 
gists' Glassware and Bottles, Bi- 
carb Soda, Sal-Soda, and other 
Chemicals, Paints, Colors, Oils, 
Glue, &c. 32 and 34 s Charles 

Baker, Bruff & Co. (J. W. B., J. E. Bruff, A. 

B. Faulkner,) wholesale dry goods, 245 w 

Baltimore 
Baker Arthur, ship carpenter, 40 Williamson al 
Baker Mrs. Catherine, dry goods, s e cor Pratt 

and Ann 
Baker Capt. Caleb II. 23 Lexington 
Baker Chas. Wm. coach paititer, 81 Stirling 
Baker (Jharles, cabinet maker, 379 w Pratt 
Baker Charles J. (Baker Bros. & Co.) pres. 

Franklin Bank, Athol, Frederick road 
Baker Charles E. (Baker Bros. & Co. (247 

Linden av 
Baker Charles H. telegrai)hist, 275 e Lombard 
Baker (Hiarles II. police, 32 s Schrotder 
Baker Charles, farmer, 23 s Schrocder 
Baker Charles, at Custom House, 278 s Ann 
Haker Charles T. butcher, 542 Penna av 
Baker Christian, cabinet maker, 57 President 
Baker Conrad, huckster. 111 Bank 
Baker (Jonrad II. cigar maker, 155 Peirce 
Baker Davis, mariner, 09 Harford av 
Baker Edward E. shoemaker, 31 Booth 



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WM. P. WEBB, Gen. Agent, 4 S. Holliday-st. 



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Rosendale Cement & Pla{>ler, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 



Baker Mrs. Eliza A. 455 w Fajette 
Baker Mrs. Eliza, 403 n Gay 
Baker Mrs. Eliza, milk, 529 n Oav 
Baker Edward J., Md. Meter works, Balto. co. 
Baker Edwd. J., jr., meter maker, 53 North 
Baker Francis, iron roller, 17 Port 
Baker Frands, laborer, 845 w Pratt 
Baker Francis, laborer, Clinton near Lazaret 
Baker Fred. H. boiler maker, 9 s Schroeder 
Baker Fredk. H. boiler maker, 422 w Lombard 
Baker Fredk. H. boiler maker, Mt. Ro.val 
Baker Frederick, baker, rear 486 Penna. av 
Baker Frederick, cooper, 176 Greenmount av 
Baker Frederick, cooper, 198 Bank 
Baker Frederick, clerk, 266 s Broadway 
Baker Frederick, carpenter, Swan tavern 
Baker Fred. W. coachniaker, 403 n Gay 
Baker F. Theodore, coach trimmer, 403 n Gay 
Baker Frederick, laborer, 379 w Pratt 
Baker Frederick, shoemaker, 198 Bank 
Baker George, piano maker, 340 Mulberry 
Baker George A. teacher, 126 n Schroeder 
Baker George H. clerk, 38 Hollins 
Baker George, confectionery, 91 Hanover mar- 
ket, dw 32 Perry 
Baker George W. clothing cutter, 64 s Ann 
Baker Greenbury, milk, 529 n Gay 
Baker Greenbury, milk, 213 n Eden 
Baker Gideon, nightman, 34 Gough 
Baker Haman,"ship carpenter, 57 Block 
Baker Capt. Henry, 65 n Caroline 
Baker Henry, huckster, 106 Henrietta 
Baker Henry, (Ewald, B. & Co.) 128 Saratoga 
Baker Henry, tailor, 119 n Exeter 
Baker Henry John, 233 e Eager 
Baker Henry, baker, 92 n Paca 
Baker Henry, undertaker, 38 Holland 
Baker Henry, laborer, 73 n Amity 
Baker Henry, laborer, 58 Bank 
Baker Jacob, cooper, 15 Bevan 
Baker Jacob, bricklayer, 199 Hamburg 
Baker Jacob, cooper, 213 Henrietta 
Baker Jacob, police, 37 Orleans 
Baker Jacob, well digger, 233 s Bond 
Baker iacob, butcher, 100 Centre, 59 Le.xington 
and 55 Hanover markets, dw 540 Penna. av 
Baker James R. carter, Monument, opp Md. 

Hospital 
Baker James C. ship carpenter, 175 Bank 
Baker James M. builder, 189 n Fremont 
Baker James, machinist, 81 n Amity 
Baker John, ship carpenter, 135 Thames 
Baker John, police, 338 Mulberry 
Baker John, laborer, 32 Leadenhall 
Baker John, shoemaker, 6 Fell 
Baker John W. (B., Bruff & Co.) 315 w Lom- 
bard 
Baker John G. tinner, 37 Orleans 
Baker John J. clerk, 278 Hollins 
Baker John, shoemaker, 50 s Regester 
Baker John, laborer, 9 s Schroeder 
Baker John, cigar maker, 61 Druid Hill av 



HAK 

Bake, John T. police, 263 n Dallas 
Baker John, shoemaker, 198 Bank 
Baker J. W. officer Md. Penitentiary 
Baker John W. laborer, 300 Aliceanna 
Baker John H. huckster. 75 s Fremont 
Baker John, ship joiner, 34 Gough 
Baker John G. rags, 169 Sarah Ann 
Baker John, cooper, 88 Peach al 
Baker John C. boiler maker, 81 n Fremont 
Baker John M. shoemaker, 32 Milliman 
Baker John T. machinisl, 422 w Lombard 
Baker Joseph, 194 Saratoga 
Baker Julia A. seamstress, 845 w Lombard 
Baker J. Victor, police, 369 n Gay 
Baker Mrs. K. B. 14 Hill 
Baker Lawrence, laborer, 150 L. Greene 
Baker Mrs. Lizzie, 5'^ s Fremont 
Baker Lvdia, tailoress, 738 w Baltimore 
Baker Mrs. Lydia, 133 Montgomery 
Baker ^ McCracken, (N. Baker, J. McCrack- 
en, ) paper and rag dealers, 120 w Lombard 
Baker Marcus Y. clerk, 278 Hollins 
Baker Mrs. Margaret, 94 s Broadway 
Baker Mrs. Margaret E 255 e Biddle 
Baker Mrs. Margaret 12 Hammond al 
Baker Mrs. Margaretta, tailoress, 126 Henrietta 
Baker Mrs. Mary E. 224 n Central av 
Baker Mrs. Mary E. dressmaker, 37 Orleans 
Baker Mrs. Mary E. 278 Hollins 
Baker Mrs. Mary E. confectionery, 171 Hughes 
Baker Nelson, (B. & McCracken,) 133 Mont- 
gomery 
Baker Pamelia, 554 w Baltimore 
Baker Philip, boxmaker, over 38 Harrison 
Baker Mrs. Rachel, 75 s Fremont 

BAKER RICHARD J. & OO. (R. J. 

Baker, R. J. H llingsworth,) man- 
ufacturers of Dye Wood and Deal- 
ers in Dye Stuffs, Chemicals and 
Oil of Vitriol, 36 and 38 s Charles 



Baker Richard J. (R. J. B. k Co.) Liberty road 

Baker Robert, laborer, 107 Peach al 

Baker Robert 15. jr. cabinet maker, 77 Pearl 

Baker Robert B. cabinet maker, 34 n Fremont 

Baker Robert J. canmaker, 37 Orleans 

Baker Rosa, confectionery, 58 Bank 

Baker Samuel, coachman, 67 Buren 

Baker Mrs. Sarah C. seamstress, 274 n Gay 

Baker Mrs. Sophia, 50 s Ann 

Baker Mrs. Susannah, 6 Gough 

Baker Mrs. Sarah, 369 n Gay 

Baker Theodore H. cabinet maker, Belair av nr 

Baltimore Cemetery 
Baker Thomas, baker, 440 Lexington 
Baker Valentine, baker, 896 w Pratt 
Baker \Vm. carpenter. Swan tavern 
Baker Wm. blacksmith, 171 Columbia 
Baker Wm. G. clerk, 540 Penna. av 
Baker Wm. machinist, 50 Hillen 
Baker Wm. jr. (Baker Bros. & Co.) Bait. Co. 
Baker Wm. piano maker, 239 s Charles 
Baker Wm. W. cooper, 269 n Dallas 
Baker Wm. D. sailmaker, 245 Gough 
Baker Wm. J. hardware, 479 w Baltimore 
Baker Wm. M. clerk, 41 n Paca 
Baker W. M. pianomaker, 3 Rickett's al 
Baker Wm. H. K. clerk, 15 Pearl 
Baker Wm. A. shipcarpenter, 13 Williamson al 



Agents for Rosendale Cement and Plaster, 21 Spear's Wharf. 
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Baker Wm. A. clerk, 17 e Eager 

Baker Wm. junk dealer, 92 Thames 

Baker Wm. ropeinaker. 234 n Bond 

Bakie David, barrels, &c., 8 Watson 

Bald Mrs. Catherine, 91 Penna. av 

Bald Frederick W. lock and gunsmith, 91 

Penna. av 
Bald Wm. shoemaker, 512 Light 
Balderauf Lewis, carpenter, 10 Sterrett 
Balderston Dr. A. Holmes, 105 St. Paul 
Balderston Geo. iron worker, 120 s Caroline 
Balderston Hugh & Sons, (J. Balderston, ) wire 

workers, 12 s Calvert 
Balderston Jacob, (Hugh Balderston & Son,) 

515 w Fayette 
Balderston John C. (B., Ward & Co.) 48 w 

Monument 
Balderston Dr. Isaiah, dentist and Judge Or- 
phans' Ct. 105 St. Paul 
Balderston Marcellus,iron worker, 13 Jackson ct 
Balderston Mrs Margaret, 515 w Fayette 
Balderston Thomas, 515 w Fayette 
Balderston Thos. clerk, 515 w Fayette 
Balderston, Ward & Co. (J. C Balderston, J. 
H. Ward,) boot and shoe commission mer- 
chants, over 273 w Baltimore 
Balderston Wilson, 48 w Monument 
Baldner John, wheelwright, 47 s Oregon 
Baldus John, laborer, 153 Stirling 
Baldus John F. clerk, 78 Pearl 
Baldwin Caleb C. cigarmaker, 117 s Ann 
Baldwin Chas. E. machinist, 180 Columbia 
Baldwin Chas. T. (Baldwin & Pells,) Maltby 

house 
Baldwin Christojiher C. (Woodward, Baldwin 

& Co.) New York. 
Baldwin David, treas. Savings Bank of Balti- 
more, n w cor. McCulloh and Dolphin 
Baldwin Dr. Edwin C. 124 n Exeter, dw Starr 

hotel 
Baldwin Ephraim F. architect, 57 w Biddle 
Baldwin F. M. clerk, 213 w Baltimore 
Baldwin Jas. T. clothing cutter, 201 Mulberry 
Baldwin John F. moulder, 152 Conway 
Baldwin John H. carpenter, 304 Canton av 
Baldwin John, varnisher, 122 n Spring 
Baldwin John H. carpenter, 120 n Eden 
Baldwin John H. "clerk, 118 St. Paul 
JJaldwin John M. 118 St. Paul 
Baldwin John, engineer, 97 s Fremdnt 
Baldwin Mrs. Mary E. 57 w Biddle 
Baldwin Mary S. boarding, 180 (jolumbia 
Baldwin Mary, refreshments, 279 and 281 

Hanover market, dw 180 Columbia 
Baldwin Oliver, at Sun Office, dw 305 e Eager 
Baldwin & Pells, (C. T. B., J. F. Pells,) pro- 
duce com. merchants, 60 s Calvert 
Baldwin Robert, laborer, 180 Columbia 
Baldwin Robert T. pres. Mechanics Nat. Bank, 

dw 274 Madison av 
■Baldwin R. W. attorney, 42 St. Paul, dw 50 

McCulloh 
Baldwin Summerfield, 23Gn Eutaw 
Baldwin Thomas M. 118 Hanover 
Baldwin Win. H. jr. (Woodward, Baldwin & 

Co.) 115 Park 
Baldwin Dr. Wm. 0. 127 St. Paul 
Baldwin Wm. II. blacksmith, 518 w Lombard 
Baley John, laborer, 11 McHenry nr Fulton 
Baike Frederick, carpenter, 33 Clay, dw 40 

Marion 
Ball Mrs. Ann, laundress, 67 s Wolfe 



Ball ^ffe. Ann, 126 Lexington 

Bull Mrs. Ann E. 239 Montgomery 

Ball Chas. H. asst. engineer, U. S. N. 347 w 

Lombard 
Ball David, brick manufacturer, n w cor Put- 
nam and Washington road, dw 627 w Fay- 
ette 
Ball D. Emory, clerk, 627 w Fayette 
Ball George W. police, 29 Thames 
Ball Henry S. bricklayer, 79 Pearl 
Ball James, blacksmith, 193 East 
Ball James L. clerk, 101 n Poppleton 
Ball John H. bricklayer, 71 Pearl 
Ball John L. shoemaker, 193 East 
Ball John T. tinner, 88 e Pratt 
Ball John, conductor, 161 s Broadway 
Ball John L. bricklayer, 155 s Chester 
Ball John D. carpenter, 335 n Howard, dw 40 

w Biddle 
Ball Joseph M. tinner, 126 Lexington 
Ball Louisa, dressmaker, 126 Lexington 
Ball Mrs. Lilly V. 347 w Lombard 
Ball Mrs. Margaret G. millinery, 79 Pearl 
Ball Mary, 21 Thomsen 

Ball Philip A. (Frick, B., & Co.) Cockeysville 
Ball Samuel T. shoemaker, 239 Montgomery 
Ball T. Sewell, bookkeeper. 627 w Fayette 
Ball T. W. salesman, 359 w Favette 
Ball Walter, jr. clerk, C. H. 89 Pearl 
Ball Walter, treas. Balto. Steam Packet Co., 
Union dock, dw cor. Bolton and Townsend 
Ball Wm. A. bricklayer, 88 e Pratt 
Ball Wm. D. 79 Pearl 
Balla Chas. T. constable, 638 Light 
Ballard Cyrus, letter carrier. 231 e Pratt 
Ballard E. L. merchandise broker, 661 w Fay- 
ette 
Ballard Mrs. Edward J. 158 German 
Ballard Geo. E. clerk, 5 n Front 
Ballard James T. coachsmith, 57 e Madison 
Ballard John E. machinist, 364 n Gay 
Ballard Levin, 112 w Fayette 
Ballard Mrs. Lavinia, 118 n Gay 
Ballard Samuel II. clerk, 158 German 
Ballauf Augustus, (Balhiuf& Son,)69 Harrison 
Ballauf & Son, (A. and C.E. Ballauf, ) tanners 

and curriers, 69 Harrison 
Ballauf Chas. E. (Ballauf & Son,) 69 Ilarrispn 
Ballentine Alex, ship carpenter, 102 s Ann 
Ballentine Archibald, plasterer, 191 s Paca 
Ballentine Mrs. Eliza, limekiln, cor Cross and 

Paca, dw 191 s Paca 
Ballentine Margaret, s e cor Fayette and IIol- 

liday 
Ballieder Conrad II. tailor, 195 Orleans 
Balloch Rev. James, 403 Lexington 
Balloch Robert A. 403 Lexington 
Balster Fred'k. laborer, 2 McDermott ct 
Balster Geo. mariner, 269 s Wolfe 
Balster John C. police, 1 13 s Ann 
Balster Louisa, 200 Canton av 
Halt Wm. shoemaker, 512 Light 
Balthar Kalbficish, baker, 9 L McElderry 
BALTIMORE ATHENAEUM, cor St. Paul and 
Saratoga, occupied by Baltimore Library 
Co., Mercantile l^ibrary Association and Md. 
Historical Society 
BALTIMORE AMERICAN AND COMMER- 
CIAL ADVERTISER, C. C. Fulton & Son. 
l)roprietors, 128 w Baltimore 
Baltimore Academy of the Visitation, cor Park 
and Centre 



The GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE is the 



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J. HENRY GIESE & CO. 
Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

Rosendale Cenieut & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Baltimore Association for Moral and Educa- 
tional Improvement of Colored People, n w 
cor Saratoga and Courtland 

BALTIMORK ASSOCIATION FOR IMPROV- 
ING THE CONDITION OF THE POOR, 24 
w Fayette 

Baltimore Brewery, F. Dandelet, proprietor, 
n e cor Hanover and Conway 

Baltimore Business College and Telegraphic 
Institute, 8 n Charles 

Baltimore and Bremen Steamship Line, L. P., 
A. Schumacher, agent, 9 s Charles 

Baltimore Butchers' Hide and Tallow Associa- 
tion, No. 1, s w cor Buren and Fall 



BALTIMORE CEME >IT PIPE 
CO., for Sewers, Drains, Aque- 
ducts, &c., Decker near Hoffman 
street. 

BALTIMORE CITY JAIL, Madison e of .Jones' 

Falls 
BALTIMORE CUSTOM HOUSE, n w cor Gay 

and Lombard 
Baltimore Chemical and Varnish Works, cor 
Wolfe and Lancaster, office 104 w Lombard 
BALTIMORE CITY POST OFFICE, second 

near Gay 
Baltimore Clearing House at National Union 

Bank, cor Fayette and Charles 
BALTIMORE CITY PASSENGER RAILWAY 
CO., office over n e cor Eutaw and Balti- 
more, Henry Tyson, president 
BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SUR- 
GERY, n e cor Lombard and Hanover, F. 
J. S. Gorgas, M. D. dean, [Seepage 14 Ad- 
vertisement s.l 
Baltimore and Charleston R. R. and Steamship 
Co. foot Union Dock, Mordecai & Co. agents 
Baltimore Copper Co's Works, cor Canton and 
Clinton-sts., Canton, office over 30 South 
Baltimore. Catonsville & EUicott City Rail- 
way, office Baltimore, near Mount 
Baltimore City College, n e cor Holliday and 

Fayette 
Baltimore City Fertilizing Co. n e cor Lancas- 
ter and Central av. J. M. Jacobs, sup't 
BALTIMORE CEMETERY CO. office 6 South, 
Thomas Wilson, pres't, L. R. Colbert, sec'y 
and treas.. Cemetery, Belair av ext'd 
Baltimore County Almshouse, Calyerton road 
Baltimore City Bay View Asylum, Eastern av 

w of Eastav 
Baltimore Christadelphian Ecclesiae, 3d floor, 

2 and 4 n Greene 
BALTIMORE CHROME WORKS, 10 Block, 
office n w cor Charles and Lexington, Jesse 
Tyson, pres't 
Baltimore Consumers' Union grocery store' 89 
Camden 



BALTIMORE COPPER COMPANY WORKS, 
Canton, office over 30 South, Henry Martin, 
president 
Baltimore County Dairy Association, 222 n 

Eutaw, Lewis H. Cole, pres't 
BALTIMORE DAILY GAZETTE, 134 w Balti- 
more, Glenn & Co., proprietors 
Baltimore Dental Depot, 200 w Baltimore 
BALTIMORE EQUITABLE SOCIETY, for in- 
surihg houses from loss by fire, office 19 
South, Francis A. Crook, treasurer 
Baltimore Episcopal Methodist, 49 Lexington 
Baltimore Female College, 53 St. Paul, N. 

C. Brooks, principal. 

BALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE CO., s w 

cor South and Water, J. I. Cohen, jr., pres't 

Baltimore Fire Department. [See Appendix.'] 

Baltimore General Dispensary, n e cor Liberty 

and Fayette 
Baltimore Glass Works, eend of Hughes 
Baltimore Gymnasium, Carroll Hall, s e cor 
Calvert and Baltimore, John Carson, pres't 
Baltimore, Havana and New Orleans Steam- 
ship Co., Jlordecai & Co. agents, 45 s Gay 
Baltimore Infirmary, s w cor Lombard and 

Greene 
Baltimore and Liverpool Line of Steamers, 
Wharf, L. P.John King, jr., agent, Camden 
Station 
Baltimore Leader, 20 South 
Baltimore Locomotive Works, late Winans, 

next to Mt. Clare Depot 
Baltimore Marine Observatory, e end of Mont- 
gomery, Marcus L. Dudley, Proprietor 
BALTIMORE MARINE INSURANCE CO., 

cor South and Second 
Baltimore Museum, n w cor Baltimore and 

Calvert 
Baltimore Opera House, Kernan & Bro. pro- 
prietors, Baltimore-st bridge 
Baltimore Orphan Aslyum, Strieker near Lex- 
ington 
Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co's. European 

Wliarf, L. P., L. F. Beeler, agent 
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD CO. 

office Camden Station, Camden st 
BALTIMORE PEARL HOJiIINY CO., corner 

North and Belvidere 
BALTIMORE POST OFFICE, Exchange 

Building, n w cor Gay and Lombard 
BALTIMORE PRICE CURRENT, office Mer- 
chant's Exchange Reading Rooms, George 
U. Porter, publisher 
BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA STEAM- 
BOAT CO.. office 3 Light street wharf, J. 
Alexander Shriver, agent, [See p. 18 Ad- 
vertisements.] 
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC R. R. CO., 

Oden Bowie, pres't, over 74 w Fayette 
Baltimore Rivet and Spike Works, s e corner 
Pratt and E. Falls av., office n e corner Ex- 
change place and South 
Baltimore Rosine Association, 335 w Pratt 
Baltimore and Savannah Steamship Co., Flan- 
• nigan's wharf, James B. Andrews, agent 
Baltimore Sheep Butchers' Wool Association, 

No. 1, 505 Penna av 
Baltimore Special Dispensary, 73 North 
Baltimore Steam Boiler Works, 25 s Front, C. 

W. Bentley, president 
Baltimore Steam Laundry, basement, e Balti- 
more, next to bridge, Christr. Search, propr. 



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Baltimore Stock Board, 45 w Fayette 
Baltimore Steam Packet Co., ofiBce s end of 
Concord, Union Dock, R. L. Poor, agent 

BALTIMORE and SUSQUEHAN- 
NA STEAM CO., Jos. James Tay- 
lor, Agent, office 212 West Falls 
avenue. 

Baltimore Underwriter, C. C. Bombaugh, ed., 

57 w Second 
Baltimore Union Musical Association, over 2 

s Frederick 
BALTIMORE UNITED BUTCHERS' ASSO- 
CIATION, n e cor Neighbor and McKim 
BALTIMORE WECKER, daily and weekly 
German uewspa|ier, 3 n Frederick, Wm. 
SchnauSer and Wm. Rapp, proprietors 
Baltimore Workinomen's Union, Arbeiter 

Hall, 5 s Frederick 
Baltus Elizabeili, laundress, over 254 e Eager 
Baltz Anton, paper carrier, 233 s Dallas 
Baltz Henry, butcher, 55.S Pcnna. av 
Baltz Louis, butcher, l(i4 Behiir and 44 Centre 

markets, dw Point la nr Aisquith 
Baltz Wm. butcher. 35 Belair and 34 Hanover 
markets, dw Jenkins lane, near York road 
Baltzell Alexander, clerk, 220 Franklin 
Baltzell Charles C. paper hangings, window 

shades. &c., 10 Ensor 
Baltzell James, 220 Franklin 
Baltzell Mrs. K. D. 10 n Calhoun 
Baltzell Dr. Wm. H. 90 Hanover 
Baltzer Valentine, carter, 183 s Wolfe 
Balz Reinhard, laliorer, 125 Franklin 
Balz Rhinehard, provisions, 331 w Fayette 
Balzer George, laborer, 206 s Wolfe 
Balzer Henrv, tailor, 70 s Bond 
Balzer John, shoemaker, 203 Light 
Balzer Nich. porter, 16 s Chapel 
Bambach Mrs. Amelia, grocery, 74 n Exeter 
Bambach Conrad, laborer, 96 Stirling 
Bambach Joseph, boilermaker. 74 n Exeter 
Bamberger Abraham, butcher, 83 Mullikin 
Bamberger Ansel. (E. Bamberger & Co.) 107 

s Sharp ' 

Bamberger Bros. (M. and H. Bamberger,) dry 

goods, 143 Lexington and 57 n Howard 
Bambersrer Caspar, baker, 37 s Wolfe 
BAMBERGER DAVID, auction goods, hosie- 
ry, &c., 69 n Howard 
Bamberger E. & Co. (E. and A. Bamberger,) 
millinery, ribbons and fancy goods, 247 w 
Baltimore 
Bamberger E. (E. B. & Co.) 170 w Lombard 
Bamberger Elken,(Il.B. & Co.)170w Lombard 
Bamberger H. & Co. (H. Bamberger, M. Bam- 
berger, Elken Bamberger,) American Tea 
Co., 164 Lexington 
Bamberger Henry, (B.Bros.) 164 Lexington 
Bamberger Henry,(H. B. .'t Co.) 164 Lexington 
Bamberger Isaac, 153 Lexington 
Bamljcrgor John, hostler, 109 Lancaster 
Bamberger Joseph C. bricklayer, 308 Green- 
mount av 
Bamberger Moses, (B. Bros.) 88 n Eutaw 
Bamberger Moses, (H. B. & Co.) 88 n Eutaw 
Bamberger Wm. H. grocery, 243 e Madison 
Bamberger Wm. W. letter carrier, 156 s Paca 
Bancroft Charles F. clerk, 22 e Favette 



Bancroft Capt. Eugene A, quartermaster, U. 

S. A.. Fort McHenry 
Bancroft John, bricklayer, 22 e Fayette 
Bancroft John D. bricklayer, 22 e Fayette 
Bandel Andrew J. sec. Atlantic Fire and Ma- 
rine Ins. Co,, 62 e Baltimore 
Bandel Andrew J. jr., bookkeeper, 62 e Bal- 
timore 
Bandel I. Cook, tinware, 62 e Baltimore 
Bandel John M. & Sous, (J. M. Bandel, sr., J. 
W. Bandel, jr.. Martin L. Bandel.) shipping 
and com. merchts. 119 Smith's wharf 
Bandel John M. sr.,(John M. Bandel & Sons,) 

365 e Pratt 
Bandel John W. jr., (John M. Bandel & Sons,) 

365 e Pratt 
Bandel Capt. Leonard J. mariner, 96 s Exeter 
Bandel M. L. (John M. Bandel & Sons,) 365 e 

Pratt 
Bandel Philip, shipping nierch. 202 e Fayette 
Bandel Samuel G. carpenter, 62 e Baltimore 
Bandell .Mrs. Ann Maria, 185 n Eden 
Bandell Charles S. 112 s Caroline 
Bandell Edward, carpenter, 185 n Eden 
Bandell George W. carver, 122 Jefferson 
Bandell George W. dyer, 187 e Baltimore 
Bandell Henry M. shoemaker, 185 n Eden 
Bandell James L. shoemaker, 18') n Edeu 
Bandell Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 93 n Eden 
Bandell Capt. Michael H. mariner, 160 s Bond 
Bandell Samuel L. clerk, 9 Jackson 
Bandell Mrs Sarah, doctress, 112s Caroline 
Bandell Wm. bacon dealer, 70 n Bond 
Bandell Wm. R. clerk, 26 Jackson 
Bando Frederick, barber, 267 n Bond 
Baneurfeind Henry, watchman, 13 s Durham 
Bangert Henry, carpenter, rear 78 Centre Mar- 
ket sp 
Bangeit John H. ship joiner, 297 Canton av 
Bang.Tt Joseph, baker, 8 Fell 
Bang.rt Michael, nightman, 228 n Dallas 
Bangert Philip, coal oil and lamps, s e cor 

Central av and Chew 
Bangert Rudolph, hatter, 116 McElderry 
Banghard Nicholas, porter, 3 Biddle al 
Bangs Mrs. Adeline, 203 Columbia 
Bangs Charles, clerk, 235 Druid. Hill av 
Bangs Edward, (Carey &; Bangs,) 248 w 

Madison 
Bangs George F. tailor, 6 Laurel 
Bangs Laura, teacher, 232 Barre 
Bangs Mrs. Mary A, confectionery, 113 s 

Bond 
Bangs Mrs. Melvina, 232 Barre 
Banhage John, laborer, 185 Bank 
BANK OF COMMERCE, 26 South, Jas. W. 

Alnutt, president 
BANKARD k CO. (H N. Bankard,) real es- 
tate agents, 5 St. Paul 
Bankard David, carpenter, 6 Preston 
Bankard Henry N. (B. & Co.) 17 Fremont nr 

Penna. av 
Bankard Jacob J. beef and pork packer, n e 

cor IJaltimore and Chester 
Bankard James M. butcher, 67 Jackson sq. av 
Bankard John L. butcher, 22 Fell's Point 

market, dw 436 e Baltimore 
Bankard Nicholas D. carpenter, 441 Penna. av 
Bankart John B. cooper, 126 s Spring 
Bankerd Dennis, (B. Bros.) 34) Franklin 
Bankerd Josiah, (Bankerd Bros.) 363 Franklin 
Bankerd Wm. butter dealer, 213 w Biddle 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Tailors and Clothiers, Men and Boys' 



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AGKNTS FOR 

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BA.NKERD BROS., (J. Bankerd, 
D. Bankei'd,) General Produce 
and Commission Merchants, and 
dealers in Grain, Flour, Feed, 
Seed, Eggs, &c., 146 Franklin St. 

BANKERS, BROKERS AND COMMERCIAL 

TELEGRAPH, 2 North 
Bankhead Charles P., painter, 30 n Fremont 
Bankhead, Robert B. clerk, 30 u Fremont 
Banks Daniel B. pres. Union Manf. Co., office 
cor Howard and German, dw 194 Franklin 
Banks David, furniture, 59 South, dw 380 e 

Baltimore 
Banks Edward J. chair painter, 57 Milliman 
Banks Eugene, fireman, 567 w Lombard 
Banks Frank W. clerk,' 380 e Baltimore 
Banks Franklin, clerk, 3,3 s Washington 
Banks George W. clerk, 600 w Lombard 
Banks Henry, shoemaker, 235 s Dallas 
Banks John, machinist, 7 s Schroeder 
Banks John M. machinist, 7 s Schroeder 
Banks John W. clerk, 1 s Central av 
Banks Joshua E tinner, 172 n Eutaw, dw 165 

Druid Hill av 
Banks Lewis, machinist, 11 Etting 
Banks Mrs. Margaret, 1 s Central av 
Banks Mrs. Mary, seamstress, 4 Gelston's ct 
Banks Dr. R. G. 600 w Lombard 
BANKS ROBERT T. Mayor of Baltimore city, 

dw n e cor Calvert and Madison 
Banks Robert T. china ware, 53 South, dw 

n e cor Calvert and Madison 
Banks Robert T. jr. clerk, n e cor Calvert and 

Madison 
Banks Samuel, machinist, 30 Dolphin 
Banks Samuel, baker, 1 s Central av 
Banks Wm. tinner, 38 Warner 
Banks W. H.S. clerk, 380 e Brltimore 
Banks W. E.' (Swain & Banks) 199 n Calvert 
Banks Wm. J. grocer, n e cor Bond and Eager 
Bannaman Mrs. Martha, 237 Hanover 
Bannaman Mrs. M. W . dressmaker, 249 Mont- 
gomery, dw 237 Hanover 
Bannan John, painter, 56 Dolphin 
Bannan John, police, 2 St. Mary 
Bannan John A. engineer, 105 n Poppleton 
Bannan Lawrence, machinist, 79 York 
Bannan Thos. laborer, 105 n Poppleton 
Bannan Mrs. Rose, grocery, 157 Ensor 
Bannenberg Fred'k. shoemaker, 375 w Lom- 
bard 
Banning Alexander, 285 Hollins 
Banning Mrs. Catherine, 280 Lexington 
Banning Maria, 280 Lexington 
Banning M. E. 280 Lexington 
Banning Thos. E. barkeeper, 152 Franklin 
Bannon Michael, 32 St. Paul 
Bannon Peter, laborer, 352 Ostend 
Bannon Patrick, drayman, 120 Scott 



Bannister Mrs. Maria T. 6 Sterrett 
Bannvart C. A. clerk treas. dcp't Washington, 

155 Druid Hill av 
Bansemer Mrs. Louisa, 199 w Hoffman 
Bansemer G. A (W. G. B. & Co.) 199 w 

Hoffman 
BANSEMER W. G. & Co. (W. G. and G. A. 
Bansemer, ) wholesale grocers and commis- 
sion merchants, 108 w Lombard 
Bansemer Wm. G. (W. G. B. & Co.] 195 w 

Hoffman 
Banthem Chas. W. wheelwright, 59 Henrietta 
Banthem George, coachsmith, 59 Henrietta 
Banthem James, coachmaker, 59 Henrietta 
Banthem Edward P. laborer, 72 Harford av 
Banthem John, laborer, 72 Harford av 
Bantz Dr. Edward, ins. agent, 30 South, dw 

22 Columbia 
Bantz Eugene H. 305 Lexington 
Bantz Henry H. salesman, 312 w Baltimore 
Bantz Henry H. salesman, 32 n Liberty 
Bantz John, barkeeper, 392 Canton av 
Bantz Theodore S. pub. school commissioner, 

305 Lexington 
Banz John, shoemaker, 17 L. McElderry 
Banzer Frederick, liquor store, 239 s Bond 
Baodz Nicholas, laborer, 24 Clinton 
Baptist Church, (First) n e cor Sharp and 

Lombard, Rev. J. W. M. Williams 
Baquol Jules, French confectionery, 42 n Pine 
Bar Mrs Bettie, 68 n Eden 
Bar L. & Co. (Levi B., A. Bauer,) clothiers, 

157 w Baltimore 
Bar John, cooper, 41 Goodman al 
Bar Levi. (L. B. & Co.) 39 Aisquith 
Barbarv Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 1 Smith's ct 
Barbee'Geo. B. (Gephart & B.) 357 w Balto. 
Barber Daniel, huckster, 165 n Caroline 
Barber Edvvard, iron roller, 5 Binney 
Barber Elizabeth, 161 Eastern av 
Barber Mrs. Ida, 20 s Calhoun 
Barber Isabella, 598 Lexington 
Barber John T. police, 352 s Caroline 
Barber John G. clerk, P. 0. 27 n Poppleton 
Barber Michael, rigger, 352 s Caroline 
Barber Philip J. huckster. Gay opp. Point la 
Barber Sarah, dress maker, 27 Pearl 
Barber Walter T. clerk, 4-f)8 w Fayette 
Barbieri Carlo, musician, 63 President 
Barbine Jacob, F. bricklayer, 132 Johnson 
Barbine Wm. E. ship carpenter, 132 Johnson 
Barbour David M. clerk, lOG n Broadway 
Barbour David M. 257 Hollins 
Barbour Mrs. Susan E. 185 Preston 
Barcher Christopher, ship carp. 49 s Wolfe 
Barcher Mrs. Susan, huckstress, 150 s Ann 
Barclay Mrs. Hannah, 63 s Ann 
Bard Thomas P. bookkeeper, 278 Lexington 
Barden Michael, laborer, 380 Aisquith 
Bardroff Joseph, plasterer, 20 Rock 
Bardroff Lewis, E. coal and wood, 324 Alice- 
anna, dw 190 e Pratt 
Bardroff Peter, piano maker, 20 Rock 
Bare Naason, clerk, Maltby house 
Barenstecker Henry, brewmaster. Bay view Br'y 
Bargar Deeter. bricklayer, 65 Franklin 
Bargar Geo. W. bricklayer, 101 Druid Hillav 
Bargar Joseph H. moulder, 84 Henrietta 
Bargar Henry, bricklayer, 172 Mulberry 
Bargar Nicholas, shoemaker, 45 Orleans 
Barge John, tailor, 219 e Fayette 
Bargin Matthew, stonecutter, 401 w Pratt 



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Barickman Mrs. Ellen R. 169 n Paca 
Baricknian Marietta A. 109 n Paca 
Barke John, clerk, 332 s Charles 
Barkel Ludwig, tailor, 18 Shakspear 
Barker Albert E. bookkeeper, 134 n Gay 
Barker Alfred, pattern maker, 89 n Front, n 

of Foundr}' 
Barker Alfred, jr. clerk, 87 Front, n of Foundry- 
Barker Benjamin, 319 e Easer 
BARKER & CnANDLEE,'(W.K. Barker, 11. 
P. Chandlee, ) tobac. and cigars, T s Calvert 
Barker Mrs. E. dressmaker, 21 n Eutaw 
Barker. Edward 0. coachmaker, 105 e Fayette 
BARKER EDWARD W. flour, grain and gen. 
com. merchant, 128 North, dw 160 n Calvert 
Barker George, music teacher, 63 n Strieker 
Barker Geo. E. 157 Harford av 
Barker John A. property agent, 42 St. Paul, 

dw 50 McCulloh 
Barker John P. tobacconist, 191 Lee 
Barker Mrs. John, cakes, 31 L. Hampstead 
Barker Joseph, laborer, 160 s Eutaw 
Barker Joseph H. (Woods, Weeks & Co.) 7 

Townsend 
Barker Lewis, pattern maker, 89 Front, n of 

Foundry 
Barker Wra. ship carpenter, 21S Bank 
Barker Wm. K. (B. & Chandlee,) Oregon nr 

Lafayette square 
Barker Wm police, 18 Garden 
Barker Wm. C. shoemaker, 36 Haubert 
Barker W'ra. F. blacksmith, 889 w Baltimore 
Barklage & Henneman, (H. A. Barklage, John 
I]enneman,)packing box makers, 15 Cowpen 
alley 
Barklage Henry A. (B. & Henneman) 95 Pearl 
Barkley Geo. L. provisions, 267 e Lombard 
Barkley Robt. tailor, 43 Eastern av 
Barkman Jacob, (B. & Lauder,) 119 Columbia 
Barkman Jas. S. runner, First National Bank, 

54 e Fayette 
Barkman John M. bricklayer, 76 Peirce 
Barkman Joseph, sr.cigarmaker, 76 Peirce 
Barkman Joseph, jr. 76 Peirce 
Barkman Sf Lauder, (Jacob Barkman, S. N. 
Lauder,) produce com. merch'ts, pier No. 7 
Light st wharf 
Barkman Wm. 11. cigar maker, 76 Peirce 
Barkmeyer Fred. W. baker, rear 12 Light 
Barlarge Frank, grocery, 200 Montgomery 
Barling Ann, 179 n Paca 
Barling Edward, carpenter, Bethel nr Jefferson 
Barlow Charles B. bookbinder, 59 n Front, n 

of Fonndry 
Barlow James, paperhanger, 160 e Eager 
Barlow Jas. W. clerk, 161 w Lombard 
Barlow John, painter, 59 Front, ii of Foundry 
Barlow Thos. carp'r, 59 n Front, n of Foundry 
Barlow Jas. W. bookkeeper, 161 w Lombard 
Barlow Josejjli, rigger, 44 Fell 
Barlow Jos. .M. ui)holsterer, 137 Druid Hill av 
Barnard Catherine, (Bingham k B.) 83 s High 
Barnard Charles P. [jroji'r Sherwood house, s 

e cor Harrison and Fayette 
Barnard (ieorge W. 191 e Baltimore 
Barnarl James G. clerk, 191 c IJaltimore 
Barnard John J. salesman, 42 St. Paul 
Barnard .lohn (i. painter, 191 e Baltimore 
Barnard .Mrs. Mary E. 582 Le.xington 
Barnard Notley, paints, 191 e Baltimore 
Barnard Randolph, bricklayer, 142 n Fremont 
Barnard Mrs. Susan J. 191 e Baltimore 



Barneclo Risdon, engineer, 88 e Pratt 

Barnes Alex. M. laborer, 12 Essex 

Barnes Bernhard, seaman, 322 Canton av 

Barnes Benj. F. painter, 21 n Fremont 

Barnes C. Fletcher, bookkeeper. 04 n Charles 

Barnes Christopher, bricklayer, 121 s Exeter 

Barnes Mrs. Deborah, 2 Gould's ct 

Barnes Daniel J. ship carpenter, 91 s Chester 

Barnes D. Wilton, clerk, 6 s Ann 

Barnes Mrs. Eliza, seamstress, 327 Saratoga 

Barnes Mrs. Ellen R. 14 Ramsay 

Barnes Emma, 53Ral>org 

Barnes Geo. boiler maker, 126 Druid Hill av 

Barnes George, customhouse, 141 s Wolfe 

Barnes George D. bricklayer, 40 Camden 

BARNES HANSON P. oysters and produce, 

over 150 w Pratt, dw 90 n Broadway 
Barnes Henry, blacksmith, 13 George al 
Barnes Jacob S. salesman, 90 n Broadway 
Barnes James E. lumberman, 327 Canton av 
Barnes James S. brass moulder, 91 Preston 
Barnes James F. lumberman, 21 Fountain 
Barnes J. Henry, engineer, 13 McElderry 
Barnes John H. 327 Canton av 
Barnes John, laborer, 233 e Lombard 
Barnes John R. clerk, 6 s Ann 
Barnes John H. city register, 364 e Baltimore 
Barnes John, tailor, 78 s Wolfe 
Barnes John, carpenter, 377 Saratoga 
Barnes John A. grocery and provision, 364 e 

Baltimore 
Barnes John K. nurse, 41 Oxford 
Barnes John M. blacksmith, 43 e Fayette 
Barnes John R. clerk, 280 e Monument 
Barnes Joseph, carpenter, 133 s Exeter 
Barnes Joshua, dairy, 716 w I'ratt 
Barnes J. T. Mason, tax oflBce, cor Decker and 

Oliver 
BARNES MRS. MARY A. 20 Peirce 
Barnes Michael, laborer, 22 Fort av 
Barnes Richard, screwman, 425 e Fayette 
Barnes Richard M. (Dorsey & Co.) cor Decker 

and Oliver 
Barnes Sallie E. teacher, 164 s Charles 
Barnes Saml. F. moulder, 14 Ramsay 
Barnes Saml. E. engineer, 300 Light 
Barnes Sarah A. tailoress, 2 Gould's ct 
Barnes Thos. B. tobacconist, 280 e Monument 
Barnes Capt. Thos. H. 14 Williamson al 
Barnes Mrs. Virginia, 178 s Eutaw 
Barnes Wm. A. carpenter, 325 Druid Hill av 
Barnes Wra J. bookkeeper, Hampstead near 

Washington 
Barnes Wm. M. carpenter, 319 n Eutaw 
Barnet John H. marker C. H. 596 w Lombard 
Barnet Stejjhen H. mariner, 129 York 
Barnett Amelia E. millinery, 67 n Charles 
Barnett (J!eo. W. salesman, 103 Hanover 
Barnett Jas. miller, N. C R. nr Northern av 
Barnett James, caulker, 125 Battery av 
Barnett James II. miller Mt. Uoyal hill 
Barnett John, wheelwright, 125 llollins 
Barnett Rosanna, tailoress, 125 Battery av 
Barnett Thomas, painter, 102 Bank 
Barnett Wm. bricklayer, 3 Hope al 
Barnett Wm. clerk P. O. 74 Barre 
Barney Ann B. 7(> n Charles 
Barney Mrs. Bridget, laundress,224 L.Hughes 
Barney (Caroline L. 76 n Charles 
Barney Elizabeth R. 76 n (.'harles 
Barney James II. city collector, 76 n Charles 
Barney Thomas, jeweler, 224 Hughes 



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Barnhart Alfred W. paper hangings, 5 Y n Pop- 

pleton 
Barnhill Andrew H. salesman, 369 e Eager 
Barnickel Johann F. tailor, 115 McElderry 
Barnickel Wolfgang, huckster, 3 Painters ct 
Barnitz Covington D. attorney, 71 w Fayette, 

dvv Catonsville 
Barnitz Michael, 29 George 
Barnmillan Gephard, printer, 11 Lanvale 
BARNUM'S CITY HOTEL, fronting Calvert, 
St. Paul and Fayette, D. Dorsey, proprietor 
Barnum Edward T. salesman, 704 Saratoga 
Barnum Henry, salesman, 32 s Calvert 
Barnwell Mrs. Rose, grocery, 18 Union 
Barr Bankard, shoemaker. Castle nr Baltimore 
Barr Bankard, shoemaker, 8 s Chester 
Barr James L. clerk, N. C. R. 101 nPoppleton 
Barranger Andrew, gardener, 292 Harford av 
Barranger Annie, cook, 19 Jew al 
Barranger C. C. (Lewis L. Barranger & Sons) 

288 Saratoga 
Barranger Francis, gardener, 1 1 Hanover mar- 
ket, dw York road near toll gate 
Barranger George W. (Lewis L. Barranger & 

Sons) 288 Saratoga 
Barranger George, carpenter, 73 East 
Barranger Henry C. butcher, 76 w Hoffman 
Barranger Henry, butcher, 390 w Fayette 
Barranger John F. provisions, s w cor Mc- 
Elderry and Spring 
Barranger James L. butcher, McElderry, e of 

Maryland Hospital 
Barranger John A. prov'n, 826 w Baltimore 
Barranger John E. police, 63 McElderry 
Barranger Lewis L., Son & Co. (L. L. B. sr., 
G. W. and C. C. Barranger,) butchers, 34 
Centre, 71 Lexington and 63 Hanover m'kts 
Barranger Lewis L. sr., (Lewis L. Barranger, 

Son & Co.) 288 Saratoga 
Barranger Lewis L. jr., butcher, 62 Centre, 44 
Lexington and 65 Hanover markets, dw 169 
Penna av 
Barranger Lewis, wagoner, 86 n Spring 
Barranger Thomas, po!ice, 130 Forrest 
Barranger Thomas, police, 1 1 Ensor 
Barranger Wm. hostler, 63 McElderry 
Barranger Zachary, stove polisher, McElderry, 

e of Maryland hospital 
Barrett Annie E. hair dresser, 89 n Howard, 

dw 115 e Monument 
Barrett Mrs. Annie, seamstress, 163 Stirling 
Barrett Catherine, 88 s Broadway 
Barrett Edward, drayman, 3 Hagan's ct 
Barrett Eliza, millinery, 90 Richmond 
Barrett Ferdinand 0. (Jas. Post & Co.) Park 

av nr Lanvale 
Barrett Francis 0. fish, 124 Grundy 
Barrett George, silver plater, 476 Lexington 
Barrett George E. cutter, 18 s Fremont 
Barrett George, carpenter, 204 s Ann 
Barrett George W. teamster, 24 Hamburg 
Barrett Gregory, sr. 118 n Fremont 



BARRETT & HIGGINS, (W. D. Barrett, J. 
T. Higgins, ) wholesale hat and cap dealers, 
272 w Baltimore 
Barrett Henry, carp'r, 1 McHenry nr Fulton 
Barrett James H. clerk 310 n Howard 
Barrett James J. musician, 17 McElderry 
Barrett James, tailor, 25 e Pratt 
Barrett John, laborer, 50 Cooksie 
Barrett John L. 5 Jackson square 
Barrett John, grocery, 289 e Pratt 
BARRETT JOHN M. looking glass and pic- 
ture frames manufacturer s e cor Howard 
and Saratoga 
Barrett John, clerk, 314 s Sharp 
Barrett John J. 340 Saratoga 
Barrett L. Z. carpet, 90 Druid Hill av 
Barrett Maurice U. clerk, 90 Druid Hill av 
Barrett M. looking glass and picture frames, 

82 n Howard 
Barrett Mrs. Mary, 332 s Sharp 
Barrett Margaret E. 18 s Fremont 
Barrett Patrick, mariner, 152 s Chester 
Barrett Samuel, laborer, 118 n Fremont 
Barrett Saulsbury, carpenter, 204 s Ann 
Barrett Wm. H. rags, 24 William, dw 200 Barre 
Barrett William, telegraphist, 172 Franklin 
Barrett Wm. D. (B. & Higgins)137 w Hoffman 
Barrett 'Wm. E. carpenter, 72 n Poppleton 
Barrickman Jacob, cedar cooper, 200 e Balti- 
more 
Barriere Geo. F. dry goods, 137 n Gay 
Barrington Edward P. bookkeeper, 663 w 

Fayette 
Barrington J. T. clerk, 143 s Broadway 
Barroch Anton, tailor, 22 Barnes 
Barroch Philip, laborer, 22 Barnes 
BarroU Caroline, 55 Saratoga 
BarroU Benj. C. attorney, 49 Lexington, dw 

50 n Calhoun 
BarroU Benj C. jr. clerk, 178 n Calvert 
BarroU Edmund, clerk, 286 Madison av 
BarroU Julian S. clerk, 178 n Calvert 
BarroU James W. 286 Madison av 
Barron Edward, laborer, 146 George 
Barron Edward, blacksmith, 267 w Biddle 
Barron James, carpenter, 90 Walsh 
Barron James, carpenter, 137 e Lombard 
Barron John, machinist, 31 James la 
Barron John M. inspector, 88 Lee 
Barron John, produce, 95 and 96 Hanover 

market, dw 79 s Paca 
Barron Richard, blacksmith, 125 Franklin 
Barron Richard, laborer, 125 Franklin 
Barron Thomas, veterinarian, 94 Walsh 
Barron Thomas, police, 146 George 
Barron Thomas, dress trimmings, 85 n Howard 
Barron Thomas, 32 Hanover 
Barron Wm. carpenter, Lerew al, dw 180 Park 
Barron Wm. D. salesman, 32 Hanover 
Barron Wm. D. salesman, 336 w Baltimore 
Barrow Denwood H. bookkeeper, 567 w Fay- 
ette 
Barrow Edwin G. painter, 244 Conway 
Barrow Frank, wagoner, cor Biddle and Ca- 
thedral 
Barrow Mrs. Hester, 162 w Biddle 
Barrow H. T. bookkeeper, 517 w Fayette 
Barrow 0. W. clerk, 47 Light 
Barrow Thos. H. salesman, 517 w Fayette 
BARROW REV. THOMAS, 227 e Baltimore 
Barrus George W. cooper, 116 n Central av . 
Barry Mrs. Arietta, 503 w Fayette 



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Barry Mrs. Bridget, 17 Bank 

Barrv Mrs. Catherine, over 21 New 

BarrV Mrs. Catherine, 9 w Chase 

Barry & Hoogewerff, (.J. C. Barry, S. E. 
Hoogewertf) merchandise brokers, 4 Gro- 
cers' E.\change, Cou.nierce 



BARRY & COOK, (Wm. R. Barry, 
Samuel G. B. Cook,) Hardware 
Commission Merchants, 19 s 
Charles. 



Barry & Claby, (P. T. Barry, L. F. Claby.) 

plumbers and pas fitters, 229 w Pratt 
Barrv Daniel R. clerk, cor Baltimore and Carey 
BarrV Elijah W. (Wm. H. B. & Son,) 393 w 

Pratt 
Barry Mrs. H., John bet McMechin and Wilson 
Barrv llarrv A. clerk, 262 Franklin 
Barrv Hall,' Ewell & Kellv, proprietors, 12 St. 

Paul 
Barry James C. jr. (Barry & Hoogewerff,) 11 

McCuUoh, and Gilnior House 
Barry James, carter, 1 Hargrove al 
Barry John, carpenter, 31 Harford av 
Barry Capt. Jno. J. bookkeeper, 503 w Fayette 
Barrv John, gas fitter, 19 L McElderry 
Barry .John S. & Co. (J. S. Barry, W. H. V. 
Smith,) dry goods, com. merchants, 20 
Hanover 
Barry John, 69 Vine 
Barrv Joshua H. clerk. Gl St Paul 
BarrV John W. clerk, 503 w Fayette 
Barrv John S. (J. S. Barry & Co.) 177 St. 

Paul 
BARRV & KING, (R. C. B., J. C. King,) at- 
torneys, 48 Lexington 
Barry John W. huckster, 63 L Montgomery 
Barry Mrs. Margaret, 170 Raborg 
Barry Mary H. 3 Watson 
Barry Mary, 19 L. McElderry 
Barry Michael, fireman, 98 s Carey 
Barry Patrick T. (Barry & Claby,) 1 Har- 
grove al 
Barry Robert C. (B. & King,) Baltimore co 
Barry Richard, driver, 248 e Fayette 
Barry Sam'l H. mariner, 27 Valley 
Barry Sam'l M.61 n Liberty 
Barry Standish, currier, 98 L Montgomery 
Barry Thomas, stone mason, 20 St. Mary 
Barrv Dr. W. J. 38 Mulberry 
Barry Wm. H. ( Wm. H. B. & Son. ) 393 w Pratt 
Barrv William, millwright. 118 Vork 
Barry Wm. H. & Son, (Wm. II. and E. W. 

Barry.) game, terrapins, &c. 393 w Pratt 
Barry Wm. E. clerk, John nr McMechin 
Barrv ^Vm. porter, G9 Vine 
Barry Wm. R. (B. & Cook,) 305 Lexington 
Barry Wm. jr. collar maker, 69 Vine 
Barry Wm. laborer, 172 Ramsay 
Barsch (Jeorge, shoemaker, 210 Canton av 
Barschmidt John, tailor, al rear 87 n Fremont 
Bartells Henry, cigar maker, 100 s Chapel 
Bartclls Henry, carpenter, 24 Calk-ndar al 
Barteiibacher Peter, rags, 909 w Pratt 
Bart;:i.s Mrs. Mary C. 162 n Gay 
BartgLs John M. clerk, 162 n Gay 
Barth (yjiris. boots and shoes, 182 Lexington 
Barth Daniel, harness maker, 8 St. Mary 
Barth Lewis, blacksmith, 2 Fountain 



BARTH SAMUEL, com. merchant and im- 
porter of liquors, wines, cigars, &c. 21 South, 
dw 301 e Baltimore 
Barth Mrs. M. 76 s Sharp 
Barth Wm. Y. clerk, 380 w Fayette 
Barthel Albert, shoemaker, 83 Eastern av 
Bartholomee T. M. & Co. (T. M. B., R. C. 

Maclellan,) produce, 51 Light 
Bartholomee Jno. J. cigar packer, 592 Saratoga- 
Bartholomee Theodore M. (T. M. B. & Co.) 

262 n Eutaw 
Bartholmeir Geo. cabinet maker, 147 s Spring 
Bartholomaei Christ, cab't njaker, 13 w Chase 
Bartholomaei Geo. clerk. 13 w Chase 
Bartholomew Geo. cabinetmaker, 147 s Spring 
Bartholomew Leon'd, cab't maker. 1 Diamond 
Bartholow Andrew J. carpenter, 50 n Pine 
Bartholow B. F. (G. P. Thomas & Co.) 304 

Hollins 
Bartholow J.M. C. (Chase, Stewart & Co.) N.Y. 
Bartholow Samuel, carpenter, 344 Franklin 
Bartholow Mrs. Thomas, 344 Franklin 
Bartlein John, cooper, 11 Clinton 
Bartleson Alonzo D. clerk, 290 Saratoga 
Bartlett Charles W. boat builder in Fardy & 
Woodall's ship yard, foot of Montgomery, 
dw 11 Williamson al 
Bartlett David L. (B., Robbins & Co.)57 Hollins 
Bartlett Edward L. clerk, 100 e Pratt 
Bartlett George, 65 n Liberty 
Bartlett George W. B. B. hardware, 8 n How- 
ard, dw 65 n Liberty 
Bartlett James, boat builder, 175 s Wolfe 
Bartlett James, jr. boat builder, 217 Bank 
Bartlett James, boat builder, foot Montgomery, 

dw 215 Bank 
Bartlett Joseph T. clerk, 23 Courtland 
BARTLETT, ROBBINS & CO. (D. L. Bart- 
lett, H. W. Robbins.) late Hay ward, Bart- 
lett & Co. whole, stove warehouse, 24 Light, 
foundry and locomotive works, cor Pratt 
and Scott 
Bartlett Thomas, blacksmith, 193 Bank 
Bartlett Wm. S. boat builder, 217 Bank 
Bartling Fred, laborer, 6 Herring ct 
Bartman Augustus, laborer, 189 York 
Bartman Christ, brass finisher, 121 s Regester 
Bartol & Bockmiller, (Henry B. B., Wm. P. 
Bockmiller, ) carriage manufs. 94 n Calvert 
Bartol Christopher, cabinet maker, Pratt near 

Eutaw 
Bartol Henry B. (B. & Bockmiller,) 219 Ais- 

quith 
Bartol James L. chief judge Court of Appeals, 

n e cor Chase and Eden 
Bartol Sophia A. 82 Mulberry 
Bartol John, tailor, 151 Dover 
BartoU Nicholas, fruit stand, n e cor Pratt and 

Gay, dw cor Mulberry and Park 
Barton Andrew C. sailmakcr, 102 Granby 
Barton Coal Go's whf. pier 4, L. P., T. A. 

Cunningham, agt. 31 South 
Barton B. R. clerk. 258 e Madison 
Barton Heal R. (Shipley cf- B ) 227 e Madison 
Barton Daniel, laborer, 305 William 
Barton I'Isau, miller. Eager, nr Greenmount av 
Barton Frederifk, carpenter, 72 s Bond 
Barton (Jreenbury, 102 Granby 
Bar'on George, tailor, 224 Harford av 
Barton Ignatius D. printer, 12 Chatsworth 
Barton James I. (B. & Keyworth,) 198 e Bal- 
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Barton James, ship joiner, 110 s Wolfe 
Barton Jennings, ship joiner, 142 s Chester 
Barton John T. collector water department, 

62 s Washington 
Barton Joseph, wagoner, 258 e Madison 
Barton Joseph, barber, 224 Harford av 
Barton Joseph, laborer, 355 s Bond 
Barton Joshua N. finisher, rear of Calvert iron 

works, Fort av 
Barton, Joshua, finisher, 308 William 
Barton Julius, tailor, 16 Stirling- 
Barton & Keyworth, (James I. B., C. B. Key- 
worth, ) merchant tailors, 2 Light 
Barton Mary J. dressmaker, 136 Jefferson 
Barton Philip, currier, 3()^ w Pratt, dw 4 s Ann 
Barton Randolph, attorney, n e cor St. Paul 

and Saratoga, dw 118 St. Paul 
Barton Rebecca, 258 c Madison 
Barton Samuel S. sail maker, 136 Jefferson 
Barton Samuel S. carpenter, 225 n Eden 
Barton Samuel J. carpenter, 119 Jefferson 
Barton Secilia, laborer, Boston nr Harris creek 
Barton Thaddeus J. agent, 174 e Pratt 
Barton Thomas L. finisher, rear Calvert iron 

works, Fort av 
Barton Wm. J. ( W. J. B. & Son) 62 e Lombard 
Barton Wm. J. & Son, (W. J. and W. N. Bar- 
ton, ) tanners, curriers and leather, 7 and 9 
Cheapside 
Barton Wm. N.(W. J. B.& Son) 84 e Baltimore 
Bartram Wm. potter, 260 e Monument 
BARTSCH FREDERICK, passe partouts and 
show cards, 1 s Sharp, dw 181 n Central av 
Bartscher Christoj)her M. police, 101 s Ann 
Bartscher John, upholsterer, Jackson sq av nr 

Washington 
Bartz Daniel, restaurant, Madison av terminus 

C. P. R. R. and 38 w Fayette 
Barwick John W. laborer, 141 Hudson 
Base Daniel, tailor, 15 Barnes 
Bash Alexander McC. (Sands, Small & Bash,) 

142 Cathedral 
Bash Edward H. clerk, 82 w Monument 
Bash Henry M. 82 w Monument 
Bash John H. (Patterson & B.) 244 Linden av 
Bashford Mrs. Angeline, 63 s Schroeder 
Bashford James A. steam fitter, 63 s Schroeder 
Basler Frederick, cigar maker, Frederick road 

near Calverton road 
Basler Mathias, cooper, 54 Frederick av 
Basnett John, laborer, 98 Hudson 
Bass Sigfried, clerk, 179 w Fayette 
Basse H., Eutaw house 
Bassett Mrs. Caroline, 3 Williamson al 
Bassett Freeman, boiler maker, 222 Mont- 
gomery 
Bassett Mrs. Henrietta, over 155 Light 
Bassett Richard, agent, 265 s Wolfe 
Bassett Wesley W. 52 Courtland 
Bassford Mrs. Maria, 129 Dolphin 
Bassford John T. photographer, over 91 w 
Baltimore, dw 21 n Caroline 



BASSHOR THOMAS C. & CO. (T. C. Basshor, 
W. Stebbins, ) engineers and heating appa- 
ratus manuf. 26 Light. [^See p. 5 Advertise- 
ments.'] 
Basshor Thomas C. (T. C. Basshor & Co.) 269 

Linden ar 
Bast Mrs. Louisa L. boarding house, 7 Scott 
Bastable A. N. & Co. '.A. N. and G. M. Basta- 

ble, ) cattle, Eutaw house 
Bastable Alvin N. ( A.N.B.A Co.) Eutaw house 
Bastable Gilbert M.( A. N.B.& Co.) Eutaw house 
Bastable James G. clerk, Eutaw house 
Bastert August, laborer, 19 Cannon 
Bastian Henry, cigar maker, 28 L. Hampstead 
Bastian Henry, sawver, 213 Eastern av 
BASTIEN MADAME E. ladies' hair dresser, 

75 n Charles 
Baswitz Moritz, millinery, 187 n Gay 
Batchelder James H. lumber, 244 Bank 
Batcheller John C. carpenter, 22 n Eutaw 
Batchelor Mrs. Annie, West e of Light 
Batchelor Benjamin E. sailmaker, 70 Bank 
Batchelor George, roofer, 259 Orleans 
Batchelor George W. roofer, 196| e Lombard 
Batchelor Jacob F. confectr, 72 Druid Hill av 
Batchelor James, porter, 34 Constitution 
Batchelor John, fisherman, 292 Johnson 
Batchelor Joseph, gas fitter, 34 Constitution 
Batchelor Joseph, police, 307 Aisquith 
Batchelor I>ouis F. carrier Adams' Express, 

295 Penna. av. 
Batchelor Mrs. Mary, trimmings, 167 Hanover 
Batchelor Samuel K. grocery, 259 Orleans 
Batchelor Susan, 16 Lee 
Batchelor Walter, porter, 45 Hillen 
Batchelor Wm. H. police, 18 L. Gough 
Batchelor Wm. H. painter, 45 Holland 
Batchen Conrad, bookkeeper, 179 e Madison 
Batching John, laborer, 124 St. Peter 
Batefeshr Henry, tailor, 226 Canton av 
Batelman Michael, laborer, 202 s Chapel 
Bateman Benj. M. G. tinner, 270 Light 
Bateman Mrs. Catherine, 68 s High 
Bateman Charles, cabinet maker, 3 Chesnut 
Bateman James J. bookkeeper, Fremont near 

Cooke 
Bateman James S. tobacconist and coal oil, 

125 Hillen 
Bateman John, grocery, 85 St. Peter 
Bateman John L. boiler maker, 18 s Carey 
Bateman John R. clerk, 27 s Schroeder 
Bateman Samuel D. printer, 210 Harford av 
Bateman Samuel, police, 224 Light 
Bateman Samuel H. salesman, 361 Lexington 
Bateman Thomas, dork, 80 Aisquith 
Bateman Wm. L. confectioner, 89 s Fremont 
Bateman Wm. L. clerk, 405 n Gay 
Bates Benjamin, tonic beer, 188 Lexington 
Bates Charles W. police, 42 n Bond 
Bates Charles, laborer, 58 Oregon 
Bates Edward B. moulder, 58 Oregon 
Bates Franklin L. manuf. hoisting wheels and 
trucks for warehouses, 4 East Falls av, dw 
378 e Baltimore 
BATES DR. J. W. P. 73 e Baltimore 
Bates James, coach painter, 5o5 w Lomdard 
BATES JAS., sr., iron founder and hoisting 
wheel manuf. 1, 3 and 5 President, dw 8 s 
Broadway. — [^Seep. 1 Advertisement.] 
Bates John A. distiller, 676 w Fayette 
Bates Wm. wheelwright, 41 Preston 
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Batham Eugene H. blacksmith, 188 German 
Batbscliatis Albert, shoemaker, 9 Barnes 
Batlink Fred'k. laborer, 6 Herring ct 
Batory Ignatius, 242 Mulberry 
Batson Mrs. S. A. 33 n Greene 
Battaile Louis, clerk, 140 \v Fayette 
Battee Mrs. Elizabeth, 85 William 
Battee John 0. canvasser, 3 n Mount 
Battee John, carpenter, 485 e Baltimore 
Battee Richard Ridgely, attorney, 29 Lexing- 
ton, d\v 23 s Howard 
Batten Saml. (Horsey, Millar & Co.) 62 Mosher 
Battenschleger John, laborer, 74 Somerset 
Battenfield Anna, confectionery, 409 Canton av 
Battentield Daniel, tailor, 94 Leadenhall 
Battenfield George, mariner, 273 Canton av 
Battenfield Mrs. Susan, 273 Canton av 
Battern Patrick, teamster, 30 e Monument 
Battin Harmon, manuf. trimmings, 3 s Exeter 
Batton Harman, buttonmaker, 3 s Exeter 
Batty Jos. engineer, 153 n Caroline 
Batzer George, tailor, 214 e Eager 
Batzer George, lager beer, 4 Pleasant 
Batzer John A. tailor, 249 e Eager 
Batzer John G. tailor, 225 e Eager 
Batzer Joseph, tavern, 249 e Eager 
Batzler John, moulder, 206 s Chapel 
Batzler John F. china, oil cloth and matting, 

431 and 543 w Baltimore, d\v 431 
Ban Henry, tailor, 105 s Regester 
Bauch Joseph, tailor, 13 Somerset 
Bauchardt Wm. umbrellamaker, 75 n Eutaw 
Bauchman Adam, laborer, 118 Eastern av 
Bauduin Godfrey, bookkeeper, 20 Calverton rd 
Bauer Andrew, cabinetmaker, 7 Park 
Bauer A. (L. Bar & Co.) Washington, D. C. 
Bauer Bernandini, grocer, 7 Park 
Bauer Charles, tavern, 77 n Gay 
Bauer Christopher, lager beer, U Ensor 
Bauer Conrad, paver, 157 Stirling 
Bauer Conrad, lager beer, 94 w Pratt 
Bauer Mrs. Elizabeth, trinigs. 574 w Baltimore 
Bauer Francis, wire worker, 23U Mulberry 
Bauer Francis, pianomaker, 574 'w Baltimore 
Bauer Francis, cooper, 150 s Spring 
Bauer Frantz J. bookkeeper, s w cor Lombard 

and Castle 
Bauer Frederick W. restaurant, 132 e Pratt 
Bauer Frederick, lager beer, s e cor. Eastern 

av and Flxeter 
Bauer Fredk. cabinetmaker, 379 w Pratt 
Bauer George, laborer, 88 Beason 
Bauer George, cabinetmaker, 342 s Sharp 
Bauer George L. tailor, 259 n Gay 
Bauer Henry, hodcarrier, 234 Canton av 
Bauer Henry, tailor, 127 Barre 
Bauer Jacob, laborer, 30 Thames 
Bauer John, tailor, 216 e Eager 
Bauer John, stevedore, 16.S s Bethel 
Bauer John, bakery, 358 Canton av 
Bauer John, laborer, 116 s Uurhatn 
Bauer John A. wireworker, 58 Chatsworth 
Bauer John A confectioner, 110 w Baltimore 
Bauer John, shoemaker, over 64 Harrison 
Bauer John, painter, 141 s Exeter 
Bauer John (J. harncssmaker, 58 Chatsworth 
Bauer .Mar^'aret, laundress, 37 Oliver 
Bauer .Mrs. .Margaret, 297 s Duiham 
Bauer Mrs. Margaret, 192 Canton av 
Bauer Matthew, tailor, 136 n Eden 
Bauer Michael, milkman, 331 s Eutaw 
Bauer Werner, shoemaker, 37 L. McElderry 



Bauer Wm. scourer, 70 Pearl 
Bauerlein .Mrs. Barbara, milk, 1 St. Peter 
Bauerlein Mrs. Barbara, milk, 41 McKira 
Bauermfeind John, saloon, 94 s Wolfe 
Bauernschmidt George, laborer, lo5 Boston 
Bauernschniidt George, lager beer brewer, 

Belair av. near Chester 
Bauernschmidt John, brewery, foot Ridgely 

and 281 w Pratt 
Bauers Casper, shipcarpenter, 28 Philpot 
Bauers John, shipcarpenter, 28 Phili)ot 
Bauerschmidt Geo. laborer, 116s Durham 
Bauerschup John, laborer, 172 s Wolfe 
Bauersfeld Frederick, lager beer, 73 Park 
Bauersfeld Wm. baker, 73 Park 
Baugher J. C. (J. C. Baugher & Co.) 81 Mc- 

Culloh 
Baugher J. C. & Co. (J. C. Baugher,) impor- 
ters brandies, wines and cigars, 33 s Charles 
Baugher John, clerk, 19 s Howard 
Baughman Mrs. Ann, 79 Grundy 
Baughman Charles W. G. shoemaker, 6 Hoff- 
man, nr Walsh 
Baughman Mrs. Charlotte, 9 n Fremont 
Baughman Mrs. Elizabeth, 434 w Fa3'ette 
Baughman Geo. W. salesman, 434 w Fayette 
Baughman John W. painter, 799 w Baltimore 
Baughman Joseph K. painter, 467 Lexington, 

dw 46 n Schroeder 
Baughman Joshua K. painter, 108 Battery av 
Baughman Mrs. Margaret, 13 s Liberty 
Baughman Saml. W. painter, 6 Hoffman 
Bauhans Wm. grocery, 66 sPaca 
Bauhs August, currier, 18 L. Gough 
Baum Ellen, dry goods, 81 Pearl 
Baum Ernest, laborer, 177 s Bethel 
Baum Elizaljcth, 218 Saratoga 
Baum George, shoemaker, 58 n Howard 
Baum John, stove jobber, 59 Gough 
Baum John, tailor, rear 302 s Caroline 
Baum John, cooper, 237 s Durham 
Baum Koshman, butcher, 3 Fell's Pt. market, 

dw 225 s Wolfe 
Baum Moses, grocery, 50 n Howard, dw 50 n 

Liberty 
Bauraan Charles, (John H. Farber & Co.) s e 

cor. North and Pleasant 
Bauman George, laborer, 5 s Choptank 
Baunian George, boxinaker, 166 Mulberry 
Bauman George, paver, 73 Preston 
Bauuian Sacres, shoemaker, 43 Tessier 
Baumann Gerhardt, boxmaker, 166 Mulberry 
Bauniann Philij), lager beer, 43 n Frederick 
Bauuibach Andrew, tailor, 21 n Si)ring 
Bauuier Leonard, laborer, 83 Eastern av 
Baumer Sigmund. cooper, ,s9s Regester 
Baunigardner .Mrs. Elizai)etli, S5 l)ruid Hill av 
Baumgart Jacob, cabinet maker, 263 Hanover 
Baumgarten Adolphus, photograjiher, s w cor 

Baltimore and Exeter, dw 45 e Fayette 
Baumgarten Chas. cabinet maker, 69 s Dallas 
15aunigarten Joseph, tailor, 43 Brown 
Baumgarten S. & Son, (Selig and Wm. Baum- 
garten, ) engravers, 45 e Fayette 
Baumgarten Selig, (S. B. & Son,) 45 e Fayette 
Baumgarten Wm.' S. (S. B. .j- Son,) 45 e Fay- 
ette 
Baunigartner Adam, shoemaker, 23 Elizabeth 

lane 
Baunigartner Andrew, prop'r Webster Hall, 47 

Alliemarle 
Baunigartner John, clerk, 47 Albemarle 



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Baumgartner John, milk, Belairavnr cemet'j' 
Baumgartner Robert, clerk, 45 Albemarle 
Bauruhauer Edward, cabinet maker, over 3 

Clay, dw 9 Baker's ct 
Baumhauer Robert, printer, 9 Baker's ct 
Baumshla Henry, tailor, 284 s Charles 
BaumuUer John, shoemaker, 107 West 
Bans John, laborer, 107 Frederick av 
Bausch Catherine, confect'y, 351 Canton av 
Bausch Christopher, tobacconist, 90 Low 
Bausch Conrad, laborer, 351 Canton av 
Bausch Philip, tailor, 239 n Central av 
Bauskett John, attorney, 25 Law build' gs, dw 

58 Courtland 
Bausler Bernard, laborer, rear 231 Hughes 
Bausman Rev J. P. 304 w Fayette 
Bausmith Charles, moulder, Bethel nr McEl- 

derry 
Bausmith Charles, moulder, 175 n Eden 
Bausmith Wm. T. moulder, 133 n Bethel 
Bawden John H. clerk, 62 s Bond 
Bawden John, 72 s Caroline 
Bawn Robert, clerk, 97 Peirce 
Bawn Thomas, weaver, 97 Peirce 
Baxley Charles A. painter, 39 Holland 
Baxley David C. shoemaker, 39 Holland 
Baxley Mrs. Eliza, yeast cakes, 165Chesnut 
Baxley Dr. Henry W. 185 w Fayette 
Baxley J, Brown, pharmaceutist, se cor How- 
ard and Franklin 
Baxley J Brown & Co. (J. B. Baxley,) phar- 
maceutists, s w cor Franklin and Calvert 
Baxley James, blacksmith, 25 Chew 
Baxley Rebecca J. 81 Franklin 
Baxle}^ Sarah, 106 Orleans 
Baxley Thomas L. painter, 39 Holland 
Baxley Wm. H. tinner, 125 Hollins 
Baxter Elijah T. farmer, 366 Lexington 
Baxter Joseph V. clerk, 345 Light 
Baxter Michael, laborer, cor West and Creek al 
Baxter Michael, laborer. Falls road nr tollgate 
Baxter Michael, cor West and Leadenhall 
Baxter Mrs. Rachel E. confectioner, 100 Scott 
Baxter Wm. stonecutter, 230 Preston 
Baxter Wm. cooper, 122 Orleans 
Baxter Wm. mariner, 162 s Wolfe 
Bay George E. carpenter, n e cor German and 

Eutaw, dw 187 -Mulberry 
Bay Jane, 81 w Biddle 
Bay John W. (Belts & B.) 16 n Bond 
Bay Oliver, carpenter, Calvert, opp Calvert 

station, dw 211 Franklin 
Bayer Catherine, 69 s Regester 
Bayer Elizabeth, seamstress, 1000 w Pratt 
Bayer George, mer. tailor, 447 w Baltimore 
Bayer George C. confectioner, 166 Barre 
Bayer Louis, laborer, 306 s Sharp 
Bayer Michael, lime burner, 120 Boyd 
Bayer Peter, comb maker, 151 Stirling 
Bayfield tj^ Gregg. (John and James Gregg,) 

tanners, s e cor Holliday and Centre 
Bayfield James, 108 n Paca 



Bayhart Frederick, laborer, Canton av near 

Washington 
Bayles Bernard, ^Royston Bros. Jf Co.) 173 w 

Hoffman 
Bayless Albert J. bookkeeper, 113 n Front 
Bayless John T. carpenter, 92 e Madison 
Bayless Reuben, clerk, 15 s Schroeder 
Bayless Thos laborer, Patuxent nr O'Donnell 
Bayless Thomas, laborer, 157 Stirling 
Bayless Wm. rope maker, 157 Stirling 
Bayless Mrs. Wm. J., Chatsworth nr Mosher 
Bayley Charles, grocery, 22 nHigh 
Bayley Chas. F. slater, Druid Hill av nr Park 
Bayley Daniel K. police, 6 s Caroline 
Bayley James F. clerk. Bay view Asylum 
Bayley Mrs. Mary A., Druid Hill av nr Park 
Bayley R. P. & Co. (R. P. Bayley,) glass and 

queensware, 6 Hanover 
Bayley R. P.(R. P. Bayley & Co.) 633 wLom- 

bard 
Bayley Mrs. Sarah A. 22 s Calhoun 
Bayley Wm. draftsman, Druid Hill av nr Park 

entrance 
Baylies Charles F. & Bro. (C. F. and E. Bay- 
lies, ) grocers, s e cor Eden and Jefiferson 
Baylies Charles F. (Chas. F. Baylies & Bro.) 

55 Jefferson 
Baylies Edward, (C. F. Baylies cj- Bro.) 20 3 

Exeter 
Baylies George H. (James E. Tyson & Co.) 22 

Aisquith 
Baylies George H. clerk, 135 n Eden 
Baylies James L. real estate agent, 9 South, dw 

538 w Fayette 
Baylies John H. (C. W. Humrichouse ^~ Co.) 

350 e Baltimore 
Baylies Mrs. Susan, 350 e Baltimore 
Baylies Wm. T. clerk, 350 e JBaltimore 
Baylis George H. laborer, 4oO w Lombard 
Baylis James R. machinist, 400 w Lombard 
Baylis John W. farmer, 400 w. Lombard 
Baylis Reuben, clerk, 15 s Schroeder 
Baylor Wm. C. clerk, 142 Lexington 
Bayly George W. clerk, Howard house 
Bayly George J. clerk, 525 w Fayette 
Baylv Hamilton J. (Hax & Bayly,) 127 w 

Biddle 
Bavly Thomas R. clerk, 127 w Biddle 
Bayly Jlrs. Wm. F. 525 w Fayette 
Baynard Mrs. Eliza, 7 Cathedral 
Baynard Dr. George, 7 Cathedral 
Bavne A. clerk, 159 w Lombard 
Bayne & Adams, (G. C. D. Bayne, W. T. 

Adams, ) produce, 6 Barre 
Bayne Benj. C. pilot, 264 e Lombard 
Bayne Benj. C. jr., copper smith, 264 e Lom- 
bard 
Bayne Daniel, clerk, Townsend nr Fremont 
Bayne George C. D. (B. & Adams,) 49 Hill 
Bayne John N. bricklayer, 190 n Caroline 
Bayne Lawrence P. 572 w Fayette 
Bayne Wm. & Co. ( Wm. and P. Bayne, ) whole- 
sale grocers and com. merch. 19 Commerce 
Bayne Patterson, (Wm. Bayne & Co ) 159 w 

Lomliard 
Bayne Wm. (Wm. B. & Co.) Townsend near 

Fremont 
Bayne Wm. C. laborer, 324 n Republican 
Bayne Wm. H. mariner, 264 e Lombard 
Bayne Wm. H. salesman, 572 w Fayette 
Baynes George B. bookkeeper, Mosher near 
Druid Hill av 



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BAYNES JAMES & SON, (James and John 
B. Bayaes, ) wool, HoUinfrsworth nr Lombard 
Baynes James, (J. Baynes & Son,) and [irest. 
Freedinen's Savings and Trust Co., Mosher 
near Druid Hill av 
Baynes John, buy presser. 207 e Madison 
Baynes John II. clerk, 72 s Ilijih 
Bavnes John B. (J. Baynes & Son,) Mosher nr 

bniid Hill av 
Baynes Joseph P. hay and straw, s e cor Mon- 
ument and Eden, dw 207 e Madison 
Baynes Thos. k Son, (T. & W. W. Baynes,) 

fertilizers, 130 McElderry's whf 
Baynes Thomas, (T.'B. & Son,) cor Pratt and 

Choptank 
Baynes Wni. W. (T. B. & Son,) 116 s Chester 
Bayrle (Jeorge, shoemaker, 131 s Fremont 
Bayview Asylum, Eastern av ext, betw Phila- 
delphia and MtCarmel cemetery roads 
Bayview Brewery, Eastern av ext'd, Henry 

Ohrman, supt 
Bayzand W^m. H. magistrate, 9 Law buildings, 

St. Paul, dw Mansion house 
Beach Capt. Frank, U. S. A., Fort McHenry 
Beach Jlrs. Maria, 10 s Central av 
Beach \Vm. J. car)>enter, 146 Druid Hill av 
Beach Wm. J. conductor, 492 Franklin 
Beach Wm. H. plowmaker, 10 s Central av 
Beacham Charles L. F. clerk, 2 n Broadway 
Beacham F. B. clerk, 670 Lexington, 
Beacham Geo. mariner, 48 William 
Beacham Geo. engineer, Clinton e of Elliott 
Beacham J. S. & Bro. (J. S. Beacham, S. T. 
Beacham,) marine railway and ship yard, 
Covington foot of Warren 
Beacham Mrs. James A. 140 s Broadway 
Beacham John S. (J. S. B. & Bro.) 273 w 

Lombard 
Beacham J. Summers,(Lake & B.) 273 w Lom- 
bard 
Beacham Lenox, boilermaker, 58 Lee 
Beacham Margaret, grocery, Clinton s of El- 
liott 
Beacham Samuel T. (J. S. Beacham & Bro.) 

670 Lexington 
Beachamp Charles E. clerk, 44 Warren 
Beachamp Wm. A. clerk, 14 Warren 
Beachner Geo. sawyer, 219 Chesnut 
Beadencopf Mrs. Kmeline, stationey, 8 Ensor 
Beadencopf Henry, clerk, 8 Ensor' 
Beadencopf Martin, baker, 8 Ensor 
Beadencopf Wm. morocco dresser, 8 Ensor 
Beahan John S. 70 Lexington 
Beal John, butcher, 5 Chapel 
Bea! Solon, collector. 121 e Monument 
Beale Mrs. Wm. E. 93 n Bond 
Beall A. Brooke, bookkeeper, 92 Saratoga 
Beall Alpheus, asst. weigher C. H., Fountain 

hotel 
Beall Alpheus, carpenter, 442 Walsh 
Beall Mrs. Benj. L. 53 McCulloh 
Beall Berryman B. 191 Franklin 
Beall Mrs. Cliarlotte, dressmaker, 162 n Bond 
Beall Edward S. bookkeeper, 92 Saratoga 
Beall George T. (Ditty & B.) 286 w Fayette 
Beall Thomas B. (Treiber, Beall & Co.) 197 

Druid Hill av. 
Beall W. Francis, police, 78 s Caroline 
Beulmear Mrs. Ann J. Hollins, betw Mount 

and Fulton 
Bealmear J. Francis, (Armstrong, Cator&Co.) 
48 n Calhoun 



Bealmer James A., Hollins, betw Mount and 

Fulton 
Bealmer Samuel, millinery, straw and fancy 

goods, s e cor Liberty and Lexington, dw 

Hollins, betw Mount and Fulton 
Bealmer Thos. clerk, 88 Cohimlna 
Bealmer Wm. B. clerk, Hollins, betw Mount 

and Fulton 
Beals Dyodorus S. (G. N. Cady & Co.) 307 e 

Eager / 

Beam Andrew, laborer, 197 n Fremont 
Beam David, mariner, 149 s Ann 
Beam Esaias K. druggist, n wcor Charles and 

Read 
Beam George, plumber, 149 s Ann 
Beam Isaac R. apothecary, n w cor Charles 

and Read 
Beam Jacob, laborer, 16 Burke, Canton 
Beam James P. police, 154 George 
Beam John, butcher, McElderry ext 
Beam John H. salesman, 66 McMechin 
Beam Lewis H. boatman C. H., 154 George 
Beaman George, laborer, 25 Cannon 
Beaman William, broommaker, cor Franklin 

and Eutaw, dw 282 Hollins 
Beaman Wm. A. com. merch't, 43s Frederick, 

dw 2S2 Hollins 
Beamer Wm. H 580 w Fayette 
Beamstafer John, tailor. 299 s Durham 
BEAN DR. JAMES B.' dentist, 58 Saratoga, 

dw Barnum's hotel 
Bean John H. pilot, 171 Bank 
Bean Joseph H. boatbuilder, 97 Block, dw 24 

Spring Row 
Bean Mrs. Sue, 203 w Hoffman 
Bean Mrs. Thomas A. 177 s Broadway 
Bean Thomas L. clerk, 16j n Charles 
Bean W'm. H. junk, 183 William 
Beans Elias, engineer, 437 w Lombaj-d 
Bear & Ash, (L. Bear, I. Ash,) clothiers, 104 

Light Bt whf 
Bear L. (B. & Ash,) 11 Camden 
Bear Henry, grocery, 124 n Dallas 
Bear John W. 18 n Poppleton 
Bear Margaret, patterns, Irt n Poppleton 
Beard Mrs. Catherine, 56 Penna. av 
Beard Mrs. Catherine, huckstress, 95 n Spring 
Beard Charles E. clerk, Lanvale, nr Penna. av 
Beard Charles R. 15 n Strieker 
Beard Daniel, bricklayer, 161 Hughes 
Beard David, 130 n Front 
Beard Eliza A. 439 n Gay 
Beard Geo. W. tinner, 309 w Pratt 
Beard Hy. C. clerk Haruden Exp. 197 Conway 
lieard ('apt. John, jr., harbor master, 60 Lee 
Beard Joseph, 19 n Front 
Beard Louis J. ])rinter, 57 Columbia 
Beard Maria, 57 Coliimliia 
Beard .Mary E. dressmaker, 420 Saratoga 
Beard Ubediah A. farmer, 420 Saratoga 
Beard Samuel, coachmaker, 150 Front, n of 

Foundry 
Beard Capt. Timotliy I). 83 s Ann 
Beard Wm. R. blacksmith, 57 Columbia 
Beard Wm. D. carpenter, 60 Lee 
Beard Wm. W. paper hanger, 439 n Gay 
Beardsley Isaac, machinist, 113 Harford av 
Bearman August, wagoner, 167 King 
Bearry Mrs. Margaret, seamstress, Fremont, 

nr i'enna. av 
Bearsch I'hilip, barber, 217 Canton av 
Bearsmidtt^ John, tailor, 174 Sarah Ann 



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Beastell Margaret, 95 Raborg 

Beastell Wm. H. clerk, 95 Raborg 

Beasten Charles, jr. attorney, 47 St. Paul, dw 

Gilmor bouse 
Beaten bach Andrew, laborer, 284 s Dallas 
Beatley Mrs. Mary J. 28 Shakspeare 
Beatley Capl. Nathaniel, mariner, 234 Bank 
Beatley Wm. H. letter carrier, 172 e Baltimore 
Beatson George H. clerk, 112 s Sharp 
Beatson John, teller. National Exchange Bank, 

dw 210 w Lombard 
Beatty Charles W. agent Bellona Gunpowder 
Co., 153 w Pratt, dw Baltimore Co. near 
Catonsville 
Beatty George, 304 e Baltimore 
Beatty Dr. George D. 175 w Hoffman 
Beatty Geo. W. wheelwright, 484 w Lombard 
BEATTY JAMES & CO. (Jas. Beatty, Geo. 
R. Skillman,) cracker bakers, 92, 94, 96 
Diigan's wharf, office 124 w Pratt 
Beatty Jas. (Jas. Beatty (S,* Co.) SoCourtland 
Beatty James, 4 s Republican 
Beatty John T. bricklayer, 14 s Central av 
Beatty John B. 86 Walsh 
Beatty John W. carpenter, 12 McElderry 
Beatty Joseph, jr., paper hanger, 135 s High 
Beatty Joseph, baker, 135 s High 
Beatty Michael, laborer, 5 Foster al 
Beatty Michael, laborer, 73 s Spring 
Beatty Thomas L. carpenter, 105 s Exeter 
Beatty Wm. blacksmith, 16 Barre, dw 27 Lee 
Beatty Wm H. letter carrier, 172 e Baltimore 
Beatty Wm. J. A. baker, 135 s High 
Beatty Wm. B. moulder, 203 Ramsay 
Beaucham David, mariner, 67 Battery av 
Beauchamp John J. painter, 136 s Howard 
Beauchamp John S. shoemaker, 136 s Howard 
Heauchamp Robert S. uier. tailor, 1S9 w Pratt 
Beauchamp Thomas B. 79 Warner 
Beauchamp Thomas B. barkeeper, 36 w Pratt 
Beauchamp Capt. Wm. S. 307 Saratoga 
Beauchamp Wm. S. mariner, 9 s Greene 
Beaufort Sarah J. 52 Walsh 
Beaver James W. mariner, 125 Stirling 
Beavers George, car inspector, N. C. R. R., 

39 Oliver 
Beavers James S. salesman, 89 Hanover 
Beazley George P. engineer, 74 Battery av 
Beazley James, copper smelter, Clinton, s of 

Boston 
Belue August, artist, 9^ n Eutaw 
Becheimer Leonbardt, baker, 103 Granby 
Bechel Henry, wheelwright. Pierce nr Fremont 
Becher Ernst, tailor, 145 Columbia 
Becher George, varnisher, 338 Mulberry 
Bechler Sigmund, dyer and scourer, '712 w 

Baltimore 
Bechman Nicholas, painter, 57 s Durham 
Bechmann Max, harness maker, 43 Lancaster 
BECHTEL JOHN W. plumber and stove 
dealer, 93 n Eutaw, dw 93 Mulberry. [See 
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Bechtold Henry, shoemaker, 69 Orleans 

Bechtold John, laborer, 58 Elliott 

Bechtold Wm. cabinet maker, s e cor Ensor 
and Madison 

Beck August, carter, 75 Bank 

Beck Adara, tailor, 138 Orleans 

Beck August, lager beer brewery. Garrison la 
nr Western Cemetery, dw 695 w Fayette 

Beck Conrad, barber, 351 n Gay 

Beck Conrad, shoemaker, 70 s Fremont 

Beck Conrad, laborer, 23 Shakspear 

Beck David, laborer, 263 n Bond 

Beck Ernest W. silversmith, 149 e Fayette 

Beck Francis, tailor, 248 s Dallas 

Beck Fred'k, carter, Fort av betw. Lawrence 
and Johnson 

Beck Frtd'k, grocer, 432 n Gay 

Beck Frederick, canes and umbrellas, 144 w 
Baltimore 

Beck Frederick, butcher, 6 Cross st market, 
dw 8 Brown 

Beck Fred'k W. (F. \Y . Beck & Co.) 56 Court- 
land 

Beck F. W. ^ Co. (F. W. Beck, E. W. Siebert, ) 
tobacco manufrs. 130 North 

Beck George, beer brewery, 360 Penna. av 

Beck George, cabinet and furniture dealer, 42 
Harrison 

BECK GEO. W. rest' nt, 76 Centre Market sp 

Beck G. Herman, (BoUman, Beck & Co.) 133 
German 

Beck Henry, bottler, 13 s Frederick 

Beck Henry, laborer, 82 Eastern av 

Beck J. Frederick, coach painter, 25 w Riddle 

Beck Jacob, tobacconist, s w cor of Gay and 
Caroline 

BECK JOHN, cooper and coopers' tools, 28 
William, dw and tavern 30 William 

Beck John, barber, 39 Thames, dw 278 s Ann 

Beck John, grocery, 276 e Pratt 

Beck John, shoemaker, 112 Hamburg 

Beck John M. clerk, 30 William 

Beck John, butcher, 95 Lexington and 16 Rol- 
lins markets, dw Western Cemetery la 

Beck John, engineer, 355 Cathedral 

Beck John, puddler, 230 s Wolfe 

Beck John G. piano maker, 20 New Church 

Beck Joseph, shoemaker, 596 Penna. av 

Beck Jos. A. painter, 10 Orleans 

Beck Louis, shoemaker, 264 Aliceanna 

Beck Mrs. Lena, 230 s Wolfe 

Beck Ludwig, shoemaker, 132 n Caroline 

Beck Mrs. Mary, confectionery, 132 n Caroline 

Beck Mrs. Maria E. furnishingstore, 115 n Gay 

Beck Michael, paver, 372 e Eager 

Beck Peter, fireman, 48 s Republican 

Beck Philip, huckster, Penna. av nr toll gate 

Beck Philip, whip maker, 55 McElderrv 

Beck Philip H. glazier, 55 McElderry 

Beck Rudolph, bookbinder, lis Frederick 

Beck Sophia, 410 Division 

BECK THOMAS, Rock Spring lager beer 

brewery, Baltimore cor Calverton road 
Beck Wm. printer, 7 s Washington 
Beck Wenzel, shoemaker, 596 Penna. av 
Beck Wm. R. wagoner, 319 Mulberry 
Beck Wm. R. (McCahan & B.) 66 n Eden 
Beckel Lewis, sawyer, 69 Eastern av 
Beckel Mrs. Mary, grocery, 69 Eastern av 
Beckenbaugh Geo. bookkeeper, 38 s Eutaw 
Beckenbaugh W. 0. auctioneer, Mansion house 
Beckenbaugh Wm. 0. clerk, 184 w Baltimore 



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Beckenheimer Mrs. Mena, second-hand furni- 
ture, cor L. Hampstead and Eden 
Becker August, tailor, 238 Barre 
Becker August, shoemaker, 80 Druid Hill av 
Becker August^ shoemaker, 259 Hamburg 
Becker & Bro. ^Francis and Christian Becker) 

merchant tailors, 229 Eastern av 
Becker & Brothers, (C, F. & L. Becker, ) cigar 
manufacturers and dealers in leaf tobacco, 
94 \v Lombard 
Becker Charles, shoemaker, 2 Broad al 
Becker Charles, shoemaker, 54 Portland 
Becker Charles, 51 Diamond 
Becker Charles, carter, 104 Mullikin 
Becker Charles, clerk, 102 n Gay 
Becker Charles, (Becker & Bros.) 151 Barre 
Becker Christian, tinner, 210 Canton av. dw 

215^ s Broadway 
Becker Christian, (B. ^ Bro.) 229 Eastern av 
Becker Christian, restaurant, 21 5^ s Broadway 
Becker Christian, beer, 148 Light st whf 
Becker Conrad H. furniture, 255 w Pratt 
Becker Conrad, laborer, 23 Walnut al 
Becker Conrad, carpenter, 309 Mulberry 
Becker Mrs. Elizabeth, 51 Diamond 
Becker Emanuel, drayman, 148 Light st whf 
Becker Francis, (B. & Bro.) 229 Eastern av 
Becker Fred'k, (B. & Bros.) 151 Barre 
Becker Frederick, clerk, 266 s Broadway 
Becker Fred'k, tailor, 151 s Broadway 
Becker Frederick, shoemaker, over 167 n Gay 
Becker Geo. butcher, 23 Fell's Point market, 

dw Lancaster nr Clinton 
Be''ker Geo. W. (B. & Struth.) 303 w Pratt 
Becker Geo. W. clothing cutter, 61s Ann 
Becker Henry, tailor, TSj s Bond 
Becker Henry, 151 Barre 
Becker Henry, (B. & Wagner,) 122 Conway 
Becker Henry, (Kumraer & B.,) 431 Walsh 
Becker Henry, tavern, 102 n Gay 
Becker Henry, shoemaker, 105 Lee 
Becker Henry, shoemaker, 122 Conway 
Becker John G. clerk, 154 n p]xeter 
Becker John D. clerk, 154 n Exeter 
Becker John, blacksmith. V6 Somerset 
Becker J. A. H. teller, Chesapeake Bank, 154 

n Exeter 
Becker John, laborer, *72 Towson 
Becker Louis, (Becker & Bros.) 151 Barre 
Becker Louis, shoemaker, 156 Cathedral 
Becker Louis, clerk, 515 Lexington 
Becker Margaret, grocery, 515 Lexington 
Becker Nicholas, upholsterer, 3 Chesnut 
Becker Nicholas, tavern, n w cor Eastern av 

and President 
Becker Philip, (B. & Wagner.) 38 Harrison 
Becker Philip, blacksmith, 23 n Frederick 
Becker Sevzerine, tailor, 85 e Lombard 
Becker Mrs. Sophia, grocery, 75| s Bond 
BECKER & STRUTH, (Geo. W. Becker, C. 
Struth,) wholesale liquors and wines, 303 w 
Pratt 
Becker Wm. shoemaker, over IGY n Gay 
Becker & Wagner, (Philip B., Wm. Wagner, 
Henry Becker, ) box makers, 47 n Frederick 
Becker Wm. driver, 148 Light st whf. 
Becker Wm. locksmith, 710 w Baltimore 
Becker Wm. basket maker, 188 Eastern av 
Beckett George H. driver, Adams Exp. 190 a 

Eutaw 
Beckett John 0. machinist, 190 s Eutaw 
Beckett Patience, grocery, 190 s Eutaw 



Beckett Thos. engineer, 190 s Eutaw 
BeckLam Lee A. clerk with Thomsen & Block, 

33 Courtland 
Beckheimer Leonhardt, baker, 103 Granby 
Beckhouse August, baker, over 133 n Bond 
Becklcy H. M. salesman, 244 w Baltimore 
Beckley John W. police, 58 s Carey 
Beckley Wm. H. pa])er hanger, 202 n Gay 
Beckman Francis, blacksmith. West bet. Light 

and William 
Beckman Frederick, gas fitter, 47 Clay 
Beckman John, shoemaker, 33 Albemarle 
Beckmeyer Wm. i)orter, 75 McElderry 
Beckraeyer Wm. jr. baker, 75 McElderry 
Beckner John, carpenter, 101 s Regester 
Becktol John, police, 96 e Madison 
Beckum Ada, laundress, 2,")3e Biddle 
Beckum Charles, huckster, 104 Mullikin 
Beckwith David G. coojier, IBSGough 
Beckwith Franklin, boatman, 8 Fell 
Beckwith Horace, laborer, 4 L Gough 
Beckwith Mrs. Mary, trimmings, 183 Gough 
Becrafi Elizabeth, Lanvale nr Division 
Becraft Henry, mariner, 176 s Eden 
Becraft Peter, 59 Mound 

Bedecker Henry, hair spinner, 5 Frederick av 
Bedell James H. engineer, 7 Cambridge 
Bedford & Houlton, (John R. D. B., Samuel 
C. Houlton,) attorneys and conveyancers, 
n w cor Lexington and St. Paul 
Bedford .lohn R. D.(B. & Houlton, ) 42 St. Paul 
Bedford Thomas, brakesman, 210 Barre 
Bedford Wm. 3d Portland 
Bedgar Mrs. Christiana, second hand dealer, 

65 Penna. av 
Bedler Jacob, cabinetmaker, 8 Edward 
Bednock Wenzel, cabinet maker, 255 s Ann 
Bee Henrv, pattern maker, 52 Greenmount av 
Bee Philip, laborer, 337 s Bond 
BEEBE L. M. & BRO. (L. M. & C. S. Beebe,) 
wooden ware and cordage, 94 w Lomi)ard 
Beebe L. M. (L. M. Beebe & Bro.) 163 w Lom- 
bard 
Beebe Charles S. (L. M, Beebe & Bro.) Foun- 
tain hotel 
Beebe Thaddeus, blacksmith, 180 George 
Beecher Euseba I. 204 n Eutaw 
Beecher Margaret S. 204 n Eutaw 
Beecher Marion, 204 n Eutaw 
Beecher Wm N. clerk, 204 n Eutaw 
Beecher W.W. & Co., (W. W. Beecher, M. 
Martin,) druggists, n w cor Park and Lex- 
ington 
Beecher Wm. W. (W. W. Beecher & Co.) 204 

n Eutaw 
Beefclt p]dward, cigar maker, 158 Columbia 
Beefelt Wm. H. police, 156 Columbia 
Beehl Michael, tailor, 2 Irvin pi 
BeehlerCassimer, telegraphist, Barnum's hotel 
Beehler Chas. W. ship carpenter, 27 Hill 
Bcehler Francis, unbrella, whip and crutch 
manuf. 235 w Baltimore, dw 624 Lexington 
Beehler Francis T. whijjmakcr, 624 Lexington 
Beehler Jacob II. grocery, 114 n Caroline 
Bcek John, driver, 66 Jasper 
Beeks John, laborer, 394 Eastern av 
Beeler Charles, cooper, 71 Portland 
Beeler Henry S. ticket agent, B. & 0. R. R., 

59 s Eutaw 
Beeler Louis F. agent B. & 0. R. R., European 

whf. Locust Point, dw 44 s Broadway 
Beer H. L. clerk, 65 e Baltimore 



The GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE is the 



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Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

ACiKNTS FOli 

Eoseniale Cement aM Plaster, 

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Beer Lisette P. 65 e Baltimore 

Beer Patrick, restaurant, 63 President 

Bees Freclericl<;, shoemaker, 176 Columbia 

Bees Fred'k, shoemaker, 491 w Lombard 

Beetle}' Jame« R. carpenter, 242 Eastern av 

Beetl^y Jos. L. tobacconist, 161 e Pratt 

Beetley Robert S. carpenter, 42 n Broadway 

Befferraann Henry, laborer, 167 Hughes 

Begin Philip, laborer, 243 n Bond 

Behler Charles, turner, 71 Portland 

Behlmer John, laborer, 227 s Bethel 

Behn Henry, clerk, 28 North 

Behn Christian, barkeeper, 300 w Pratt 

Behr Casper, butcher, 27 s Regester 

Behr Jacob, laborer, 45 Aliceanna 

Behr Nicholas, 241 Canton av 

BEHR WM. fvines, liquors and seltzer water, 

10 n Gay 
Behrend Jacob, clerk, 238 Lexington 
Behreuds Cusel, millinery goods, 152 Lexington 
Behrends Leopold, dry goods, 61 n Howard 
Behrens Bernard, cabinetmaker, 270 n Gay 
Behrens Conrad, boiler maker, 295 s Charles 
Behrens Frederick, coachmaker, 69 L. Church 
Behrens Frederick, laborer, 13 e Lombard 
Behrens Henry, sr. machinist, 302 s Charles 
Behrens Henry P. silverplater, 302 s Charles 
Behrens Jacob, laborer, 81 Bank 
Behrens Jacob, watchmaker, 93 n Gay 
Behrens John, clerk, 225 w Pratt 
Behrens Joseph, shoemaker, Charles nr Cross 
Behrens Theodore, laborer, 48 s Regester 
Behrens Mrs. Theresa, milliner, 270 n Gay 
Behringer John G. confectioner, 370 Saratoga 
Behringer John, candymaker, 169 King ■ 
Behry Richard, grocery and liquor, 106 Sarah 

Ann 
Beier Belthazer, hostler, 268 s Ann 
Beier Fred, harness maker, 358 Light 
Beier John, shoemaker, 12 Baker's et 
Beiger John, carver, 172 Sarah Ann 
Beiger iMichael, lager beer, 172 Sarah Ann 
Beiger Mrs. Y. 125 s Spring 
Beikirch Lawrence, tailor, 104 Peirce 
Beil Anthony, laborer, 5 Choptank nr Canton 

avenue 

BEIL JOHN, Artificial Flowers, 
130 Lexington. 



Beilett Geo. H. blacksmith, 303 Canton av 
Beilman John G. grocery, 269 William 
Bein Chas. watchmaker, 84 Lexington 
Bein Henry, cabinet maker, 236 Aliceanna 
Beine Joseph, car driver, 200 w Fayette 
Beinke Harman, grocery, 96 Low 
Beinlein Frederick, laborer, 97 Battery av 
Beinleine Bernkratz, laborer, rear 56 Cross 
Beinleiae, Mrs. C. grocery, 3 Leadenhall 
Beinleine Joseph, laborer, 91 Johnson 
Beisheim Nicholas, painter. 77 s Regester 



Beissler George F. tailor, 339 e Lombard 

Beiswanger John, grocery, 266 s Howard 

Beitrof Wolf, laborer, 58 Essex 

Beitz Herman, clothing cutter, 253 w Pratt 

Beitzel Daniel, shoemaker, 118 s Howard 

Beitzel Francis, shoemaker and findings, 116 
Henrietta 

Beker John, blacksmith, 76 Somerset 

Belas John, rigger, 90 s Wolfe 

Belbin Chas. T. shipsmith, foot of Covington, 
dw 83 Gough 

Belbin Wm. blacksmith, 77 s Bond 

Belden James, conveyancer, over Cheasapeake 
Bank, North 

Belein Francis, cigarmaker, 189 s Ann 

Beiger John, clerk, 93 n Exeter 

Belitsk Joseph, laborer, 32 Thames 

Belitski Edward, barber, 44 w Fayette, dw 
Forrest nr Low 

Belitz Adalbert, bookkeeper, n w cor Walsh 
and Dolphin 

Belitz Charles, bookkeeper, 44 w Baltimore 

Belknap Eben, watchmaker, 243 n Charles 

Bell Abraham, porter, courthouse, 17 s Wash- 
ington 

Bell AdelbertT. clerk, 82 s Bond 

Bell Alexander, (H. Straus, Bro. ^ B.)North- 
ern av, bet Belair and Harford avs 

Bell Albert, horses, 5 s Greene 

Bell Albert S. printer. 111 n Pine 

Bell Alfred, butcher, Cumberland nr Pennaav 

Bell Andrew, carpenter, 34 Dolphin 

Bell & Burnett, (R. A. B., C. S. Burnett. ) pat. 
carriage tops, 46 s Eutaw 

Bell Daniel, engineer, 45 s Oregon 

Bell David S. millinery goods, 84 n Greene 

Bell Edward E. engineer, 189 Ramsay 

Bell Edward H. wheelwright, 92 Granby 

Bell Frank, cooper, 901 w Lombard 

Bell George, tin and sheet iron worker, 859 w 

Baltimore 
Bell George, machinist, 92 Granby 
Bell George W. clerk, 123 w Biddle 
Bell George W. laborer, 60 n Oregon 
BELL GEORGE W. C. magistrate, 76 w Fay- 
ette, dw 367 Lexington 
Bell Rev Henry, 26 Camden 
Bell Henry C. tinner, 790 w Baltimore 
Bell Henry C. clerk, 58 n Republican 
Bell Henry, apothecary, 1 13 w Fayette 
Bell Isaac H. engineer, 487 w Pratt 
Bell Isaac H. laborer, 164 Ramsay 
Bell James, (Ward, Bell & Co.) 2 n Poppleton 
Bell James B. merchandise broker, 46 w Lom- 
bard, dw 24 s Carey 
Bell James J. paperstainer, 130 n Pine 
Bell James, bookkeeper, malthouse, s w cor 

North and Saratoga 
Bell J. Cornelius, 111 n Pine 
Bell James H. clerk, 55 Josephine 
Bell James H. fireman, 106 L. Greene 
Bell Mrs. Jemima, confectioner. 104 s Poppleton 
Bell Jehu A. millwright, 46 s Schroeder 
Bell John, potter, 210 German 
Bell John, com. merchant, 102 Light st. whf. 

dw 114 s Paca 
Bell John, conductor, 438 w Lombard 
Bell John E. moulder, 175 s Charles 
Bell John, jr., stone cutter, 187 Forrest 
Bell John E. grocer, 104 s Poppleton 
Bell John H. insp. weights and measures, 316 
w Fayette 



Best for all purposes. Sales room, 181 Baltimore-st. See p. 4. Advt. 



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Bell John T. laborer, 42 Essex 
Bell John W. millwright, 123 w Biddle 
Bell Mrs. Margaret, 245 e Fayette 
Bell Maria S. dressmaker, 46 s Eutaw 
Bell Maria, 141 Hanover 
Bell Marion, engineer, 301 s Bond 
Bell Mrs. Mary, 379 Lexington 
Bell Nelson H clerk, 11 Townsend 
Bell Richard H. ship carpenter, 73 a Bond 
Bell Richard, gilder, 47 s Ann 
Bell Richard A. (B. & Burnett,) 46 s Eutaw 
Bell Samuel K. J. laborer, 17 s Washington 
Bell Samuel, butcher, 44 Orleans 
Bell Seneca P. iron moulder, 4 McHenry 
Bell Thaddeus, machinist, 299 n Eutaw 
Bell Thomas B. (Bell & Wolf,) 155 Forrest 
Bell Thomas, stone cutter, 318 Forrest 
Bell Mrs. Thomazin Y. tailoress, 93 Hillen 
■Bell & Thompson, (W. W. B., George Thomp- 
son,) provisions, 148 e Pratt 
Bell U. Sinclair, clerk, 60 Lanvale 
Bell Wallace W. insp. of cigars int. rev. 225 e 

Pratt 
Bell Walter, gunsmith, 233 n Bond 
Bell \\ . Hamilton, 281 e Monument 
Bell Wm. stone cutter, 55 Josephine 
Bell Wm. H. huckster, 156 Dover 
Bell & Wolf, (Thos. B. Bell, M. W. Wolf,) to- 
bacconists, 155 Forrest 
Bell Wm. E. C. (Ward, Bell & Co.) 2 n Pop- 

pleton 
Bell Wm. carter, 31 Barnes 
Bell Wm. W. (B. & Thompson) 225 e Pratt 
Bell Wm. D. carpenter, 43 n Central av 
Bellau Henry, whitewasher, 33 Goodman al 
Belle Francis, tailor, 28 L. Hampstead 
Bellen Benj. laborer, 27 Foster al 
Bellerbaum Engelbrecht, upholst'r, 18 Granby 
Bellerman Charles F. druggist, 22 Sarah Ann 
Bellman Emanuel, tailor, 22 Sarah Ann 
Bellman Elizabeth, confectionery, 118 Front, 

n of Foundry 
Bellman John, engineer, 50 Buren 
Bellmer Conrad, carter, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Bellmont Fanny, 33 New Church 
Bellona Gunpowder Co., Charles W. Beatty 

agent, office 153 w Pratt 
Belschner George, laborer, 4 Green's ct 
Belschner John, cigar maker, 4 Green's ct 
Belt Elisha, blacksmith, 32 n Poppleton 
Belt Eugene D. clerk, 86 Camden 
Belt Eugene N.(B.,Cahn& Co.) 128 w Madison 
Belt Francis, potter, 61 Booth 
Belt S. Sprigg, (T. Belt& Sons,) Baltimore co. 
Belt Samuel J. clerk, 151 n Gay 
Belt Thomas H. 143 w Hofifman 
BeltTrueman & Sons, (TruemanBelt, sr., True- 
man Belt, jr., S. S. Belt, ) tobacco, grain and 
com. merchants, 1 Ellicott 
BeltTrueman, sr. (T. B. & Sons, ) 194 w Biddle 
Belt Trueman, jr. (T. B & Sons, ) 194 w Biddle 
Belt Huiiiiihrey, blacksmith, 387 Franklin 
Beltz Casper, laborer, 4 Bolton al 
Beltz Hartman, shoemaker, 200 s Bond 
Beltz Isadore, bandbox maker, 4 Bolton al 
Beltz John, butcher, 4 Bolton al 
Beltz Peter, boiler maker, 4 Bolton al 
BolvidcrcCoal Oil Refinery, North near Eag^r, 

F. B. Capron & Co. proprietors 
Belvin J<;lin A. jr. clerk, 311 Linden av 
Belz John B. butcher, 31 Lexington market, 
dw Penna. av n of Northern av 



Belz John L. baker, 303 n Central av 
Belz Justis stevedore, rear 214 Canton av 
Belzner John, box maker, 248 Canton av 
Bemmish John, laborer, 18 Abbott 
Benbury Mrs. Annie, 536 w Fayette 
BenchoffC. Frederick, bookkeeper, 413 w Lom- 
bard 
Bendann Brothers. (Daniel and David Ben- 

dann, ) photographers, 207 w Baltimore 
Bendann Daniel, (B. Bros.) 203 St. Paul 
Bendann David, (B. Bros.) 203 St. Paul 
Bendann Fabish, 203 St. Paul 
Bendau Joseph, laborer, 32 Thames 
Bendell John, carpenter, 202 e Lombard 
Benden Thomas, engineer, 134 s Castle 
Bender Christian, lager beer, 84 Gough 
Bender Christian, baker, 10 Union 
Bender Frederick, locksmith, 41 Tessier 
Bender Fredericka, 75 n Central av 
Bender Henry, tailor, 116 Low 
Bender John, 851 w Baltimore 
Bender Joseph, harness maker, 45 Henrietta 
Bender Lucas, paper carrier, 245 Lemmon 
Bender Samuel, carpenter, 28 St. Mary 
Bender Walter G. engineer, Western hotel 
Bender Wm. stone cutter, 9 L. Gough 
Bendheim Levi, bookkeeper, 132 e Lombard 
Bendorff" August, tobacconist, n e cor Caroline 

and Canton av 
Bendorff Harman, cigar maker, n e cor Caro- 
line and Canton av 
Bendy Mrs. Eliza, seamstress, 20 Laurel 
Benedix Joseph, dry goods, n w cor Eden and 

Jefferson 
BENEFICIAL SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY 

OF MD., Chesapeake Bank building, s e cor 

Fayette and North 
Benesch Isaac, furniture dealer, 285 n Gay 
Benger Caroline, 100 Thames 
Benhardt Henry, laborer, 49 Leadenhall 
Benhardt John" M. locksmith, 29 s Bethel 
Benhoff Fred, collier, Clinton s of Boston 
Benjamin George, moulder, 222 e Fayette 
Benjamin Jacob, 81 Camden 
Benjamin Samuel, 110 n Caroline 
Beun Mrs Walter, 37 Courtland 
Benner Adam, butcher, 15 Richmond market, 

dw Liberty road 
Benner Charles, bricklayer, 10 s Oregon 
Benner Charles, cabinet maker, 297 s Bond 
Benner Elliott, paper bags, 94 Pearl 
Benner Elliott T. machinist, 94 Pearl 
Benner Ferdinand C. engineer, 19 Warren 
Benner Henry, stone mason, 126 s Spring 
Benner John, 29 Fawn 
Benner John, blacksmith, 159 East 
Benner Joseph, currier, 7 Port 
BENNER OTTO, magistrate, cor Baltimore 

and Paca, dw 92 I'enna. av 
Benner Otto, restaurant, 92 Penna. av 
Benner Samuel, machinist, 19 Warren 
Benner T. S. &Co. (T. S. & Wm. H. Benner,) 

stock and bill brokers, 6 Franklin building, 

North 
Benner Thaddeus S. bricklayer, 38 Cross 
Benner Thomas S. (T. S. Benner & Co.) 147 

Aisquith 
Benner Wm. H. (T. S. Benner & Co.) 147 

Aisquith 
Benner Wm. tailor, 5 Leadenhall 
Benner Wm. II. potter, 119 Jefferson 
Bennerburg John, confectioner, 9 Arch 



SMITH BEOS. & CO., Tailors and Cloth ers. Men and Boys' 



Snn Building, entrance South-st. 



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COIIMISSIOX M^CHANTS, 

Flour, Grain Seeds, <Scc. 

AOKNTS FOR 

Roseiilale Cement and Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 



Bennet John M. clerk, 369 e Baltimore 
Bennet Matthew, clerk, 42 w Biddle 
Bennet Mrs. Martha, 2 Neilson's ct 
Bennet Wm. J. 42 w Biddle 
Bennett Alfred, s w cor Greene and Saratoga 
Bennett Andrew, laborer, 61 Johnson 
Bennett Benjamin F. carpenter and builder, 

44 s Howard, dw 130 s Sharp 
BENNETT BROTHERS, (G. R., L. Emory 
and Thomas S. Bennett,) coal and wood 169 
n Howard 
Bennett Charles W. printer, 55 Lee 
Bennett Mrs. Catherine, 55 Lee 
Bennett David, watchman, 213 e Pratt 
Bennett D. Curtis, 25 Harford av 
Bennett Danl. H. carpenter, 9 Cambridge 
Bennett David T. cashier C. H., 47 n Fremont 
Bennett Edwin, china, glass, &c., 18 s Charleb, 

dw 419 n Central av 
BENNETT EDWIN, manufacturer of cane and 
Rockingham ware, s e cor Canton and Cen- 
tral avs and Eden near Canton av, dw419 n 
Central av 
Bennett Enoch, notion house, 326 w Baltimore, 

dw 80 n Paca 
Bennett Edward, advertising agent. 192 w 

Biddle 
Bennett Edward W., jr. plasterer, "251 e Pratt 
Bennett Mrs. Eliza, 285 e Eager 
Bennett Mrs. Effie B. milliner, 98 Lexington 
Bennett Edward W. wood and grocery. County 

wharf, dw 251 e Pratt 
Bennett F. W. & Co. (F. W, Bennett,) auc- 
tioneers and com. mers. 28 and 30 s Charles 
Bennett Francis W. (F. W. B. & Co.) 30 Mul- 
berry 
Bennett G. R. (Bennett Bros.) 1T5 n Howard 
Bennett George, mariner, 351 s Bond 
Bennett George, caulker, 321 Eastern av 
Bennett Geo. W. peddler, 118 St. Peter 
Bennett Geo. W. mariner, 87 Penna av 
Bennett Geo. W. pilot, Caroline near Biddle 
Bennett George I. carpenter, 141 Gough 
Bennett Henry, fisherman, 57 Cross 
Bennett Henry R. laborer, 1 Cannon 
Bennett Isaac M. carpenter, 9 Cambridge 
Bennett James, grocer, s e cor Howard and 

Lee 
Bennett James, clerk Sup. Court, 55 Lee 
Bennett James A. clerk, 369 e Baltimore 
Bennett John, tailor, 138 s Regester 
Bennett John, carpenter, 91 Lancaster 
Bennett John I. grocer, 263 s Broadway, dw 

251 e Pratt 
Bennett John I. wood, 251 e Pratt 
Bennett John L. puddler, O'Donnell near 

Patuxent 
Bennett John M. (Smith, B. & Co.) West Va. 
Bennett John, grocer, 218 Lexington 
Bennett John H. fireman, 55 Lee 
Bennett John, carpenter, 45 Fountain 



Bennett Joshua, machinist, 7 Front n of Foun- 
dry 
Bennett L. Emory, (B. Bros.) 329 n Eutaw 
Bennett L. H. tinner, 61 Johnson 
Bennett L. S. mariner, 10 Lee 
Bennett Mrs. Lewis, 187 Druid Hill av 
Bennett Louis, (Myers & B.) 162 n Calvert 
Bennett Mrs. Mary A. 329 n Eutaw 
Bennett Patrick, huckster, 12 L. McElderry 
Bennett P. Henry, claim agent, 2 Courtland 

dw 5 Penna av 
Bennett Philip, clerk, 99 n Exeter 
Bennett Richard A. 17 s High 
Bennett Robert, huckster, 321 Eastern av 
Bennett Richard W. bookkeeper, 329 n Eutaw 
Bennett Robert, carter, 84 s Republican 
Bennett Rufug,<larpenter, 70 McMechin 
Bennett Samuel E. inspector gas meters, 46 

Hill 
Bennett Samuel, clerk, 369 e Baltimore 
Bennett Silas B. collector, 98 Lexington 
Bennett Thomas S. (B. Bros.) 123e Monument 
Bennett Thomas J. clerk, 32 Hanover. 
Bennett Thos. iron moulder, 12 L. McElderry 
Bennett Thomas, hack driver, 1 1 Orbit al 
Bennett Wm. coachmaker, 126 Lee 
Bennett Wm. W. machinist, McHenry near 

Fulton 
Bennett Wm. T. clerk, 46 Hill 
Bennett Wm. puddler, Gist near Canton av 
Bennett Wm. H. carpenter, 9 Cambridge 
Bennett Dr. W. H. 95 s Broadway, dw 13 s 

Howard 
Benney David, brush maker, 179 Warner 
Benney Joseph, brush maker, 179 Warner 
Benney Wm. 0. shoemaker, 329 e Monument 
Bennezet George W. painter, 62 n Front 
Bennezet Mary, 62 n Front 
Bennezet Thomas K. plasterer, 62 n Front 
Bennig Aloysius, laborer, 56 Short 
Bennig Henry, blacksmith, 233 s Paca 
Benny John, shoemaker, 83 n Gay 
Benning John, broommaker, 230 Aliceanna 
Bennis John, laborer, 103 Preston 
Bennis Wm. laborer, 134 Dolphin 
Benoit C. Edward, (McGuire, B. & Co.) 192 

w Biddle 
Bensel Conrad, baker, 139 s Wolfe 
Bensel Henry, carpenter, 81 n Schroeder 
Bensel Henry, carpenter, Aisquith nr Biddle 
Bensel John, carpenter, 373 n Gay 
Bensehede Charles, painter, 32 Hampstead nr 

Ann 
Benser Mrs. Louisa, 145 s Spring 
Benseler August, tailor, 289 Columbia 
Bensler Henry, laborer, 298 Columbia 
Benson Mrs. A. 435 Canton av 
BENSON BENJ. S. founder, machinist, and 

water and gas pipe maker, 52 e Monument, 

dw 132 St. Paul 
Benson Elizabeth, confectionery, 127 Saratoga 
Benson Mrs. Ellen, 54 s Ann 
Benson Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 95 e Fayette 
Benson Francis A. (J. Fussell & Co.) 92 e 

Baltimore 
BENSON DR, GEO. W. 144 Hanover 
Benson Henry T. painter, 127 Saratoga 
Benson James, laborer, 53 Elizabeth la 
BenSon Joseph E. painter, 45 s High 
Benson Joseph B. painter, 283 s Paca 
Benson John S. carpenter, 283 s Paca 
Benson Mahlon, huckster, 125 8 Paca 



ClotMng, Marble Hall, 38 and 40 "West Baltimore Street. 
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Benson M. Kemp, clerk, 525J w Baltimore 
Benson Mrs. M. H. druggist,'55 Hill 
Benson Oliver E. clerk, 163 w Lombard 
Benson Dr. Philander V. office and apothecary, 

8 e corner Rollins and Oregon 
Benson Randolph S. 38 s Register 
Benson Stephen, carpenter, 185 Conway 
Benson Thomas J. mariner, 310 Aliceanna 
Benson Capt. Wm. B. mariner, 89 s Bond 
Benson Wm. mariner, 9 w Biddle 
Benson Wm. painter, 150 n Howard 



BENTEETf CHAS. S., Agent for 
Steinway's Pianos and Mason & 
Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, 80 w 
Fayette and 10 n Charles, dw 
Howard house. 



Benteen C. S., Howard house 

Benteen Mrs. Rebecca, 116 Pearl 

Benthall Capt. Rob't, mariner, 31 3 e Baltimore 

BenthalURob't, jr. mariner, 3i3 e Baltimore 

Benthall Wm. McR. bookkeep. 313 e Baltimore 

Bentlev Mrs. Amanda, 175 Mulberry 

Beiitley Charles E. (W. H. & C. E. B.) 48 e 

Baltimore 
Bentley Chas. W. pres't Baltimore steam boiler 

works, 25 s Front, dw Baltimore co 
Bentley Edward, bricklayer, 269 s Paca 
Bentley Geo. clerk, 175 Mulberry 
Bentley George, machinist, 550 w Lombard 
Bentley John E. draftsman, 40 n Front 
.Bentley Joseph, sr. machinist, 550 w Lombard 
.Bentley Joseph, jr. machinist, 550 W Lombard 
Bentley Peter, embroidery stamper, 48 e Bal- 
timore 
Bentley Thos. brickmaker. 269 s Paca 
Bentley Thomas, jr. brickmaker, 277 s Paca 
Bentley Wm. G. clerk, 86 Hanover 
BENTLEY W. H. & C. E. B. embroideries 

and stiimping, 132 Lexington 
Bentley W. H. ( W. H. «& C. E. B.) 48 e Bal- 
timore 
Benton Mrs. Amanda M. 9 s Carey 
Benton Charles H. tinner, 246 Penna. av 
Benton Chas. S. brass finish'r, 464 w Lombard 
Benton E. T. (A. W. Harman & Co.) 903 w 

Baltimore 
Benton Francis, carpenter, 263 West 
Benton Mrs. Hester Jane, 464 w Lombard 
Benton James M. coach painter, Leadeuball nr 

Cross 
Benton Jaa. H. brass finisher, 41 s Carey 
Benton Jos. expressman, 144 Scott 
Benton Samuel, cabinetmaker, 333 e Monument 
Benton Wm. D. laborer, 144 Scott 
Bentrup Fred'k, carter, 143 s Bethel 
Bentz John, laborer, 272 s Caroline 
Bentz George, mariner, 282 s Ann 
Bentz (ieorge W. laundry, Carroll hall, 1 s 

Calvert 
Benville Thomas, driver, 125 Pearl 
Benyes Harman, carpenter, 2,38 Columbia 
Benyes Henry, baker, 238 Columbia 
Benz Philip, mattress maker, cor McElderry 

and Caroline 
Benzing Nicholas, tailor, 72 Somerset 
BenzingcT liros. (John S. B., Jos. C. B.) plftir- 

maceulists, n e cor High and Baltimore 
Benzingcr Fred'k F. attorney, 19 Law Build- 
ings, dw 9 Barnet 



Benzinger John S. (Benziuger Bros.) 62 e 

Fayette 
Benzinger Joseph |!. (Benzinger Bros.) 46 n 

Front 
Benziuger "Matthias, 219 Madison av 
Bepperling Ludvvig, tailor, 120 n Dallas 
Bercheimer Catherine, seamstress, 376 s Charles 
Berck Julius, junk, 120 n Caroline 
Berens John, clerk, 225 w Pratt 
Berenger Z. T. butcher, McElderry ext 
Berenger Z. T. jr. McElderry ext 
Berg Albert B. book keeper, 14 George 
Berg Anne E. grocery, 107 Raborg 
Berg Augustus T. book keeper, 156 Mulberry 
Berg Francis, shoemaker, 265 e Eager 
Berg John J. porter, 366 Saratoga 
Berg Mrs. Louisa, tobacco, 57 Holland 
Berg 0. H. stockbroker, 16 South 
Berg Philip, boots and shoes, 60 w Pratt, dw 

47 s Eden 
Berg Theodore, cigar maker, 57 Holland 
Berg Wm. tinner, 107 Raborg 
Bergen Everhard, shoemaker, 768 w Baltimore 
Bergen Michael, clothier, 343 s Charles 
Berger Andrew, harness maker, 57 Richmond 
Berger August, grocer, 60 Penna. av 
Berger Mrs. Catherine, grocery, 145 n Fremont 
Berger Christian, tailor, 33 St. Mary 
Berger & Co. (John iM. B., August M. Fick) 

white beer brewery, rear 22 Thames 
Berger Conrad, salesman, 145 n Fremont 
Berger Earpt, brushes, 94 Lancaster 
Berger Ernst, laborer, 156 Lee 
Berger George, baker, 493 w Lombard 
Berger Henry, laborer, Baltimore nr Gilmor 
Berger Henry, cigar maker, 75 n Poppleton 
Berger John, laborer, 131 s Fremont 
Berger John, 142 w Pratt, dw 5 s Exeter 
Berger John M. (Berger & Co.) 1 Neilson ct 
Berger Joseph B. machinist, 148 e Fayette 
Berger Martin, baker, 90 Front, n of Foundry 
Berger Moritz, musician, 52 Harrison 
Berger Mrs. Mary, 148 e Fayette 
Berger Maurice, trunk maker, 50 s Republican 
Berger Philip R. police, 354 Mulberry 
Berger Philip, tailor, 156 Stirling 
Berger Simon, cabinetmaker, 99 Harrison 
Berghoff Anthony, of firedep't, 132 s Howard 
Berghotf Anthony, laborer, 108 Hill 
Bergin Daniel, barkeeper U. S. Hotel 
Bergin Mrs. Mary, 12 Lee 
Bergler Andrew, laborer, 131 s Castle 
Bergman Andreas, brewer, Belair av, near 

Baltimore Cemetery 
Bergman Henry, shoemaker, 333 Cross 
Bergman John, shoemaker, 102 n Dallas 
Bergman John A. 333 Cross 
Bergman Joseph, horses. Ills Exeter 
Bergman Moses, boots, shoes and clothing, 244 

8 Charles 
Bergman M. clerk, 112 s Sharp 
Bergman Philip, currier and leather dealer, 

369 w Baltimore, dw 112 s Sharp 
Bergmann Jos. coppersuiitb, n e cor Eager and 

Central av 
Berguer Fred'k, picture framemaker, 60 n Gay, 

dw 2 Abbott 
Bergner Samuel, butcher, 320 Eastern av 
IJergtold Christopher, tailor, 33 Henrietta 
Berian Joseph, engineer, 16 Henrietta 
Berkemeier August, lager beer, 299 s Bond 
Berkemeyer Henry, grocery, 107 Granby 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGENTS FOK 

Roseiidale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WUABF. 

Berkenwald Solomon, shoemaker, 62 Thames 
Berkert Mrs. Josephine, 351 s Bond 
Berkert John, cooper, 351 s Bond 
Berkley Charles F. sailor, 44 Bank 
Berkley James, laborer, 118 e Fayette 
Berkley James, coachsmith, 10 Etna la 
Berlan Annie C. hats and caps, 180 Cross 
Berlan John, tailor, 180 Cross 
Berland Conrad, laborer, 150 n Spring 
Berlein John, laborer, 430 Canton av 
Berlet Christian, tailor, 106 n Eden 
Berlin Geo. A. tobacconist, 289 Canton av 
Berlin Louis, cooper, — • Fell 
Berliner Ravel, shoemaker, 240 s Ann 
Berliner Mrs. Rosa, 49 Watson 
Berliner Samuel, clerk, 49 Watson 
Berlinicke Gustave, cigarmaker, 8 Watson ct 
Berman Fritz, laborer, 435 Canton av 
Bernard Richard, tailor, 77 Milliman 
Bernard Wm. fisherman, 159 Cross 
Bernds Henry, mariner, 232 s Ann 
Berndt Arthur, clerk, 216 Lexington 
Berudt Mrs. Mary, tobacconist, 138 Aisquith 
Bernei Benj. bookkeeper, 129 e Baltimore 
Bernei Ferdinand, salesman, 129 e Baltimore 
Bernei Seligman, clothier, 294 w Baltimore, 

dw 129 e Baltimore 
Berneke Anthony, tailor, 337 n Central av 
Berner John, blacksmith, 159 East 
Berner Wm. rigger, 287 Ahceanna 
Berney Bernhardt, shoe store, 30 w Balti- 
more 
Berney Joseph, clerk, 30 w Baltimore 
Berney Philip, clerk, 30 w Baltimore 
Berney Samuel, manuf. boots and shoes, 265 

w Baltimore, dw 30 w Baltimore 
Bernhard Andrew, foundryman, 208 s Ann 
Bernhard Charles, 45 Portland 
Bernhard Charles, stove jobber, 167 Eastern av 
Bernhard George, wagoner, 219 Aliceanna 
Bernhard Geo. H. gardener, 5 s Front 
Bernhard Henry, driver, 28 s Schroeder 
Bernhard John, carter, 217 s Ann 
Bernhard John L. shoemaker, 149 Penna. av 
Bernhard Susan, junk, 167 Eastern av 
Bernhardt Henry, shoemaker, 197 Canton av 
Bernhardt Sarah, dry goods, 197 Canton av 
Bernhardy Chas. hair spinner, Wilkens nr 

Lombard 
Bernhart John M. locksmith, 31 s Bethel 
Bernheimer Abraham, cutter, 13s Poppleton 
Bernheimer Mrs. Babeth, clothier, 704 w Bal- 
timore 
Bernheimer Henry, (Gross & B.,) 166 w Lom- 
bard 
Bernheimer Sigmund, tailor, 704 w Baltimore 
Bernstein Bernard, hoop skirts manuf. 465 w 

Baltimore 
Bernstein Mrs. Cecila, toys, 644 w Baltimore 
Berntheusel Wm. bakery, 193 e Eager 
Berreis George, tailor, 255 e Chase 



Berrow George, shoemaker, 239 s Paca 
BERRV ALBERT W. treasurer Md. Soap 

Stone Co. 420 w Pratt, dw 140 Park av 
Berry Albertus D. printer, 137 n Central av 
Berry Alexander, tinner, 116 Cross 
Berry Benj. tea store, 25 w Baltimore and 43 

n Eutaw 
Berry Mrs. Benj. D. boarding, 279 Bank 
Berry Benjamin F. moulder, 287 Bank 
Berry Benj. W. salesman, 65 Camden 
Berry Charles, harnessmaker, 81 s Fremont 
Berrv Charles, mariner, 41 w Lombard 
BERRY CHAS. A.& CO. (J. H. Strodtmann,) 

ship brokers and com. merchs. over 62 s Gay 
Berry Chas. E. bookkeeper, 129 s Paca 
Berry Mrs. Chas. E. 197 Druid Hill av 
Berry & Co. (Jasper M. Berry, William W. 

Stinchcomb, ) oyster and fruit packers, 75 

and 77 n Calvert 
Berry Edward, boarding house, 53 Thames 
Berry Edwin, watchman, 279 Bank 
Berry Emory E. clerk, 413 n Central av 
Berry George, clerk, 216 Aisquith 
Berry Geo. R. (John S. & Geo. R. Berry,) 160 

8 Sharp 
Berry Geo. W. printer, 662 Saratoga 
Berry Geo. W. shoemaker, 309 n Gay, dw 216 

Aisquith 
Berry G. Hy. (Armstrong* B.,) 110 German 
Berry Henry D. clerk, 126 Hanover 
Berry H. Edward, 620 w Fayette 
Berry James, barkeeper, 53 Thames 
Berry James C. ice cream, &c., basement, 115 

Lexington, dw 216 Aisquith 
Berry James W. clerk, 46 n Charles 
Berry James W. jr., clerk, 46 n Charles 
Berry Jasper M. (Berry & Co.) 171 Linden av 
Berry Jesse L. C. clei-k, 108 Lee 
Berry John B. 110 German 
Berry John B. N. & Co. (J. B. N. Berry,) com. 

merchs. 52 s Calvert 
Berrv .John B. N. (John B. N. Berry & Co.) 

noMcCulloh 
Berry John, beer, 85 s Poppleton 
BERRY JOHN S. & GEORGE R. fire brick 

manufactory, s w cor Hamburg and Warner, 

office 294 Monteomerv 
Berry John S. ( J.\S. & G. R. Berry,) and adj. 

genl. of State Md. 164 w Fayette 
BERRY J. THOMAS, flour, grain, and gen. 

produce com. merch. 28 s Howard, dw 301 

Lexington 
BERRY N. E. tobacco, produce, grain and 

com. merch. n e cor. Wood and Bowly's 

wharf dw A. A. co. 
Berry Robt. real estate broker,413n Centralav 
Beiry Samuel, mariner, 21 Pleasant al 
Berry Theodore, clerk, 65 Camden 
Berry Thos. W. attorney, 43 Lexington, dw 

95 w Fayette 
Berry Thomas, police, 13 Lancaster 
Berry Walter W. com. merchant, 4 Light st. 

whf. dw 603 w Fayette 
Berry Wm. laborer, First av nr Clinton 
Berry Wm. B. 64 n Paca 
Berry Wm. E. currier, 81 s Fremont 
Berry Wm. H.junk, 207 Gough 
Berry Wm. T. tinner, 116 Cross 
Berry Wm. H. grocer, 65 Camden 
Berry Wm. H. shoemaker, 81 s Fremont 
Berry Wilmer A. clerk, 65 Camden 
Berryman Edward, clerk, 58 s Howard 



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Berryman & Rupley, (W. 11. B., C. P. Rup- 

ley,) grocery, 158 Pennaav 
Berrvmau Thomas, laborer, 197 Montgomery 
Berryman "\Vm.II.(B. & Bnpley, ) 158 Penna.av 
Bersch Carl, artist, 30 s High 
Bersch Christian, (Ehrman <j- Bersch,) s e cor 

Division and Lauvale 
Bersch George, shoemaker. Canton avnr Bond 
Bersch Henry A. clerk, 2G6 e Lombard 
Bersch Henry, (Bowen, Mercer cj- Co.) 266 e 

Lombard 
Bersch Wm. scroll sawyer, s ecor Division and 

Lanvale 
Bersick Michael, 41 Scott 
Bert Charles, hats, caps and furs, 509 w Bal- 
timore 
Bert Peter, hatter, 302 w Pratt 
Bertram Charles F. butcher, 53 Bclair market, 

dw Penna. av nr toll pate 
Bertram Wm. butcher. 102 Centre and 58 Bel- 
air markets, dw Penna. av nr toll gate 
Bertrand John J.jr.(Buvin£:er .|- B.) 115 Chew 
Bertsch George, barber, 149 s Bond 
Bertsch Jacob, shoemaker, 149 s Bond 
Beru Frederick, cooper, 148 Raborg 
Bery Adolph, wines, liquors and cigars, 90 w 

Lombard, dw 88 Franklin 
Berwanger Abraham, shoemaker, 92 n Front 
Berwanger Bcnj. (Likes ij- B.) 107 s Eden 
Berz Vi'm. baker, 47 L. McElderry 
Bess Francis E. shoemaker, 4ti s Eutaw 
Bessel Mrs Magdalina, hats and caps, 230 n 

Gay 
Besser John W. iron finisher, 342 Mulberry 
Bessick Frank, laborer, 32 Thames 
Best B. J. clerk, 331 w Baltimore 
Best David, sugar boiler, 19 e Fayette 
Best Frederick, painter, G2 Block 
Best John, carjienter, 67 n Caroline 
Best John S. baker, 98 e Lombard 
Beste Ilaman, baker, 213 e Lombard 
Bestor J. Rollin, clerk, N. C. R. R. 
Bestor Owen B. grocer, 849 w Baltimore 
Bestor Rollin J. gen'l bookeeper. N. C. R. R., 

Baltimore co 
Beter Wm. shoemaker, 249 s Broadway- 
Bethlehem Green, (Welch Ind. Church,) Toone 

e of Clinton, Canton 
Betner Nicholas, tailor. 249 s Broadway 
Betschler John M. shoemaker, 236 s Charles 
Betsenhouser Joseph, laborer, 19 Port 
Betshorn Ernest, shoemaker, 257^8 Bond 
Betson Mrs. Mary, 28 Richmond 
Betsworth John H. 122 Lee 
Bettiier Rich, helper, Broadway nr Lancaster 
lietton Alfred J. shoemaker, 42 Penn 
Betton Malcolm, ship carpenter, 91 Patuxent 
Betts Alljert A. printer, 273 n Dallas 
Belts Alex. P. sailmaker, 178 s Ann 
Hetts .j- Bay,(Thos. J. Betts, J.W. Bay,)grain, 

feed and com. merch'ts, 39 s Frederick 
iJftts (.'has. H. l-.uckster, 23 (iough 
I'etts John, farmer, 484 Saratoga 
Betts John H. millwright, 484 Saratoga 
J'ltts Robert, lumljer insjiectcjr, 37 Jackson 
Bftls liobert, jr. saddler, 273 ii Dallas 
lictisTlios. J. (Betts .j- Bay,) 20 McElderry 
Betts Wm. tinner, 158 s Sharp 
Bctwiser Mrs. Barbara, 4 Winan's row 
Betz August, moulder, 58 s Oregon 
Betz Charles, wagoner, 392 Canton av 
Betz Charles, wheelwright, 58 s Oregon 



Betz Christopher, fancy hardware, 23 German, 

dw 7 Pearl 
Betz Conrad, laborer, 104 n Spring 
Betz Elizabeth, shirt store, 245 Canton av 
Betz Ernest, foundryman, 58 s Oregon 
Betz George, laborer, 84 Eastern av 
Betz Gustavus, coachmaker, 262 n Central ar 
Betz Jacob, carpenter, 131 Chesapeake 
Betz Jacob, tailor, 51 McElderry 
Betz John, shoemaker, 17 L. Hampstead 
Betz John, laborer, 84 Eastern av 
Betz John L. tailor, 66 s Caroline 
Betz John, laborer, 98 Hamburg 
Betz John, cabinetmaker, 191 s Regester 
Betz Louis, restaurant, 345 w Pratt 
Betz Thos. shoemaker, 245 Canton av 
Betzel Mrs. Caroline, 8 Hall's al 
Betzel Wm. shoemaker, 172 s Durham 
Betzold John, butcher, 41 Abbot 
Betzold R. cabinet maker, 62 Vine 
Beucke Mrs. Elizabeth A. 37 n Gilmor 
Beucke George W. clerk, 37 n Gilmor 
Beucke John H. clerk, 37 n Gilmor 
BEUFORD FANNY, 51 Josephine 
Beurrier Louise, bleacher, 115 n Howard 
Beutelspacher Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding, 190 

Hollins 
Beutelspacher Geo.E. moulder, 461 w Lombard 
Bevan Chas. F. (Bevan & Son) 241 Linden ay 
Beven Charles, clerk, 50 Barre 
Bevan C. F. clerk, 34 s Sharp 
Bevan John, potter, 76 Beason 
Bevan John C. bricklayer, 59 Mullikin 
Bevan Mrs. Mary Eliza, 254 n Howard 
Bevan Nicholas, clerk, 62 Barre 
Bevan Saml. (S. Bevan k Co.) Baltimore co 
BEVAN SAMUEL & CO. (Saml. Bevan. Wm. 
A. Williar, E. G. Miller, P. A. Salmon) im- 
port, and job. in dry goods, 279 w Baltimore 
BEVAN ^ SONS, (C. F. Bevan <j- Wm. F. 

Bevan) marble workers, 140 Saratoga 
Bevan Thomas, cop. smelt. Clinton s of Bostoa 
Bevan Warren C. (E. L. Palmer & Co.) Lan- 
vale nr Townsend 
Bevan Wm. A. tinner, 114 e Fayette 
Bevan Wm. F. (Bevan & Sons,) 44 Lanvale 
Bevau Wm. smelter, Clinton s of Boston 
Bevaus Henry, police, 86 e Madison 
Bevans Jno. bricklayer, Regester, bet. Orleans 

and Jefferson 
Bevans Mrs. Mary Jane, hnckstress, 117 n Paca 
Bevans Reuben A. L. furniture, 281 e Baltimore 
Bevans, Hannah & Co. (W. J. Bevans, S. 
Hannah, John Farrell,) marble workers, e 
Monument nr Stirling 
Bevans Robert, ship master, 2 s High 
Bevans Wm. laborer, 129 Elliott 
Bevans Wm. J. (Bevans, Hannah & Co.) 244 

n Central av 
Bevcridge Dim'l, wire worker, 31 Park, dw 

25 n Bond 
Beveridge Daniel, 44 s Bond 
Bevcridge Oliver, 44 s Bond 
Bcverline John, 68 Lanvale 
Beverline Warner, 68 Lanvale 
lieverunger Lewis, butcher, 12 Fell's Pt mar- 
ket, dw McElderry ext 
Be wig Fred'k, shoemaker, 8 Burke, Canton 
Bewig Henry, baker, 513 Canton av 
Bewley Mrs. Elizabeth D. 276 e Lombard 
Beyer Alexander, clerk, 57 President 
Beyer Andrew, laborer, 38 James la 



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COMMISSIOy MERCHAXTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGENTS FOR 

Roscndale Cement &r Plaster, 

21 SPEAR' S WHARF. 

Beyer Catherine E. grocery, 5C e Lombard 
Beyer Christian, butcher, 13 Hollins-st. mar- 
ket, and provision dealer, 9 s Poppleton 
Beyer Frederick, 168 e Fayette 
Beyer Fred'k A. musician, 56 e Lombard 
Beyer Henry, baker, 40 Diamond 
Beyer John, baker, Maltby house 
Beyer John, shoemaker, 156 s Eden 
Beyer Louis, cabinetmaker and undertaker, 78 

s Broadway 
Beyerlein Jacob, cooper, 528 West 
Beyersdorff Charles, tailor, 213 s Eutaw 
Beymer Henry B. (B. & Stuart,) 17 Courtland 
Beymer & Stuart, (H. B. B., J. Stuart,) mer- 

cbandise brokers, 39 South 
Bezeck John L. (Isaac Coale, jr. & Bro.) 377 

Penna av 
Beziat Charles, carpenter, 403 w Lombard 
Beziat Francis C. finisher, 406 West 
Beziat John M. cigar maker, 75 s Poppleton 
Bezzengeber Hen. cabinetmaker, 117 William 
Bialla Hugo, French millinery, 144 Lexington 
Bialla Muritz, real estate broker, 42 St. Paul, 

dw 144 Lexington 
Bians Martin, hatter, 311 s Charles 
Bians Martin, hatter, 159 Hughes 
Bians Wm. H. conductor, 293 Light 
Bibb Bentley C. (Bibb & Co.) 256 Linden av 
Bibb Bentley S. 256 Linden av 
Bibb & Co. (B. C. Bibb,) stove warehouse, 39 

Light 
Bibb Wm. K. bookkeeper, 51 s Greene 
Bibby Augustus, brakesman, 287 Cathedral 
Bibelheiser Francis, tinner, 341 Mulberry 
Bibelheizer Conrad, shoemaker, 8 Race 
Bible House, 75 w Fayette 
Bichell Christ, cabinetmaker, 273 e Eager 
Bichy Herman, tailor, 1 19 w Fayette 
Bichy John, bakery, 174 e Madison 
Bickel Joseph, laborer, 96 s Chapel 
Bickerman John, porter, 150 s Durham 
Bickerston Susan, 55 Tyson 
Bickerton Mrs. Sophia, fancy goods, 67 Lex- 
ington 
BICliFURD & HUFFMAN, (L. Bickford, H. 
Huffman, ) manufs. agricul. implements, 59j 
s Charles 
Bickford Lyman, (B. & Ruflfman,) N. Y. 
Bickley Samuel, 99 e Pratt 
Biddeson Mrs. Catherine, 234 Franklin 
Biddeson Catherine, 127 Stirling 
Biddeson Samuel, laborer, 127 Stirling 
Biddison James A. plasterer, 211 Orleans 
Biddison James L. plumber, 211 Orleans 
Biddison Z. baggage master, 108 s Paca 
Biddle Mrs. Anna E. boarding, 1 Te Monument 
Biddle Balthazar, cooper, 27 Peach al 
Biddle Hezekiah, furs, 24 Oxford 
Biddle Jonathan S. 126 Gough 
Biddle Mrs. Mary, fish, 104 Granby 
Biddle Richard F. moulder, 96 s Poppleton 



Biddle Wm. moulder, 270 s Sharp 
Biddleman Edward, sawj^er, 28 Thomsen _ 
Biddiinfrmeyer John, coachm'r, 323 e Madison 
Biebel Jos. M. restaurant, 24 Centre Market sp 
Biechner Conrad, laborer, 51 Johnson 
Biede Adolphus, chemist, n e cor Aliceanna 

and Broadway 
Biedler Wm. T. clerk, 4 Hanover 
Biden Edward, huckster, 60 s Carey 
Biden Henry, carpenter, 54 n Amity 
Bidman John, laborer, 11 Pear al 
Bid well Lorenzo, (Showacre& B.) 253 s Eutaw 
Biebelhiser Con. G. barkeeper, 726 w Baltimore 
Biebelhiser C. G, restaurant, 205 Hollins 
Biedner Wm. clerk, 157 w Lombard 
Biehl John, laborer, 6 Uhler's al 
Biehl John, bootfitter, 6 Uhler's al 
Biel George, laborer, 229 s Bond 
Bielefeld Joseph, lager beer, n e cor Eager and 

Central av 
Bielstein Henry, varnisher, 346 Cross 
Biemiller Edward, milk, 769 Light 
Biemiller J. Henry, flour and feed, 282j w 

Pratt, dw 4 Jasper 
Bien Charles, beer, 426 w Fayette 
Bien Christian, sawyer, 167 s Wolfe 
Bien Henry, tailor, 390 Penna av 
Bien John, tinner, 247 S Ann 
Bien John, restaurant, 492 Penna av 
Bienstien Fred'k, laborer, 178 s Eden 
Bier Christian, cabinet maker, 336 s Charles 
Bier Frederick, frame maker, 258 s Eutaw 
Bier Daniel, laborer, 238 s Charles 
Bier .Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 21 n Paca 
Bierau Geo. clerk, 148 Light-st. whf 
Bierbower Frank A. clerk, 92 Barre 
Bierbower Colin R. cigar boxmaker, 117 Wel- 
come al. dw 92 Barre 
Bierbower Lemuel, cigar boxmaker, 92 Barre 
Bierbrier Chas. L. clerk, 121 n Calvert 
Bierline Jacob, cooper, 106 West 
Bierman Lewis, brewer, Belair av nr cemetery 
Biersraith Andrew, laborer, 68 Bank 
Biersmith Mrs. Elizabeth, grocery, 68 Bank 
Bies Christian, laborer, 167 s Caroline 
Bies Fred'k, shoemaker, 5 Spring ct 
Biesler Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 292 e Pratt 
Biesler Franklin, laborer, cor Wolfe and Pratt 
Biesler Thomas H, laborer, 292 e Pratt 
Biesswanger Abraham, shoemaker, 92 n Front 
Bigelow Edmund D. (B. & Sargent,) 218 Lin- 
den av 
BIGELOW & SARGENT, (E. D. Bigelow, R. 
G. Sargent, ) com. merchants and ship brok- 
ers, 70 Smith's whf 
Biger Jacob, beer, 306 e Pratt 
Biggar John & Co. (J. Biggar, C. Darrell, ) 
importers of wines and liquors, 59 Exchange 
place 
Biggar John, (J. Biggar & Co.) Baltimore co 
Biggins Wm. H. police, 183 Chesnut 
Biggins Wm H. police, over 171 n Gay 
Biggs John A. butcher, 179 e Fayette 
Biggs Joseph, watchman, 272 e Madison 
Biggs Mrs. Josephine, tailoress, 284 Aisquith 
Biggs Jonathan, laborer, 53 s Poppleton 
Biggs Samuel F. brakesman. 86 s Poppleton 
Biggs Zachariah, blacksmith, 53 s Poppleton 
Bigham k Bradford, (M. M. Bigham, G. W. 
Bradford,) com. merchants, flour, &c., n w 
cor Franklin and Eutaw 
Bigham Elizabeth, 274 w Fayette 



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Bigham John B. currier, Starr hotel 
Bigham John L. clerk, 274 w Fayette 
Bigham Mrs. Maria, Park av nr North, av 
Bigham Marshall M. (Bigham & Bradford,) 

16 n Eufciw 
Bigham Wm. laborer, 24 Warner 
Biles Wm. carpenter, 258 Lee 
Billings A. Q. teiegra[)hist, 90 Columbia 
Billings Edwin E. clerk, 114 Burgundy al 
Billings John, porter, 192 s Broadway * 
Billings John, potter, 137 Bank 
Billingsley James, clerk, Farmers' hotel 
Billiugsley Richard C. books, stationery, &c., 

185 Hanover, dw 96 Barre 
Billingsley Samuel W. carpenter, Clifton nr 

the Park 
Billingsley Thomas A. bags, 125 s Charles, 

dw n e cor Chatsworth and Townsend 
Billingsley Thomas B. n e cor Chatsworth and 

Townsend 
Billingsley Wm. carpenter, Clifton nr Park 
Billington Gover, laborer, 32 New Church 
Billington James P. hackman, 170 Orleans 
Billington John, broommaker. Monument nr 

Bond 
Billington Wm. L. tinner, 77 n Broadway 
Billman Geo. provisions, 1 s Poppleton 
Billman John, woodsawyer, 343 Franklin 
Billman Michael J. shoemaker, 206 Mulberry 
Billmayer John, wheelwright, 323 e Madison 
Billmever Joseph, shoe store, 142 w Pratt, dw 

34 e'Fayette 
Billmier Wm. laborer, 197 s Castle 
Billmire George A. clerk, 98 Eastern av 
Billmire W. H. 0. dep'y collector, 162 n High 
BiUmyer Chas. laborer, 109 s Poppleton 
Billmyer Charles E. clerk, 3 Low 
Bilhnyer Jacob, shoemaker, 176 East 
Billopj)s Christopher, civil engineer, n w cor 

Charles and Read 
Billo])ps Thos. F. clerk, 119 Park 
Billstein Henry, varuisher, 346 Cross 
Billups Alfred U. currier, 292 Aisquith 
Billups Mrs. C. dressmaker, 109 Henrietta 
Billups Mrs. Louisa, 228 w Pratt 
Billupps B. F. whols. liquors, 25 Cheapside, 

dw Mulberry nr Gilmor 
Bilson Mrs Andrew J. 94 Preston 
Bilson Daniel, plasterer, 237 w Fayette 
Bilson Elizabeth, 237 w Fayette 
Bilson Henry, machinist, 438 w Lombard 
Bilson John E. plasterer, 237 w Fayette 
Bilson Samuel, plain and ornamental plasterer, 

154 n Howard, dw 237 w Fayette 
Bilson Wm., jr., machinist, 57 s Schroeder 
Bilson Wm., sr., gunsmith, 57 s Sciirocder 
Bimler August, cigarmaker, 153 Canton av 
Binder Henry, laborer, 153 Canton av 
Bimler J. Henry, cigarmaker, 153 Canton av 
Binau John M. shoemaker, 333 n Central av 
Bindeman Charles, shoemaker, 27 Preston 
Binder & Brr. Mueller, (Fred. Binder, Lewis 

Brr. JIueller, ) machinists, 242 w Biddle 
Binder Fred'k, (B. k Brr. Mueller,) 41 Tes- 

sier 
Binder Fredk. cutter, 12 Diamond 
Binder George, hairworker, over 24 n Charles, 

dw 103 n Eutaw 
Binder Lewis, surgical instrument maker, 135 

Columliia 
Bindewajd August, shoemaker, 21 Pearl 
Bindewald L. dyer, 211 w Fayette 



Binderwalt Henry, laborer, Stockholm, betw. 

Eutaw and Russell 
Binding George, cooper, 217 Hamburg 
Binding Henry, grocery, 265 s Ann 
Biner Henry, clerk, 14 Lee 
Bines John A. brakesman, 311 s Charles 
Bines John, distiller, 311 s Charles 
Bines Martin, flatter, 10 Hughes 
Bines Robert, clerk, 77 s Paca 
Bing John H. wagoner, 61s Paca 
Bingel Henry, tobacconist, 831 w Baltimore 
Bingel Jacob, saloon, 138 Orleans 
Binger Wilhelm, laborer, 137 s Exeter 
Bingham & Barnard, (Mrs. Rebecca B., Cathe- 
rine Barnard,) dress and cloak makers, 83 

s High 
Bingham Benj. T. wood and coal, s e cor 

Chatsworth and Chesnutal,dw 291 Fninklia 
Bingham John, fancy store, 853 w Baltimore 
Bingham Mrs. Rebecca, (B. & Barnard,) 83 s 

High 
Bingham Robert, stone cutter, 55 w Centre 
Bingham Wm. W. gasfitter, 20 Conway 
Bingner Magdaline, 261 s Sharp 
Binney Capt. Joshua, marine surveyor, s w 

cor Gay and Lombard, dw 30 Spring row 
Binnie James, coal oil, 9 s Bond 
Binuie Robert, coal oil, 9 s Bond 
Binnix George, brakesman, 67 s Fremont 
Binuix John H. police, cor Chew and Madison al 
Binnix John H. police Harford av nr Point la 
Binnix Louis D. machinist, 59 Oxford 
Binnix Mrs. Martha, 57 Chew 
Binnix Martha M. saleswoman, 57 Chew 
Binsel Frederick, shoemaker, 92 Harrison 
Binsell Henry, laborer, 29 Cambridge 
Binswanger David, (David Binswanger & Co.) 

107 Camden 
Binswanger D. k Co.(D. Binswanger, N. Bach- 

arach, ) printers, over 17 s Gay 
Binswanger Simon, furnishing goods, 157 n 

Gay 
Binyon k Audoun, (W. W. Binyon, 0. Au- 

doun,) builders, 137 s Ann 
Binyon James, peddler, cor Albemarle and 

Fawn 
Binyon Thomas, nightman, 302 Canton av 
BINYON THOMAS W. conveyancer and claim 

agt., 195 s Bond, dw 29 s Ann 
Binyon Thomas, jr., carpenter, 130 Bank 
Binyon Wm. H. H. carpenter, 130 Bank 
Binyon Wm. W. (B. & Audoun,) 130 Bank 
Binz Casper, hacks, 443 w Fayette 
Binz Jesse, hack driver, 443 w Fayette 
Binz John, hack driver, 473 Saratoga 
Binz John, hack driver, 443 w Fayette 
Birch Chas. (Hough k Birch,) Barnum's hotel 
]5irch Charles, junk, 198 East 
Birch Clinton S. (Birch k Whiton, ) 499 w 

Fayette 
Birch Dr. James, 02 s Sharp 
Birch J. Alton, clerk, 192 n Calvert 
Birch John, laborer, 453 Canton av 
Birch Joseph, coachmaker, 198 East 
Birch k Whiton, (C. S. B., H. Whiton,) books, 
stationery and sign painters, 558 w Baltimore 
Birch Wm. N. clerk, 72 s Sharp 
Birch Wm. R. clerk, 141 n Paca 
liirckliead Ciirist()[)lier C. police, 6 n High 
Birckhead James, jr. 30 South, dw 87 Park 
Birckhead John W. tailor, 409 n Gay 
Birckhead Lennox, ( Watson ,f B.) 48 n Charles 



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AOKNTS FOR 

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Birckhead Nathaniel, coach painter, 409 n Gay 
Bird Mrs. Bridget, grocery, 243 e Chase 
■Bird E. Carrere, tobacconist, 28 w Pratt, dw 

23 Jackson 
Bird Mrs. E. M. Ill w Biddle 
Bird J. Edward, dry goods, 213 w Baltimore, 

dw 243 Linden av 
Bird H^nry, porter, over 431 w Baltimore 
Bird Jacob, clerk, 110 w Fayette 
Bird James E. clerk, 33 Warren 
Bird James E. freight agt. 288 Light 
Bird John, brakesman, 52 s Schroeder 
Bird John W. C. wood dealer, 33 Warren 
Bird Stephen L. & Co. (S. L. Bird, ) dry goods, 

59 n Howard 
Bird Stephen L. (S. L. B. & Co.) 345 n Eutaw 
Bird Sylvester, carpenter, 33 Warren 
Bird Wm. brakesman, 18 s Eutaw 
Birdsall Samuel, paver, 42 Orleans 
Birely Lewis A. ice, 247 w Lombard 
Birgin Kirren, porter, lis Fremont 
Birkenstock Henry, tailor, 141 n Bond 
Birkett Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 420 w Lombard 
Birkett Thomas A. carpenter, 55 s Poppleton 
Birkey Edward H. clerk, 229 Druid Hill av 
Birkey Thomas H. builder, 229 Druid Hill av 
Birkey Thomas, clerk, 229 Druid Hill av 
Birkley Geo. harnessmaker, 49 Bank 
Birkley James, butcher, 10 Etna la 
Birkholz Chas. A. clerk, 75 n Eutaw 
Birkmeyer Wm. confectioner, 550 w Pratt 
Birkner George, cooper, 78 Bank 
Birley Geo. W. engineer, 503 w Lombard 
Birley John, laborer, 20 s Carey 
Birley John T. engineer, 20 s Carey 
Birley Mrs. M. tailoress, 15 Walker 
Birley Wm. fireman, 20 s Carey 
Birmingham Andrew, carp'ter, 224 e Madison 
Birmingham Mrs. Ellen, 45 Druid Hill av 
Birmingham Mrs. Ellen, 185 s Castie 
Birmingham Jas. E. plasterer, 227 Henrietta 
Birmingham James L. currier, 42 Albemarle 
Birmingham John, maltster, 302 Ostend 
Birmingham Michael, clerk, over 30 South 
Birmingham Wm. tailor, 29 n Bond 
Birmingham Wm. T. tailor, 176 e Fayette 
Birmingham Wm. currier, 42 Albemarle 
Birmingham Wm. laborer, 350 s Caroline 
Birnes James, laborer, Donnelly's ct 
Birnie Upton, clerk, 107 Mulberry 
Birstow Thomas, engineer, 62 s Eden 
Birthistle Patrick, carter, 63 Granby 
Bisbee Josiah V. shoemaker, 179 Montgomery 
Bisbee Josiah, shoemaker, 179 Montgomery 
Bischofif C. F. cigarmaker, 169 Columbia 
Bischoflf Christ' r, cabinetmaker, 239s Charles 
Bischoff Franz, shoemaker, 37 s Wolfe 
Bisohoff Gustave, pianomaker, 239 s Charles 
BISCOE JAMES, com. merch. over 149 w 

Pratt, dw 379 w Fayette 
Biscoe Wm. boarding, 90 Mulberry 



Biscoe Wm. M. ship joiner, 296 Eastern av 
Biscouter Fred'k, machinist, 474 w Pratt 
Biser Daniel G. grocer, 550 w Fayette 
Biser Geo. C. salesman. Three Tuns hotel 
Bishman Geo. shoemaker, 80 Leadenhall 
BishofFAdam, cooper, 35 e Monument 
Bishop Caleb, lightning rods, 95 Ensor 
Bishop Casper, paver, 80 Somerset 
Bishop Mrs. Catherine, 147 Pierce 
Bishop Mrs. Catherine, grocery, 388 Cross 
BISHOP & CO. (W^m. J., & John H. Bishop,) 

lightning rods, 47 n Holliday 
Bishop Chas. B. actor, n ecor Gilmor and Lib- 
erty road 
Bishop David, 51 Harford av 
Bishop David, 339 e Pratt 
Bishop Elisha, plasterer, 171 n Eden 
Bishop Elizabeth, 214 e Pratt 
Bishop Mrs. Elizabeth, 1 Edward 
Bishop George C. police, 114 n Bond 
Bishop George A. laborer, 238 s Durham 
Bishop George, carter, 326 Canton av 
Bishop Geo. (Cropper & B.,) 39 President 
Bishop Geo. W. clerk, 326 Raborg 
Bishop Geo. W. tobacconist, 30 w Pratt, dw 

47 s Washington 
Bishop Mrs. Harriet, 326 Raborg 
Bishop James, watchman, 179 Hollins 
Bishop John E. bookkeeper, 79 s Chester 
Bishop John, police, 79 s Chester 
Bishop John H. (B. & Co.) 95 Ensor 
Bishop John T. stonemason, 173 McCulloh 
Bishop John L. carpenter, 283 n Central av 
Bishop John E. clerk, 79 s Chester 
Bishop Maggie, 37 Linden av 
Bishop Mrs. Mary, 6 Barnet 
Bishop Mrs. Mary A. 94 n Caroline 
Bishop Mrs. Mary M. 9 Cambridge 
Bishop Reverdy, clerk, 179 Aisquith 
Bishop Robert, bricklayer, 61 n Poppleton 
Bishop Thos. J. telegraphist, 173 s Charles 
Bishop Mrs. T. F. dressmaker, 15 Holland 
Bishop Mrs. Wm. R. boarding, 63 n Calvert 
Bishop Wm. J. (B. & Co.) 110 Ensor 
Bishop Wm. T. huckster, 270 e Monument 
Bishop Wm. H. rigger, 10 Cross, dw 136 s 

Wolfe 
Bishop W^m, R. clerk, 15 Holland 
Bishop Wm. police, 295 e Eager 
Biskin Dietrich, wagoner, 119 Lexington 
Bissell Wm. police, 8 Harford av 
Bisser Jacob, laborer, 60 Johnson 
Bisser Joseph, carver, 60 Johnson 
Bissett Thos. jr. stonecutter, 63 McHenry 
Bissing John, shoemaker, 10 e' Pratt 

BISSING W. F., Watchmaker, 282 
w Baltimore, dw 182 Mulberry 

Bissman August, laborer, 221 s Bethel 

Bisson Wm. mariner, 128 s Chester 

Bitner George, tailor, 23 Abbott 

Bitner Nicholas, tailor, 53 Aliceanna 

Bitrufi" Henry, tailor, 119 Orleans 

BitruflfJohn, tailor, 109 Orleans 

Bittdorff Henry, tailor, 36 Marion 

Bitter Christ'n, (Hesse & B., ) 46 s Washington 

Bitter D. lithographer, over 11 South, dw 22 

s Exeter 
Bitter Henry, laborer, 2 Spruce al 
Bitter Henry, pianomaker, 218 Barre 



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Bitter John George, laborer, 194 Stirling 
Bitter Justis, vocalist, 125 Franklin 
Bitter Louis, tavern, s e cor. Pratt and Con- 
cord 
Bittiger Wm. hostler, 2 Diamond 
Bittinger Daniel N. carpenter, 65 s Fremont 
Bittinger John D. shoe store, 7 Penna. av 
Bittleson 11. real estate, 141 w Fayette 
Bittner Andrew, 66 Granby 
Bittner Casper, shoemaker, Clinton opp. Ches- 
apeake furnace 
Bittner Charles, shoemaker, 6 e Pratt 
Bittner Frederick, sugar boiler, 90 s Castle 
Bittner Gotlieb. stitcher, 96 s Castle 
Bittner Mrs. Catherine, 1 Shakspear 
Bittner Joiin, tailor, over 217 n Gay 
Bittorf Frederick, barkeeper, 200 s Bond 
Bittroff Geo. C. tailor, 218 n Caroline 
Bitz Herman, cutter, 253 w Pratt 
Bitz John, porter, 6 Chesnut al 
Bitzel Adam, cont'ec'y, 177 e Lombard 
Bitzel Mrs. Wilhemina, 73 e Monument 
Bixler Mrs. Andrew, Stockholm nr Eutaw 
Bixler Benj. M. clerk, Jackson sq av nr Wash- 
ington 
Bixler Daniel, jr. bookkeeper, 3 Courtland 
Bixler Louis A. tobacconist, 102 n Howard 
Bixler Wm. T. clerk, 702 Saratoga 
Bixler Wm. H. H. clerk, 33 Hughes 
Black Archibald, laborer, 204 s Castle 
Black Benj. F. painter, 28 South, dw 33 Mc- 

Henry 
Black Bernard, painter, 293 Eastern av 
Black Dr. Calvin, 540 Lexington 
Black Daniel, feed, 278 s Charles 
Black D. H. yeastmaker, 96 Aisquith 
Black Geo. mariner, 170 e Baltimore 
Black Harman F. yeast, cor Orleans and Castle 
Black Horse Tavern. McBee Sf Bro. prop'rs, 

111 n High 
Black Mrs. Isabella L. 214 Bank 
Black James, marble yard, cor Cathedral and 

Biddle, dw 82 Walsh 
Black James B. salesman, 244 Franklin 
Black James F. messenger Adams Express, 218 

Columbia 
Black James PL engineer, 116 s Bond 
Black Jerry, printer, Fish Market, nr Centre 

Market space 
Black John, laborer, 77 s Durham 
Black John, jr. hardware, 160 n Gay, dw 325 

Madison av 
Black John, polisher, 270 MuHierry 
Black John, (Black & Sapp^ 176 Bank 
Black John, (B. & Krebs) 296 Lexington 
Black John R. carpenter, 18 Marion, dw 229 

Saratoga 
BLACK <j- KREBS, (J. Black, G. L. Krebs, 
Jacob E. Krebs) pork packers and provisions, 
51 South and 53 n Caroline 
Black Lewis W. painter, 78 n Pine 
Black Rev. R. W. 58 s Broadway 
Black (Si Sapp, (^John Black, Joshua 0. Sapp, ) 

coopers, 145 McElderry's whf 
Black Win. I>. 57 8 Ann 
Black Win. K. carpenter, 133 Pearl 
Blackburn (Jvrus, (C. B. .J- Bro.) 132 n Eutaw 
BLACKBURN C. k. BRO. (Cyrus and Edwin 
Bla(kl)urn,) flour, grain and com. merc'ts, 
n e cor Franklin and Eutaw 
Blackburn Edwin, (C. B. & Bro.) 68 Bolton 
Blackburn Elizabeth P. toucher, 132 n Eutaw 



Blackburn John C. attorney, 34 St. Paul, dw 

s e cor Pine and*Saratoga 
Blackeby Joseph, carpenter, 2 Russell 
Blackiston Albert C. police, 124 Lee 
Blackiston Mrs. E. B. 82 Hanover 
Blackiston John B cabinet maker, 562 w Bal- 
timore, dw 98 HoUins 
Blackiston John, jr. clerk 82 Hanover 
Blackiston John B. jr. moulder, 98 HoUins 
Blackiston Taylor E. clerk, 82 Hanover 
Blackiston Walter, clerk, 91 Saratoga 
Blackiston Wm. C. lumber inspector, s w cor 

Concord and Bowly, dw 138 s Sharp 
Blacklar Alex. C. (Elliott & B.) 55 Aisquith 
Blacklar Chas. provisions, 64 s Caroline 
Blacklock Nicholas F. junk, 3 and 5 Camden, 

dw Baltimore co 
Blades John J. paperhanger, 148 n Exeter 
Blades John L. livery stables, 114 s Washing- 
ton, dw 95 s Ann 
Blades Samuel, chairmaker, 148 n Exeter 
Blades Thos. W. furniture, 221 e Baltimore 
Blades Wm. P. blacksmith, 99 Gough 
Blaha John, shoemaker, 63 n Dallas 
Blahs Joseph, cabinet maker, 227 Peirce 
Blair Chas. E. accountant, 381 Lexington 
Blair Edgar, canvas, 162 s Charles 
Blair Francis P. plumber and gasfitter, 534 w 

Baltimore 
Blair Henry, bookkeeper, 162 s Charles 
Blair Henry, jr, carpenter, 162 s Charles 
Blair Henry H. conveyancer, 47 St. Paul, dw 

271 Hollins 
Blair & Holle, (John Blair, Julius Holle, ) 
tailors and gents' furnishing goods. 790 w 
Baltimore 
Blair James A. deliv. clerk, P. 188 Hanover 
Blair John, (B. ^ Holle) 412 w Lombard 
Blair Lewellyn P. plumber and gasfitter, 455 

w Baltimore, dw 20 George 
Blair Montague, carpenter, 162 s Charles 
Blair Saml. S. div. sup't N. C. R., 78 Park ar 
Blaisdell Samuel, steamship agent, 157 Barre 
Blake Benson, clerk, 51 Lexington 

BLAKE CHARLES, Dealer in 
Watches, Jewelry, Silver, and 
Plated Ware, 217 w Baltimore, 
dw Baltimore county. 

Blake Chas. W. of Chas., watchmaker 217 w 

Baltimore 
Blake Chas. W. clerk, 5 Hanover 
Blake Eugene, clerk, 145 Hanover 
Blake George, laborer, 151 York 
Blake Geo. A. carpenter, 144 s Bond 
Blake George E. clerk, 172 McCulloh 
Blake Henry Wm. painter, 20 Orbit al 
Blake James, iron moulder, 20 Orbit al 
BLAKE JOEL N. machinist and founder, s 

e cor Franklin and North, dw 172 McCulloh 
Blake John, carpet weaver, 47 Tyson 
Blake John H. clerk, 22 Conway 
Blake John A. pattern maker, 154 Cathedral 
Blake John L. clerk, 112 n Caroline 
Blake John R. bricklayer, 112 n Caroline 
Blake John W. engineer, 20 Orbit al 
Blake Joseph W. 154 Cathedra! 
Blake Lawrence, painter, 20 Orbit al 
Blake Mrs. Margaret, 20 Orbit al 



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AOKNTS FOK 

Rosejulale Cement & Plaster, 

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Blake Martin, 305 n Central av 

Blake Samuel F. carpenter, 330 Mulberry 

Blake Rev. S. V. 125 s Sharp 

Blake Theodore, dentist, Black Horse tavern 

Blake Thos. laborer, 229 s Wolfe 

Blakeley Christopher, brush block maker, 45 s 

Scbroeder 
Blakemore Rich.M. bookk'r, 241 w Baltimore 
Blakeney Wm. A. stonecutter, 102 Ensor 
Blakeslee Abram, merchant tailor, 7 St. Paul 
Blakey Wm. malthouse, Hooper's whf, F. P. 
Blakistone T. Wallis, attorney, 37 St. Paul 
Blakistone Walter, clerk Bank of Commerce, 

91 Saratoga 
Blamberg Herman, cab't mak'r, 75 Milliman 
Blanch James C. potter, 84 n Bond 
Blanch James T. carpentei, 199 e Lombard 
Blanchard D. H. bookkeeper, 358 n Eutaw 
BLANCHARD E. WYATT, attorney and pres. 
board pub. school commissioners, 38 St. Paul, 
dw 81 Cathedral 
Blanchard G. R. general freight agt. B. & 0. 

R. R. cor Charles and Read 
Blanchard James A. J. rigger, 216 Battery av 
Blanchard Joseph, coach painter, 38 Chesnut 
Blanchard Mrs. Mary, 358 n Eutaw 
BlanckJohn, Columbia house, 471 w Baltimore 
Blanck Joseph, butcher, 117 Low 
Blanckensee J. 57 Second 
Bland Alex, shoemaker, 183 s Charles 
Bland Edward, shoemaker, 183 s Charles 
Blaney Charles, mariner, 200 s Castle 
Blaney Charles E. (J. W. B. & Sons, ) 65 n Pine 
Blaney Geo. W. stonecutter. Forrest nr Eager 
Blaney Geo.W. stonecut'r, 163 Greenmount av 
Blaney Jas. M. bricklayer, 163 Greenmount av 
Blaney James W. & Sons, (J W., J. T.,W. H. 
and C. E. Blaney,) bricklayers, office 20 s 
Fremont 
Blaney Jas.W. (J.W. B. & Sons,) 20 s Fremont 
Blaney James J. bricklayer, 20 s Fremont 
Blaney John T. (J.W. B. & Sons,) Town- 
send e.\t 
Blaney John T. carpenter, 161 Greenmount av 
Blaney Sarah, huckstress, 266 Greenmount av 
Blaney Wm. H. (J.W. B. k Sons, )20 s Fremont 
Blank Frederick, porter, 180 Light 
Blankenlnirg Charles, shoemaker, 80 MuUikin 
Blankford Jacob, huckster, 140 n Caroline 
Blankford John A. huckster, 128 n Central av 
Blankinship Dan. D. engineer, 3 Williamson al 
Blankner John M. confectioner, 9 Dover ext 
Blankner Lawrence, barber, 925 w Pratt 
Blash Samuel G. sailmaker, 164 e Pratt 
Blass Rev. Jacob, 269 Eastern av 
Blass John, laborer, 29 James la 
Blass Jos. cabinet maker, 227 Peirce 
Blatchford Stephen H. letter carrier, Eagle hotel 
Blatchley Mrs. Priscilla, dressmaker, 69 Har- 
ford av 
Blaufuss Lewis, tailor, 267 Franklin 



Blaut Levi, shoemaker, 152 Chesnut 
Blay Henry, laborer, 109 Lancaster 
Bleakley Christ 'r, brushmaker, 45 s Schroeder 
Bleasdale John, mariner, 76 William 
Bledsoe Albert T. (B. & Browne,) 360 n Eutaw 
BLEDSOE & BROWNE, (A. T. Bledsoe, Wm. 
H. Browne, )eds. South' n Review, 6 St. Paul 
Bledzer Philip, shoemaker, 224 s Bond 
Bleicher A. Lewis, shoemaker, 17 Baker 
Bleicher John, laborer, 174 s Central av 
Blementhal Isaac, tobacconist, 48 Lee 
Blemiine Barbara, 200 Canton av 
Blercher John F. teacher. 111 n Caroline 
Blessing Andrew, bag cutter, 36 Hampstead 
Blessing Daniel, carpenter, 47 n High, dw 154 

e Monument 
Blessing Mrs. Elizabeth, wool, 140 s Spring 
Blessing John, tobacconist, 241 n Gay 
Blessing W. T. clerk, 241 n Gay 
Bletscher Christian, sawyer, 173 Lexington 
Blev Rudolph, clothier, 508 Lexington 
Bligley Dennis, laborer, Foster al nr Dolphin 
Blimline & Son, (Joseph and Abraham J. Blim- 
lin<^, ) manuf. shirts, drawers, &c. 253 w 
Baltimore 
Blimline Abraham J. (Blimline & Son,) 289 n 

Howard 
Blimline Adam, shoe fitter, Walnut al 
Blimline Andrew, boiler maker, 14 Dawson al 
Blimline Bernard, salesman, 289 n Howard 
Blimline Henry, cutter, 130 Lee 
Blimline Henry, cutter, over 170 Franklin 
Blimline Joseph, (B. & Son,) 289 n Howard 
Blimline Jos. shirts, &c., 302 n Howard 
Blimline Valentine, laborer, 33 s Wolfe 
Blinsinger George F. carpenter, 145 Druid 

Hill av 
Blinsinger George M. 145 Druid Hill av 
Blinsinger Wm. M. carpenter, Swan hotel 
Bliss MTxjor H., Eutaw house 
Blitt Louis, moulder, Washington nr Aliceanna 
Blizzard C. H. sexton, 73 St. Peter 
Blizzard John L. copper refiner, 131 Cross 
Blizzard John R. engineer, 166 Battery av 
Block Mrs. Augustus, 64 McCulloh 
Block Edward, (E. Block & Co. ) 189 w HoflFman 
BLOCK EDWARD & CO. (E. Block, Chas. F. 
Dallam,) oyster and fruit packers, 38 York 
Block Finley," engraver, 99 Orleans 
Block George, engineer, 6 Butler 
Block Mrs. Harriet, 99 Orleans 
Block Henry, mariner, 177 s Wolfe 
Block John, (Thomsen & Block, ) 128 n Charles 
Block John H. bricklayer, 51 s Poppleton 
Block Peter, laborer, 19 Albemarle 
Block Solomon S. clerk, 118 s Eden 
Block Simon, 118 s Eden 
Bloeser Christian, 168 s Wolfe 
Blogg Albert, clerk, 691 w Fayette 
Blogg Rev. E. N. S. salesman, cor Strieker and 

Mulberry 
Blome George, (Blome & Jacobi,) 445 w Bal- 
timore 
BLOME & JACOBI, (George Blome, Godfrey 
Jacobi, ) candies and fruits, 455 w Baltimore 
Blome John, candy maker, 455 w Baltimore 
Blomeier Christian, blacksmith, 240 s Caro- 
line, dw 178 s Caroline 
Blomeier Ennis, shoemaker, 32 President 
Blondell Dennis, liquors, 103 Linden av 
Blondheim Hart, clothing, 173§ Franklin and 
200 Lexington, dw 105 n Howard 



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Blonenkalb Ernest, carter, Bethel bet Monu- 
ment and McElderry 
Blood Wm. H. car driver, 968 w Baltimore 
Bloodsworth Jacob, mariner, 81 s High 
Bloom Mrs. E. C. boardins:, SliS w Fajette 
Bloomer Catherine, 157 n Caroline 
Bloomer Frederick, tanner, 8(3 n Central av 
BLOOMER JOHN W. grocery, 149^ w HofiF- 
. man, dw 211 Druid Hill av 
Bloorakamp Andrew, cooper, 141 n High 
Blotkamp \Vm. hacks, 2(30 e Lombard 
Bloxham John, stoves and hardware, 56 and 

95 Harrison, dw 157 n High 
Bloxham John L. clerk, 15*7 n High 
Bloxham Richard J. telegraphist, 127 n High 
Bloxham Wm. engineer, 218 Lee 
Bloys Thomas, tinner, 1 1 Walker 
Blucher David, letter carrier, 239 Columbia 
Blucher John, moulder, 5 Baker 
Blufford Wm. H. laborer, Cathedral nr North- 
ern av 
Blum Anton, laborer, 148 Low 
Blum Mrs. Barbara, 103 s Bond 
BWim Benj. cigar maker, 206 s Wolfe 
Blum Bernard, cigar maker, 29 Jefferson 
Blum Mrs. Catherine, 376 Saratoga 
Blum Charles, U. S. N. 257 Aliceanna 
Blum Daniel, furniture repairer, 41 n Cen- 
tral av 
Blum Fred, bricklayer, 48 Lancaster 
Blum Gotleib, laborer, 156 s Castle 
Blum G. (B., Hechinger & Co.) 76 Columbia 
Blum H. F. barber, 397 n Gay 
Blum, Hechinger k Co. (G. Blum, D. Hech- 
inger, F. Hechinger,) wholesale clothiers, 
n w cor Pratt and Sharp 
Blum Henry, carpenter, 297 s. Bond 
Blum H. F. barber, 66 Light 
Blum Isaac, sec. hand dealer, 193 e Lombard 
Blum Isaac, sec. hand clothier, 234 s Caroline 
Blum Jacob, shoemaker, 257 Aliceanna 
Blum Jacob, cigar maker, 193 e Lombard 
Blum John, laborer, 133 n Central av 
Blum Joseph, scourer, 153 n Eden 
Blum Louis, shoemaker, 121 e Eager 
Blum Mrs. Mina, sec. hand clothing, 257 Alice- 
anna 
Blum Philip, bookbinder, 217 n Gay 
Blum Mrs. Rachel, 129 Vine 
Blum S. H. bookbinder, 69 s Paca 
Blum vSolomon,{Hess, B. ^- Co.)294 Lexington 
Blum Wm watchmaker, 538 w Baltimore 
Blum Wm. laborer, 153 Aliceanna 
Bluniauer Louis, boots, shoes and clothing, 

235 8 Charles 
Blurac Albert, fancy goods, 136 s Broadway 
Blume Herman, gilder, 7 Holland 
Blumenberg Julius J. tobacconist, 122 w Fay- 
ette 
Blumenburg Maj. Leopold, supt. U. S. ware- 
houses, office Public store No. 1, dw 37 n 
Exeter 
Blumenburg Rudolph, 155 s Ann 
Blumenkam[) Ernst, coojier, — n High 
Bluuiennilher John, tailor 16 Preston 
Bluraeiilhal .Vbraham, (B. & l!ro.) and second 

hand dealer, 271 s Charles 
Blumenthal Bernard P. dry goods, 156 Lex- 
ington 
Blumcnthal .j- Bro. (A. & M. B.,) clothing, 

boots, ifec, 184 Light st whf 
Blumenthal Lewis, clerk, 156 Lexington 



Blumenthal Michael, (B. k Bro.) 184 Light st 

wharf 
Blumer Margaret, confectionery, 205 s Bond 
Blumer Samuel, printer, 205 s Bond 
Blumhardt Charles, butcher, cor Lombard and 

Wilkens 
Blundell Anthony, laborer, 1 Sterrett 
Blundell Dennis, liquors, 103 Garden 
Blundell Dennis, collector, 1 Sterrett 
Blundell Lewis, carter, 8 Front, nof Foundry 
Blundell Wm. coachman, G6 Mulberry 
Blundell Malachi, 248 u Howard 
Blunt Nelson, laborer, 21 Walker 
Bly Patrick, laborer, 536 w Pratt 
BOARD OF PUBLIC SCHOOL COMMIS- 
SIONERS, n e cor Holliday and Fayette 
BOARD OF TRADE, office New Exchange 

Buildings, George U. Porter, secretary 
BOARD OF HEALTH, ofBce old City Hall, n 
■ Holliday 
Board of School Commissioners for Baltimore 

county, 21 n Calvert. 
Boarman Mrs. Rebecca C. 80 Hillen 
Boarman Robert I. carpenter, 215 e Fayette 
Bobart Charles C. clerk, 138 s Bethel 
BOBART THOS. W. restaur' t, 242 s Broadway 
Bobee James A. shi])smith, 207 Light 
Bobee John D. shipjoiner, 207 Light 
Bobee Joseph F. clerk, 207 Light 
Bobeth Charles L. piano maker, 429 w Fayette 
Bobeth Louis E. piano maker, 77 St. Peter 
Bobpst Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 206 s Chapel 
Boblitz Wm II. pumpmaker, Durham nr Or- 
leans 
Bock Julius, painter, 322 e Monument 
Bock Wilhelmina, 252 Aliceanna 
Bockelman Christian, machinist, 1404 s Spring 
Bockelman Conrad, tailor, 125 Barre 
Bockelman Peter, paver, 116 s Spring 
Bockelman Dietrich, shoemaker, 158 s Fremont 
Bockelman Wm. upholsterer, 11 Painter's ct 
Bockman Charles, can maker, 68 Durst al 
Bockmiller Wm. tanner, 98 Chew 
Bockmiller Wm. P. (Bartol & B.,) 103 Chew 
Bockreimer Minster, shoemaker, 270 s Caroline 
Bode Charles, tailor, 228 e Madison 
Bode Louis, porter, 336 s Sharp 
Bode Wm. S. clerk, 85 Hanover 
Bodein Jacob, umbrella maker, 77 Orleans 
Bodein John, umbrella maker, 77 Orleans 
Boden Frederick, tailor, 529 Canton av 
Boden Wra. confectioner, 299 e Monument 
Bodenmiller Henry, laborer, 88 s Bethel 
Bodenschatz John, tavern, 8(i3 w Pratt 
Bodcnsick Chas. I*\ bookbinder, 407 Franklin 
Bodensick Geo. H., bookbinder, 364 Franklin 
Bodensick Wm. T. bookbinder, 263 Franklin 
Bodger Michael T. shoemaker, 23 St. James 
Bodhe Herman, carter, 255 s Paca 
Bodicker Louis, fancy goods, 183 Madison av 
Boecker Henry, 312 Eastern av 
Bodkin Martin, laborer, 307 ("anton av 
Boeckner Charles, restaurant and hair dress- 
ing saloon, 485 w Baltimore 
Boee Patrick, glass cutter, 159 Hughes 
I5oegel John V. blacksmith, 181s Wolfe 
Boelil Henry, carpet store. 145 C!amden 
Boehlaiid Philip, painter, rear 30 Pcnna av 
Boehm August, grocer, 128 Hanover dw 130 
Boelim Dr. Adoljihus, l.'il Hanover 
Boehm Charles T. (Boehm, Rice &Co. ) 113 
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AOKNTS FOR 

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Boehm Henry, baker, 9 George 

Boehm John, blacksmith, 1 n Bond, dw 212 

e Lombard 
Boehm George, 192 Cross 
Boehm John L. bookkeeper, 242 w Fayette 
Boehm Michael, blacksmith, 1 n Bond 
Boehm, Rice k Co. (C. T. Boehm & J. W. 
Rice, ) woodenware, brushes, brooms, &c., 
32 s Calvert 
Boehm John W. wheelwright, 1 n Bond 
Boehmau Chas. laborer, 638 Light 
Boehman Harman, laborer, 638 Light 
Boehman Wm. laborer, 638 Light 
Boehme Charles H. shoemaker, 169 Ensor 
Boehme Fred'k W. machinist, 95 n Gay 
Boehme John, butcher, Harford av, opposite 

Darley park 
Boehme Wm. machinist, 95 n Gay 
Boehmer J. H. porter, 63 Henrietta 
Boehringer Mrs. Louisa, tailoress, 228 Henrietta 
Boerner Chas. F. bricklayer, 39 n Amity 
Boerner Geo. C, 39 n Amity 
Boerner JohnH. carpenter, 39 n Amity 

Boeshart Mrs. , 334 Canton av 

Boesenberg Henrick, tailor, 90 Mullikin 
Boetger Conrad, varnisher, Washington hotel 
Boette Theodore, shoemaker, 135 Vine 
Boettinger Peter, shoemaker, 9G Ensor 
Boettinger Wm. cigarmaker, 96 Ensor 
Boewing Charles, druggist, cor Boston, Ches- 
ter and Canton av 
Bogel John V. blacksmith, 208 s Wolfe 
Bogen Dr. Frederick W., emigrant agent, 256 

s Broadway 
Boggendik August, cooper, 300 Aliceanna 
Boggs A. G. bookkeeper, 56 e Baltimore 
Boggs A. A. (S. H. B. & Son) Catonsville 
BOGGS A. L. Jr. & CO. (A. L. boggs, jr., 
F. L. Golibart) wholesale and retail flour, 
grain and mill feed, 141 n Howard 
Boggs A. L. jr. (A. L. Boggs, jr. & Co.) 242 

n Eutaw 
Boggs Ann, 144 n Eutaw 
Boggs F. H'y (Brown, B. & Co.) 242 n Eutaw 
Boggs & Hoyt, (S. S. B., D. Hoyt,) real es- 
tate, 44 Lexington 
Boggs Jas. farmer, 144 n Eutaw 
Boggs J. Greer, bookkeeper, 56 e Baltimore 
Boggs Maxwell McD. 242 n Eutaw 
Boggs Rob't J. B. bookkeeper, 242 n Eutaw 
Boggs S. S. (S. S. B & Son,) Catonsville 
Boggs S. S & Son, (S. S. & A. A. Boggs,) 

oyster and fruit packers, 184 York 
Boggs Wm. (Wm. B. & Co.) 226 n Eutaw 
Boggs Wm. (Kilpatrick & B.) 144 n Eutaw 
Boggs Wm. & Co. (Wm. B., G. K. Warner,) 
agts Charter Oak Life Ins. Co., 38 n Calvert 
Bogle James, shipcarpenter, Gist nr Canton av 
Bogler John A. shoemaker, 16 e Baltimore 
Bogue H'y & Son (H'y and Rob't H. Bogue, ) 
tailors trimmings, over 226 w Baltimore 



Bogue Henry, (H. Bogue & Son) 71 Franklin 
Bogue Jas. groceries and liquors, 11 Mercer, 

dw 18 n Front 
Bogue Nicholas, 21 w Foundry 
Bogue Rob't H. (H. B. & Son) Tl Franklin 
Bogue Dr. Rob't J. 18 n Front 
Bogue V. Thomas, clerk, 59 Hollins 
Bohager Francis, grocei'y, 19 Bank 
Bohager Sam'l, junk, 11 Bank 
Bohan Ellen, grocery, 34 Rock- 
Bohan James, gardener, 34 Rock 
Bohanan Dr. James S. 56 n Broadway 
Bohl Christian, laborer, 208 s Bond 
Bohl John, laborer, 451 Canton av 
Bohlayer Eliza, tailoress, 224 e Lombard 
Bohlayer Jas. H. shipcarp'r, 224 e Lombard 
Bohlman Fred'k, tailor, 56 Portland 
Bohlman Otto, cigarmaker, 15 Greenmountav 
Bohm Mrs. Bertha, seamstress, 50 s Wolfe 
Bohm Constance, beer 50 s Wolfe 
Bohm Henry, shoemaker, 50 s Wolfe 
Bohm Valentine, tailor, 50 s Wolfe 
Bohn Aug. (M. Bohn & Sons) 43 Holland 
Bohn Michael (M. Bohn & Sons) 43 Holland 
Bohn Michael & Sons (Michael, William and 

August B.)steam turning & sawing, 5 Swan 
Bohn Mrs. Mina, 319 s Bond 
Bohn Wm. (M. Bohn & Sons) 43 Holland 
Bohne Henry, grocery, 19 Chatsworth 
Bohnenberg Fritz, lab'r, 32 Gist nr Canton av 
Bohner John, drayman, 146 Saratoga 
Bohner Nicholas, tailor, 8 Port 
Bohnleen Joseph, carver, 94 Johnson 
Bohnlein John, cooper, 16 Elizabeth la 
Bohnlein Joseph, laborer, 309 Eastern av 
Bohnlofink John, shoemaker, 194 e Lombard 
Bohrer Christian, cooper, 190 s Bond 
Bohrer Dr. B. F. 255 n Eutaw 
Bohrer Julius S., U. S. N., 23 McCulloh 
Bohs John, hammerman, 61 Preston 
Boice Geo. M. miller, 223 Hollins 
BOKEE GEO. M. china, glass, queensware, 

41 n Howard, dw 211 Lexington 
Bokee Howard, oil and lamps, 1'4 n Howard, 

dw 277 Lexington 
Bokee Morris H. clerk, 277 Lexington 
Bokee Tobias, cooper, 143 Hamburg 
Bokee Wm.F. (Wm. F.B. <j-Co.) 105 n Front 
BOKEE WM. F. & CO. (William F. Bokee) 

china merchants, 1 and 3 Harrison 
Bokee Wm. H. bailiff tax court, 314 Franklin 
Bokel John G. grocery, 283 e Eager 
Bokel Mrs. John H. shoe store, 62 Park 
Bokel Joseph A. clerk, 283 e Eager 
Bokel Theodore A. grocery, 146 Stirling 
Boken Patrick, laborer, 9 McLeary ct 
Bokenan Augustus, shoemak., 670 w Baltimore 
Boker Bernard H. furniture, 67 Penna. av 
Boklage Mrs. Eliz.,milk, O'Donnell nrEastav 
Boland August, gardener, 300 n Central av 
Boland August, finisher, 302 Cross 
Boland James, jr., junk, 168 Canton av 
Boland James F. sr., grocery and liquors, 168 

Canton av 
Boland John, laborer, 24 Willow 
Boland Margaret A. boarding, 61 n Calvert 
Boland Mrs. M. dressmaker, 265 Forrest 
Boland Michael, clerk, 2 Tyson 
Boland Otis, blacksmith, 6,3 s Oregon 
Boland Patrick, laborer, 265 Forrest 
Boland Patrick, laborer, 410 s Charles 
Boland Thomas, boilermaker, 265 Forrest 



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Boland Thomas, boilermaker, 9 Constitution 
Bolander Wm. laborer. Fort av near Johnson 
Bolden Edward, laborer, 26 Hillen 
Bolden James, carter, Eden near AHceanna 
Bolden Robert, blacksmith, Gilmor nr Pratt 
Bolden Wm. machinist, 89 n Amity 
Boldt Wm. tavern, 204 Lexington 
Bolenius Mij. Adolphus W. 256 n Howard 
Bolenius Ernst W. clerk, 23(j Madison av 
Bolenius Ernst "W. clerk, 2U2 w Pratt 
Bolenius Frederick H. clerk, 256 n Howard 



BOLENIUS G. H., Dealer in Leaf 
Tobacco, Manufactured Tobacco 
and Cigars, n w cor Charles and 
Pratt. 

Bolges John, laborer, 22 Fountain 

Bolgiano Gilbert C. locksmith and bellhanger, 

127 Saratoga, dw 269 n Ga.v 
Bolgiano Joseph A. (Bolgiano & Son,) 347 n 

Gay 
Bolgiano John C. carpenter, 98 Chew 
Bolgiano John, (Bolgiano & Son,) 49 Chew 
Bolgiano & Son, (J. and J. A. Bolgiano,) shoe 

findings and garden seeds, 28 s Calvert 
Bollack Catherine, 186 s Chapel 
Bollack John P. cooper, 523 Canton av 
Bollack Philip, cooper, 523 Canton av 
Boiler Wm. lager beer, 639 w Baltimore 
Bollinger Christian, caulker, 40 Lancaster 
Bollinger John, laborer, 40 Lancaster 
Bollinger John, stevedore, 208 s Bethel 
Bollmau August, miller, 209 Eastern av 
Bollman, Beck & Co., (Fred M. Bollman, G. 
n. Beck, G. Ludewig, ) imps, and general 
commis. merchants, 63 s Gay 
Bollman Charles A. engineer, 201 Conway 
Bollman Christian, blacksmith, 327 n Cen- 
tral av 
Bollman Ernst J, drayman, 217 Conway 
Bollman Franklin, whitewasher, 5 West al 
Bollman Frederick M. (Bollman, Beck & Co.) 

106 Lee 
Bollman Mrs. Fredericka, s w cor McIIenry 

and Sterrett 
Bollman Henry, porter, 180 w Baltimore 
Bollman Herman F. drayman, 197 e Fayette 
Bollman Jas. H. finisher, 201 Conway 
Bollman John W. civil and constructing engi- 
neer, Clinton s of Boston, dw 343 e Pratt 
Bollman Jacob M. machinist, 112 Penna av 
Bollman Wendell, president Western Md. R. 
R., civil and constructing engineer, Patapsco 
Works. Clinton sof Boston, dw 112 Pcnnaav 
Bolst Mrs. Margaret, peddler, 7 Hull's la 
Bolster Michael, brickraaker, 15 Wyeth 
Bolster Thomas, clothing cutter, 116 Barre 
Bolte Augustus, laborer, 13 s Stockton al 
BOLTE HENRY, manuf. dress and cloak 
trimmings, 240 w Baltimore, dw 11 s Eutaw 
Bolton Brothers, (Wm. H., D. K. and J. T. 
Bolton,) gliiBs, oils, paints, 82 and 84 w 
Pratt 
Bolton Charles W. clerk, 1 Jackson 
Bolton Dan'l K. (B. Bros.) Harford Co 
BOLTOX HUGH & CO., (H. Holton, Glendy 
Stuart, H. W. Bolton, Wm. B. Bolton,) 
glass, oils and paints, 81 and 83 McElderry's 
whf 
Bolton Hugh, (Hugh Bolton kCo.) 20 n Front 



Bolton Hugh W. (Hugh B. & Co.) 20 n Front 

Bolton James K. clerk, 114 s Bond 

Bolton Dr. John H. pharmaceutist, n e cor 

Boston and Windsor 
Bolton J. T. (Bolton Bros.) 1 Jackson 
Bolton Wm. B. (H. Bolton & Co.) 156 Pearl 
Bolton Wm. H. (Bolton Bros.) 3 Jackson 
Bolz John, cooper, 10 s Durham 
Bolzer Henry, tailor, 62 Aliceanna 
Bomart John, laborer, 87 Cambridge 
Bombaugh Dr. Charles C, editor Baltimore 

Underwriter, 57 Second, dw cor Lanvale 

and John 
Bomberger Mrs. Frances, 4 Prospect la 
Bomberger John W. shoemaker, 259 Light 
Bomberger John H. shoemaker, 259 Light 
Bona Bernhard, collector, 240 Hanover 
Bona Louis C. bookkeeper, 240 Hanover 
Bonager Philip, shoemaker, 91 e Lombard 
Bonaker John G. butcher, 54 n Spring 
Bonaparte Jerome N. 95 Park 
Bonavita Mrs. Amelia R. music teacher, 95 w 

Biddle 
Bond Alexander, fish dealer, Hanover, Lex- 
ington and Centre markets, dw 243 e Biddle 
Bond Alexander, huckster, 245 e Biddle 
Bond Alexander J. carpenter, 183 Druid Hillav 
Bond Arthur W. clerk, 171 w Fayette 
Bond Aquilla, iron roller, 131 Hudson 
Bond Burnett, huckster, 313 Aisquith 
Bond Benjamin F. baggage master, 168 s Paca 
Bond Beverly W. law student, 20 Chatsworth 
Bond Charles H. clerk, 1 McMechin 
Bond Caleb J. fish dealer, 69 Grauby 
Bond Mrs. Eliza' h, seamstr's, 46 n Central av 
Bond Mrs. Elizabeth, dressmaker, 54 Barre 
Bond George, carter, 168 s Paca 
Bond George, carpenter, 335 n Howard, dw 

Walsh near Townsend 
Bond George M. barkeeper, 168 s Paca 
Bond Harry I. salesman, 348 e Monument 
Bond G. Morris, attorney, 33 St. Paul, dw 82 

Read 
BOND HUGH L. attorney, over 24 n Charles, 

dw Northern av opposite Park av 
Bond James, 85 s Caroline 
Bond James,(Thos. B.& Son,) 350 e Monument 
Bond James H.(J. W. B. & Co.) 86 w Baltimore 
Bond James, jr., fruit and produce, 41 Grant, 

dw 348 e Monument 
Bond James L. student, 20 Chatsworth 
BOND J. W. & Co. (J. W^ and J. H. Bond,) 

booksellers, 86 w Baltimore 
Bond J. W. (J. W. B. cj- Co.) 229 e Baltimore 
Bond John, cooper, 119 n Bond 
Bond John H. carpenter, 17 Ogston 
Bond John W. pyrotechnist, 80 s Broadway 
Bond John W. asst. assessor, 330 e Baltimore 
Bond Joshua B. bookkeeper, 20 Chatsworth 
Bond Lewis B. canmaker, 119 u Bond 
Bond Leander, carpenter, Walsh nr Townsend 
Bond Leonard, laborer, Walsh nr Townsend 
Bond Martha A. teacher, 16 s Ann 
Bond Mary, laundress, 76 Richmond 
Bond Peter P. car[)enter, Townsend nr Walsh 
Bond Rebecca A. dressmaker, 168 s Paca 
Bond Sam'l, carpenter, Grundy nr Mosher 
Bond Samuel, iron roller, 6 Port 
Bond .Mrs. Susanna, 16 s Ann 
Bond Thomas G. police, Eagle hotel 
Bond Thomas E. jr. bookkeeper, 82 Read 
Bond Thomas B. barkeeper, Gilmor house 



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Bond Thomas, cigar maker, 9 Dawson al 
Bond Rev. Dr. Thomas E. editor Bait. Epis. 
Methodist, and pres. Bait. Concrete Stone 
Co. 82 Read 
Bond Thomas J. farmer, 20 Chats worth 
Bond Thomas B. 126 n Calvert 
Bond Thomas J. restaurant, 204 e Pratt 
Bond Thomas, (Thos. Bond & Son,) Judge 

Orph. Ct. 99 n Bond 
Bond Thomas, & Son, (Thos. Bond, Jas. 

Bond, ) produce dealers, n w cor Calvert and 

Pratt 
Bond \Vm. ship joiner, 32 Bank 
Bond Wm. C. huckster, 9 s Ann 
BOND WM. & CO. (W. Bond, H. Drupjan,) 
comm'n and produce merch's, n e cor Pratt 
and HoUingsworth 
Bond Wm. (Wm. B. ^- Co.) 41 s Washington 
Bond Wm. grain insp. 168 s Paca 
Bond Wm. S. B. clerk, 20 Chatsworth 
Bond Wm. laborer, 203 n Central av 
Bonday James, (B. & Thurlow,) 187 Gough 
Bonday James, jr. wharfinger, Gibson's whf. 

dw 100 s Chester 
Bonday & Thurlow, (J. Bonday, J. Thurlow,) 

oak coopers, 111 Thames 
Bondle John, laborer, 163 s Spring 
Bone Mrs. Annie, grocery, 116 William 
Bone Isabella, 3 Garden 
BONE WM. justice of the peace, 58 Camden, 

dw 116 William 
Boneau De St. Marcel Edward, portrait painter, 

133 e Baltimore 
Bonhage Frederick, tailor, 12 e Pratt 
Bonhage Henry, tailor, 12 e Pratt 
Bonheim David, tailor, 56 Druid Hill av 
Bonheim Martin, dyer, 150 s Eutaw 
Bonheim Herman, clerk, 150 s Eutaw 
Bonhongon August, tailor, 51 Portland 
BONIFANT WASHINGTON, U. S. Marshal 

for Md. U. S. Ct. House, dw Montgomery co 
Boning Henrv, cigar maker, 29 s Oregon 
BONINGER BROS. (E. B., R. Lehr,) tobacco 

com. and ship'ng merch's, over 29 s Charles 
Boninger Edw'd, (B. Bros.) Reunert house 
BONN ANTHONYS. & CO. (A. S., D. W., 

& R. Bonn, ) imps, and whole, dealers in 

tobacco, 120 s Charles 
Bonn Anthony, letter carrier, 27 n Pine 
Bonn Ant'ny, Pine, bet Fayette and Lexington 
Bonn Anthony, clerk, 27 Pearl 
Bonn Anthonv, 66 n Paca 
Bonn Ant'ny "S. (A. S. Bonn & Co.) 66nPaca 
BONN D. W. & Co. (D. W. & Richard B.) 

manufs. snuff, 3 Perry 
Bonn Daniel W. (Anthonv S. Bonn & Co.) 

and (D. W. B. & Co. ) 317 w Fayette 
Bonn Joseph, bookkeeper, 321 w Baltimore 
Bonn Richard, (Anthony S. Bonn & Co.,) and 

(D. W. B. k Co.) 62 sPaca 
Bonn Thomas, caulker, 186 s Washington 



Bonnafous Maison, restaurant, 58 w Fayette 
Bonner Capt. Elijah, mariner, 14 Gough 
Bonnet Isaac, peddler, over 43 Harrison 
Bonnet Jacob, shoemaker, 306 Canton av 
Bonnet John, hostler, 278 s Wolfe 
Bonnett Joseph A. clerk, 7 McElderry 
Bonnett Joseph L. currier, 7 McElderry 
Bonnett Wm. whitewasher, 138 Bank 

BOWNEY ELIAS, Wholesale and 
Eetail Dealer in Ribbons, Laces> 
Embroidery, Kid Gloves, Hoop 
Skirts, Corsets, Fancy and Milli- 
nery Goods, 209 w Baltimore, dw 
Howard House 

Bonney James E. clerk, 276 Hollins 
Bonney John, clerk at Fountain hotel 
BONSAL & CO. (Stephen Bonsai, Robertson 

Taylor, ) wholesale grocers, 63 Exchange pi 
Bonsai Edmund C. jr. clerk, 9 Irvin pi 
Bonsai Robert, silver plater, 165 Saratoga 
Bonsai Stephen. (Bonsai & Co.) 157 u Charles 
Bonsall John, carpenter, 338 Saratoga 
Bonslager George, laborer, 1 Hyde's ct 
Bonnyrent Harry, gasfitter, 94 Camden 
Booker & Co. (J. W. Booker, F. C. Cole,) 

lime, &c. 106 n Scbroeder 
Booker Henry C. copperplate print. Ill s Sharp 
Booker James W. clerk, 76 n Paca 
Booker John L. sec'y Order Druids, office n e 

cor Baltimore and Gay. dw 76 n Paca 
Booker John T. (B. & McDonough,) 76 n Paca 
Booker John W. £B. & Co.) 76 n Paca 
Booker <|- McDonough, (John T. B., John 

A. McDonough,) painters, 466 w Baltimore 
Booker Winfield S. plumber, 76 n Paca 
Bookhultz George, butcher, 169 Hamburg 
Bookhultz George H. carter, 169 Hamburg 
Bookhultz John, tinner, 169 Hamburg 
Bookhultz Mary, 230 Lee 
Bookman Hannah, junk, 204 Canton av 
Bookman Henry, peddler, 204 Canton av 
Bookman Joseph, cooper, 28 Willow 
Bookmeyer Fred'k, wheelwright, 107 Henrietta 
Boom John, shoemaker, 226 s Ann 
Boon Benjamin T. 10 Lee 
Boon John, shoemaker, 94 Richmond 
Boon John R. machinist, 124 Saratoga 
Boon Joseph, carpenter, 122 Druid Hill av 
Boon Mrs. Mary, 55 Harford av 
Boon Robert W. cabinetmaker, 55 Harford ar 
Boone Charles W. police, 54 s Caroline 
Boone Henry H. shoemaker, 413 e Fayette 
Boone Dr. James H. 845 w Baltimore 
Boone Dr. John F. homeopathic medicines, 13 

n Eutaw 
Boone John H. D. jr., 169 e Madison 
Boone John H. D. 36 Greenmount av 
Boone John W. carpenter, 187 Druid Hill av 
Boone John W. lumber, 223 e Lombard 
Boone Matthew, moulder, 89 Mound 
Boone Nicholas, watchman, 143 Aisquith 
Boone Samuel, junk, 1 West Falls av., dw 231 

e Lombard 
Boone Mrs. Virginia, 122 s Charles 
Boone Wm. cabinetmaker, 152 n Exeter 
Boone Wm. cabinetmaker, 788 w Baltimore 
Boone Wm. C. telegraphist, 192 n Calvert 
Boone Wm. G. painter, 257 Gough 



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Boone Wm. H. steam fitter, 166 Aisquith 

Boone Wm. M. 26 Mulberry 

Booth & Bro. (George W.and Henry A. Booth,) 

house and sign painters, 47 HoUiday 
Booth George, carpenter, 83 n Front 
Booth George, laborer, 7 L. McEIderry 
Booth George W. (Booth & Bro.) 247 n Eden 
Booth Henry A. (Booth & Bro.) 136 s Bond 
Booth J. H. (Wilson & Co.) Fountain hotel 
Booth Jane, 3 Thomsen 
Booth Jane, 273 Mulberry 
Booth John C. upholsterer, 219 Aisquith 
Booth John H. (Wilson Son & Co.) Lanvale 

nr John 
Booth Joseph, upholsterer, 114 Aisquith 
Booth Joseph, plasterer, 51 Preston 
Booth Josiah C. painter, 17 Gough 
Booth Marshall, pilot, 190 Montgomery 
Booth Robert, claim and book agent, 13 Lex- 
ington, dw 38 s Sharp 
Booth Wm. 0. L. painter, s e cor Gough and 

Eden 
Booth Washington, (Fitzgerald, Booth & Co.) 

Rennert house, cor Saratoga and Liberty 
Boothe S. L. storekeeper U. S. bonded wareh. 

Buchanan's whf., dvv Eutaw nr Lombard 
Bootman John, mariner, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Booz Thomas & Bro. (T. and C. W. Booz,) 
ship builders, Atlantic whf Boston, Canton 
Booz Benjamin, collector, 123 s Washington 
Booz Charles W. (T. Booz & Bro. and Noble 

k Co.) 125 s Ana 
Booz Daniel W. ship carpenter, 174 Gough 
Booz Edward G. ship carp. 137 s Wolfe 
Booz Mrs. Harriet, boarding, 155 Elliott 
Booz Henry P. ship carpenter, 49 s Regester 
Booz John, restaurant, 35 Thames 
Booz John J. ship carpenter, 104 n Bond 
Booz Mrs. Mary W seamstress, 202 Bank 
Booz Randolph, ship carpenter, 155 Elliott 
Booz Mrs. Susan, seamstress, 196 Bank 
Booz Thomas, (T. Booz & Bro. and Noble & 

Co.) 142 Chesapeake 
Booz Wm. wood, 77 William 
Booz Wm. B. clerk, 202 Br.nk 
Booze James W. i^yster packer, 92 n Broadway 
Booze Joseph, wood, 92 Light, dw 331 Light 
Booze Marcellus J. jr., clerk, 309 w Pratt 
Booze Wm. wood, 88 William 
Bopp Charles, constable, l55 s Charles 
Bopp George, (B. & Reinhardt, ) 360 Light 
Bopp .Mrs. Mary, gardening. Light st ext 
Bopp Mrs. Mary, dry goods, 413 Light 
Bopp & Reinhardt, (George B., Melchoir Rein- 
hardt, ) merch't tailors, 154 Light st whf 
Bora.x Henry, rags, 228 s Durham 
Borchard Edward, carpenter, 1G7 s Regester 
Borcherding John, cigarmaker 2 Watson ct 
Borcherding John G. sr., clerk, 13 Dover 
Borcherding John G. restaurant, 13 Dover 
Borde .Madame F. milliner and dressmaker, 18 

n Charles 
Borde John B. 18 n Charles 
Borden Coal Co's Whf., pier 3 L. P., E. Pratt 

& Bro., agts., 27 and 29 s Charles 
Borden Richard, laborer, 21 w Second 
Bordine .Mrs. Margaret, 8 Barnet 
Bordlty Hro8.( W. J. &H. J. B.,)com. merch'ts 

over 147 w Pratt 
Bordley Hiram J. (B. Bros.) 207 n Calvert 
Bordley .Mrs. .Margaret, boarding, 87 a Charles 
Bordley Samuel C. tinner. 111 Conway 



Bordley Wm. C. sr. bookkeeper, 62 North 
Bordley Wm. C. jr. clerk. Mechanics' National 

Bank, 265 Druid Hill av 
Bordley Wm. J. (3. Bros.) 207 n Calvert 
Boreger Gotleib, laborer, 33 Fountain 
Borgadeen Christopher, dairy, 292 s Bond 
Borgealt Alfred, painter, 91 Peirce 
Borged George, butcher, 71 Raborg 
Borgelt Rebecca, 75 Warner 
Borger Sefrin, yeast powders, 422 Saratoga 
Borgman Francis, laborer, 18 Haw 
Borgman Henry, wheelwright, 68 Greenm'tav 
Borgman Henry, cabinetmaker, 45 Clay 
Borgman Mrs. Mary, 191 w Lombard 
Borgineier Adam, porter, 200 e Eager 
Boring Abraham, ropemaker, 41 Abbot 
Boring E. H. stone cutter, 302 Franklin 
Boring John T. & Co. (J. T. B., John H. Ire- 
land,) tobacconist, 265 w Pratt 
Boring John T. ( J. T. B & Co.) 96 s Paca 
Boring John T. tobac. and cigars, 73 Columbia 
Borish Charles, piano maker, 38 Portland 
Borman Christian, laborer, 100 n Spring 
Born August, baker, 413 w Pratt 
Born August, baker, 216 Hollins 
Born Herman, liquors, wines, etc., s w cor 

Hanover and Camden, dw 16 Warner 
Born Herman, blacksmith, 380 Saratoga 
Born John, cooper, 413 w Pratt 
Born John, grocery, 124 n Caroline 
Born Jos. grocer, cor Lexington and Schroeder 
Born Mrs. Julia, confectionery, 16 Warner 
Born Tobias, carter, 82 n Schroeder 
Borueman Henry W. tailor, 77 u Bethel 
Borner Gotleib, tanner, 57 Buren 
Bornhage Mrs. Mary, 35 Saratoga 
Bornheim Wm. trimmings, 107 Aisquith 
Bornhorn Henry J. carpenter, 64 s Wolfe 
Bornman Wm. baker, 10 Scott 
Bornshine Theodore, musician, 45 Albemarle 
Borrouich Michael, clerk, 82 n Holliday 
Borrouich Thos. barkeeper, 82 n Holliday 
Borten Edw'd, laborer, 369 Canton av 
Borten Mrs Mary, 369 Canton av 
Borten Patrick, laborer, 369 Canton av 
Borton Mrs. Matilda, dressmaker, 7 Courtland 
Borworth Joseph, laborer, Harford av near 

Point la 
Borworth Philip, ropemaker, Harford av near 

Point la 
Bory Frederick, laborer, 6 Bolton al 
Boschamer J. laborer, 28 Lloyd 
Bosche Dietrich, laborer, gas works. Spring 

gardens 
Bosche George H. tanner, 96 n Ann 
Boschel Herman, engineer, cor Clinton and 

First av 
Boschert Martin, carpenter, 2 n Durham 
Bose William, 114 St. Paul 
Bosce Henry, clerk, 363 w Fayette 
Boshammer Henry, wagoner, 86 s Regester 
Boshammer Henry C. shoemaker, 86 s Regester 
Bosley Mrs. Ann, 143 Johnson 
Bosley Mrs. Barbara, 103 llillen 
Bosley Bernard, shoemaker, 354 William 
Bosley Chas. H. police, 143 Jolmson 
Bosley Edward, sup' t machinery, 269 Mulberry 
Bosley Elijah M. jr. clerk P. O.' 191 w Fayette 
Bosley Geo. W. cigarmaker, 90 Walker ct 
Bosley Dr. Grafflin, 258 Madison av 
Bosley John, boarding, 206 Bank 
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Bosley John C. restaurant, 183 Lexington 
Boslej J. W. caulker, 46 Montgomery 
Bosley Mrs. Mary L. 191 Aisquith 
Bosley Nicholas M. clerk, 61 Barre 
Bosley Mrs. R. C. boarding, 42 St. Paul 
Bosley Mrs. Sarah, 203 w Fayette 
Bosley Talbot, carter, Farmers' hotel 
Bosley Washington, of City Pass. R. W. 3 s 

Broadway 
Bosley Wm. H. printer, 54 n Bond 
Bosnian Ale.x. carpenter, 11 Gould's la 
Bosman Benjamin, carpenter, 4 Mulberry 
Bosman Wm. carter, 109 York 
Bosmith Wm. J. engineer, Covington nr Ham- 
burg 
Boss Adam, laborer, 231 s Bond 
Boss Anton, beer and brickmaker, 59 s Wolfe 
Boss Berkard, tailor, 139 n Bond 
Boss Francis, cooper, 106 s Durham 
Boss Geo. L. wines, n w cor South and Water, 

dw 253 w Lombard 
Boss George, cooper, 106 s Durham 
Boss George, manner, 139 s Bond 
Boss Henrv, plumber, 109 Thames, dw 139 s 

Bond 
Boss Henry, upholsterer, 123 n Eutaw, dw 108 

Penna. av 
Boss Mrs. Martha, 2 n Bond 
Boss Nap, watchman, 191 e Pratt 
Boss Robt. D. civil engineer, 253 w Lombard 
Bossart Paul, telegraphist, 46 n Charles 
Bosse Andreas, shoemaker, 51 L. Montgomery 
Bosselle Mrs. Josephine, 65 Granby 
Bosselle Lewis, jr. fancy store, 66 s Bond 
Bosselle Lewis, cigarmaker, 66 s Bond 
Bosselle Louis, sr. 65 Granby 
Bossien Chas. cooper, 905 w Pratt 
Bossle Chas. baker, 5 e Pratt 
Bossle John, laborer, 83 Boston 
Bossle Joseph, bakery, 5 e Pratt 
Bosson Alfred W. clerk, 133 Dolphin 
Bosson George F. upholsterer, 133 Dolphin 
Bosson James W. sr. upholsterer, 133 Dolphin 
Bosson James W.jr. upholsterer, n e cor Sharp 

and German, dw 133 Dolphin 
Boster Fred'k, laborer, Patuxentnr O'Donnell 
Bostick Mrs. Ann, 15 New 
Bostick Ferdinand, hostler, 15 New 
Boston Mrs. Ann, 182^ n High 
BostoftCbas. G. (B. &"Lewis) 121 s Eden 
Boston Charles, carpenter, 119 s Eden 
Boston Jacob, messenger, Baltimore city col- 
lege, n w cor Holliday and Fayette 
Boston Jacob W. canmaker, 554 e Fayette 
Boston John E. H. (E. L. Parker ^ Co.) 415 

w Fayette 
Boston John T. sbipjoiner, 253 Eastern av 
■ Boston & Lewis, (C. G. B., G. H. Lewis) junk, 
cor Howard and Hill 
Boston Samuel A. puddler, 163 s Wolfe 
Boston Rev. Solomon C. 102 Lee 



Boston Wm. I. car driver, rear 215 Raborg 
Boston Wm. T. sailmaker, 119 s Eden 
Bostwick Jos. iron worker, 130 s Central av 
Boswell Elizabeth, millinery, 134 Columbia 
Boswell John R. carpenter, 861 w Baltimore 
Boswell Josephine, 134 Columbia 
Boswell M. F. S. (March, B. ^- Co.) Decker 

nr Hoffman 
Boswell Marriott, clerk, 20 s Howard 
Boswell Wm. brickmaker, 134 Columbia 
Bosworth Ebenezer C. clerk, 7 Scott 
Bosworth Jeremiah, mess'gr Adams Express, 

31 McHenry 
Bosworth Thos. custom house, 112 Orleans 
Bote Michael, laborer, 340 e Lombard 
Boteler A. R. (Smith, Bennett cj' Co.) Shep- 

herdstown, Va 
Boteler Beverley W. chief clerk B. ij- 0. R. R. 

481 w Fayette 
Boteler C. R. (B. cj- King) 183 e Baltimore 
Boteler ^- King, (C. R. B., A. H. King) den- 
tists, 183 e Baltimore 
Botelmeer George, clerk, 11 Clay 
Both Henry, drayman, Baltimore nr Pearl 
Both Julius, teacher, 391 s Charles 
Both Lewis, cigarmaker, 25 Gittings 
Bothmann Charles, watchmaker, 202 Hanover 
BOTHMANN E. F. C. 202 Hanover 
Bothmann Gustavus, lager beer, 99 Camden 
Bothofif Jacob, cooper, 93 Plum al 
Bottinger Andrew, shoemaker, 91 n Spring 
Bottleme Mrs. Annie, 34 Bank 
Bottolame August, tailor, 57 Gough 
Bottomer Fred'k J. boot and shoemaker, 112 

Saratoga 
Bottrill Francis, nightman, 149 e Monument 
Bottrill Francis, furn. wagoner, 44 Park av 
Bottrill George, 246 e Biddle 
Bottrill Isaac, 323 Penna. av 
Botts Mrs. Anna, 202 s Charles 
Botts George, machinist, 39 e Pratt 
Botz John, laborer, 9 Smith's al 
Botzler John, moulder, 206 s Chapel 
Bouchat John, painter, 139 Peirce 
Boucher Valentine, tailor, 173 n Eden 
Boucher Wm. jr. musical instruments, 38 e 

Baltimore, dw 77 Cathedral 
Bouchet Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer}'-, 42 Constitu- 
tion 
Bouchet John M. printer, 42 Constitution 
Bouchet Jos. A. police, 31 Constitution 
Boucsein Lewis, apothecary, cor Pratt and Eden 
Bonis John H. bookkeeper, 127 n Broadway 
Bould Joseph, collar maker, 55 German, dw 

Dolphin nr Etting 
Boulden Mrs. Jared, 110 n Gay 
Boulden Dr. J. E. P. 349 n Eutaw 
Boulden John W. letter carrier, 380 w Fayette 
Boulden Lewis, foundryman, 9 Clinton 
Bouldin Mrs. Ann, tailoress, 133 Barre 
Bouldin Mrs. Ariana, 215 Aisquith 
Bouldin Alfred, carpenter, s e cor Aisquith 

and Chew 
Bouldin Augustus, surveyor, over 11 North, 

dw 38 Aisquith 
Bouldin George H. police, Belair av ext 
Bouldin Owen & Bro. (R. J. & 0. B.) sur- 
veyors, over 11 North 
Bouldin Owen, (0. B. & Bro.) 63 e Fayette 
BOULDIN RANDOLPH J. attorney, 37 Lex- 
ington, dw 542 Lexington 
Bouldin Rich'd J. (0. B. & Bro.) 63 e Fayette 



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Bouldin Susanna S. teacher, 215 Aisquith 
Boult Thomas H. pilot, 137 n Exeter 
Boull Tho's H. jr. real estate broker, 18 s Ann 
Boult John, 137 n Exeter 
Bourchvitch George, tavern, 16 Grant 
Bourguet Francis, 714 Lexington 
Bourguet Wm. H. huckster. 238 s Paca 
Bourbon August, cook, 119 Jlulberry 
Bourke Thomas, engraver, 32 n Charles, dw 

418 w Fayette 
Bourke Wm. F. restaurant, 51 w Fayette 
Bourne Mrs. Mary, grocery, 60 n Eden 
Bourne Sam'l, hatter, 4 e Fayette, dw 60 n Eden 
Bourne Virgil F. (Wm. J. Parran & Co.) 32 

Hanover 
Bourne Wm. L. grocery, se cor Townsendand 

Division 
Boury Frances D. laborer, 88 St. Peter 
Boury Joseph, laborer, 128 Scott 
Bowden Mrs. Jane, grocery, 139 e Madison 
Bowden Maurice, clerk. Miller's hotel 
Bowdoin Geo. E. com. merchant, 95 Smith's 

\vh. dw 130 n Charles 
Bowdoin Wm. G. bookkeeper, Alexander 

Brown k Sons, 130 n Charles 
Bowe Addison, ins. ag't, 78 s Exeter 
Bowe Addison A., special ag't Union Mutual 

Life Ins. Co., Merchant's hotel 
Bowe John, wheelwright, 302 s Bond 
Bowel! Atwell, cutter, 72 s Bethel 
Bowen Amos, conductor, 219 Conway 
Bowen Andrew J. reporter, 41 Greenmountav 
Bowen Mrs. Annie M. 56 Jefferson 
Bowen Mrs. Ann, 189 Hanover 
Bowen Charles L. mariner, 121 s Caroline 
Bowen Mrs. Druzillar C. 101 William 
Bowen Geo. S. (Mowbray & B.) 20 Jackson sq 
Bowen George W. printer, 18 Chatsworth 
Bowen Geo. W. (B. <fe Mercer,) 20 Jackson sq 
Bowen George W. butcher, 82 Lexington and 

42 Centre mkts, dw 424 Penna. av 
Bowen George A. bricklayer, cor Federal and 

Hudson al 
Bowen George W. driver, 81 Mound 
Bowen George, laborer, 115 s Durham 
Bowen Granville, carpenter, 8 s Fremont 
Bowen .Mrs. Hannah, 33 Granby 
Bowen Henry, shoemaker, 243 s Charles, dw 

20 Camden 
Bowen Mrs. Jane J. 262 Aisquith 
Bowen Isaac, n e cor Penna. av and Clifton 
Bowen Jesse N. painter, 116 Orleans 
Bowen J. S. clerk, 66 s Washington 
Bowen John, clerk, 150 Hanover 
Bowen John L. salesman, 75 s Sharp 
Bowen John McC. clerk. 546 Le.vington 
Bowen Joseph L. machinist, 320 n Eutaw 
Bowen Joseph M. clerk P. 0. 30 n Paca 
Bowen Levi, 67 William 
Bowen Mrs. Louisana, 29 Abbot 
Bowen .Mrs. Martha, 3 n Broadvyay 
Bowen Mrs. .Mary A. 4 Preston 
Bowen & Mercer, (Geo. W. B., Charles H. 

Mercer,) oil, 3 Exchange pi 
Bowen, Mercer k Co. (G. W. B., C. H. M., 

H. Bersch,) shell lime, office 3 Exchange pi 
BOWEN NATHANIEL M. boot and shoe- 
maker, 20 Camden 
Bowen llich'd S. 189 Hanover 
Bowen lUchard, 288 Hollins 
Bowen Samuel W. plasterer, 50 Jefferson 
Bowen Stephen S. driver, 228 Bank 



Bowen Stephen, bricklayer, 228 Bank 
Bowen Sol'n, flour and feed, 863 w Baltimore 
Bowen Tho's, butcher, 45 Oxford 
Bowen Thomas H. painter, 1 n Sharp, dw 194 

e Baltimore 
Bowen Wm. H. machine moulder, 55 William 
Bowen Wm. P. bricklayer, 146 n Howard 
Bowen Wm. H. plasterer, 23 e Madison 
Bowen Zachariah T. hatter, 26 Warner 
Bower Adam, porter, 19 n Durham 
Bower Andrew, shoemaker, 40 Biddle al ' 
Bower Andrew, clerk, Calvert nr Mulberry 
Bower Anton, laborer, 356 e Eager 
Bower Casper, shoemaker, 175 s Eden 
Bower Charles, laborer, 107 Frederick av 
Bower Charles, laborer, 141 King 
Bower Edward L. butcher, 15 Oxford 
Bower Francis G. clerk, 28 n Liberty 
Bower George, shoemaker, 149 n Bethel 
Bower George, confectionery, 492 Lexington 
Bower Jno. broomniak , Canton av nr Caroline 
Bower John, tailor, 7 Bounty la 
Bower JohnC. laborer, Durham nr Orleans 
Bower John, shoemaker, 95 n Calvert 
Bower John A. shoemaker, 127 s Castle 
Bower Mrs. John Jacob, 494 Saratoga 
Bower John, tinner, 156 n Eden 
Bower John, grocery, 257 e Monument 
Bower Jos. dry goods, cor Jefferson and Eden 
Bower Lewis M. butcher, 631 w Lombard 
Bower Peter, laborer, 139 s Bethel 
Bower Wm. sr., laborer, 205 Conway 
Bower Wm. blacksmith, 141 King 
Bower Wm. moulder, 205 Conway 
Bowerman Andreas, tailor, 345 e Lombard 
Bowerman H'y N. bookkeeper, 483 w Fayette 
Bowerman Jas. B. (B. & Taylor)537 w Fayette 
Bowerman Mrs. Margaret, 88 n Strieker 
BOWERMAN RICHARD. N. dep. collector 

customs, 78 n Carey 
Bowerman & Taylor, (J. B. B., T. J. Taylor,) 

mdse brokers, 71 w Lombard 
Bowerman Wm. II. assistant weigher, 483 w 

Fayette 
Bowers Catherine, 126Raborg 
Bowers Charles B. clerk, 3.S4 w Fayette 
Bowers Mrs. Barbara, 95 Battery av 
Bowers Charles, moulder, 205 Conway 
Bowers Charles, carpenter, 366 n Gay 
Bowers Charles, huckster, 440 Penna. av 
Bowers Conrad, huckster, 129 Sarah Ann 
Bowers Rev. Daniel, 99 e Fayette 
Bowers Edward, artist, studio Lexington build- 
ing, dw 159 e Monument 
Bowers Edward, barkeeper, 411 w Baltimore 
Bowers Francis, cooper, 152 s Durham 
Bowers Frederick J. painter, 244 Conway 
Bowers Geo. E. wood carter, 130 e Madison 
Bowers George, cooper, 170 West 
Bowers George, cabinetmaker, 342 s Sharp 
Bowers George, laborer, 203 Frederick av 
Bowers George, laborer, 00 Walnut al 
Bowers Mrs. J. Jacob, 494 Saratoga 
Bowers Gotleib, milk, 393 s Sharp 
Bowers Henry A. (Wm. B. & Sons,) 384 w 

Fayette * 

Bowers Henry, shoemaker, 49 Harmony la 
Bovvers Henry, telegraphist, 198 Madison av 
Bowers J. Henry, 159 e Monument 
Bowers Henry C. furn wagon, 35 s Oregon 
Bowers Mrs. Henry, 10 Davis 
Bowers Jacob, butcher, 119 s Chapel 



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actEnts for 

EoseiiJale Ceinenl aM Plaster, 

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Bowers Jas. W. apothecary, 705 w Baltimore, 

dw 5 n Calhoun 
Bowers Jas. W. shoemaker, 47 Oxford 
Bowers John, painter, li30 Division 
Bowers John, wheelwright, 192 Cross 
Bowers John, butcher, Walsh near Fremont 
Bowers John E. (Wm. B. &Son, ) 160 Division 
Bowers John, moulder, 106Cooksie 
Bowers John M. shoemaker, 22 Chesnut 
Bowers Josiah, machinist, 150 s Fremont 
Bowers J. Mathias, carpenter, 159 e Monument 
Bowers Mrs. Margaret, 176 e Fayette 
Bowers Mrs. Margaret, nurse, 156 Ensor 
Bowers Mrs. Mary C. grocery, 35 s Oregon 
Bowers Maria L. 16 s Central av 
Bowers Martin H. plumber, 169Barre 
Bowers Mary Aun, confect'y, 150 s Fremont 
Bowers Oliver, brickmouldei'. Canton n of 

O'Donnell 
Bowers Roswell N. bookkeeper, 384 w Fayette 
Bowers Saml. C. saddletree maker, 51 Harrison 
Bowers Mrs. Thomas, 570 Saratoga 
Bowers Thomas, varnisher, 40 w Baltimore 
Bowers Thos. M. tobacconist, 70 w Pratt, dw 

176 e Fayette 
Bowers Wm. boilermaker, 19 James la 
Bowers Wm. & Sons, (Wm., Wm. T. and H. 

A. Bowers,) coachmakers, 406 w Baltimore 
Bowers Wm. H. conductor, 52 s Schroeder 
Bowers Wm. (Wm. B. & Sons,) 384 w Fayette 
Bowers \Vm.T.(Wm. B. &Sons, )18 n Fremont 
Bowers Wm. (Brune & Bowers, ) 58 Albemarle 
Bowersack Chas. varnisher, 138 Franklin 
Bowersock Austin, telegraphist, 11 Penn 
Bowersock George W. clerk Adams' E.^press 

company, 116 n Pine 
Bowersock J. W. telegraphist, 265 w Biddle 
Bowersox David M. carpenter, 136 Raborg 
Bowersox George, laborer, 75 Dawson al 
Bowersox Johu, laborer, 18 Wyeth 
Bowersox Johu, laborer, 96 St. Peter 
Bowersox, Mrs. Mary, 75 Dawson al 
Bowersox Theodore King, sales'n,229 Saratoga 
Bowersox Valentine, laborer, 75 Dawson al 
Bowes John, (B. & Starr,) 629 w Lombard 
BOWES & STARR, (J. B., J. J. Starr,) imps. 

of worsted goods, &c, 3 s Charles 
Bowie Albert B. 4 iMcCulloh 
Bowie Benjamin, 346 Harford av 
Bowie Bernard, laborer, 160 Greenmount av 
Bowie Charles W. (Klingelhofer &B.) 58 n 

Broadway 
Bowie & Caulk, ( W. J. B., Jas. Caulk, ) merch. 

tailors, 3 Rechabite hall, w Fayette 
Bowie Geo. W. painter, 250 e Fayette 
Bowie Henry C. sailmaker, 56 n Broadway 
Bowie Jas. supt. court house, 58 n Broadway 
Bowie Mrs. Malvina H. 4 McCulloh 
Bowie Strafford H. clerk, 4 McCulloh 
Bowie Wallace A., U. S. N. 254 Madison av 
Bowie Wm. (B. & Caulk,) 187 n Exeter 



Bowlen Michael, laborer, 51 Aliceanna 
Bowles Jane J. boarding, 281 w Fayette 
Bowles John S. brakesman, 442 w Lombard 
Bowley Chas. laborer, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Bowling Henrj', laborer, 95 Cambridge 
Bowling James, constable, 11 s Washington 
Bowling Jas. T. (L. Rowe & Co.) 118 s Caro- 
line 
Bowling John L. jr. 136 s Chester 
Bowling John L. shipsraith, 136 s Chester 
Bowling Joseph L mariner, 72 William 
Bowling Thomas, pilot, 56 s Ann 
Bowling Wm. J. detective, 221 s Broadway 
Bowman August, tinner, 330 w Pratt 
Bowman Charles, butcher, 37 Low 
Bowman Henry C. plumber, 104 n Howard, 

dw 102 Walsh 
Bowman John D. clerk, 84 n Howard 
Bowman John H. baker, 905 w Baltimore 
Bowman John W. steward, Maltby house 
Bowman John, 102 Walsh 
Bowman Joseph, laborer, 68 Somerset 
Bowman Mrs. Kate, 71 s Sharp 
Bowman Lewis, laborer, 12 President 
Bowman Valentine, 195 n Eden 
Bowman Valentine, blacksmith, McKim nr 

Neighbor 
BOWMAN WM.& SON, (Wm. Bowman, Wm. 
E. B.) old iron and metal, 116 Eastern av, 
and s w cor Eastern av and Eden 
Bowman Wm. (Wm. B. & Son,) 4J miles on 

Harford road 
Bowman Wm. E. (Wm. B. & Son, )4^ miles 

Harford road 
Bowman Wm. glass blower, 141 Montgomery 
Bowne Charles S. 58 s Bond 
Bowne Edward S. wholesale boots and shoes, 

over 2 s Howard, dw 142 n Charles 
Bowne Joseph D.58 s Bond 
Bowness Joseph, junk, 271 s Fremont 
Bowyer Theodore, wheelwright, 5 Stirling 
Bowyer Thomas J. bricklayer, 5 Stirling 
Box iMaker's Union, Harvey building, n w cor 

Pratt and Hanover 
Boxwell Wm. F. tailor, 325 w Lombard 
Boyce Edward, watchman, 13 Ogston 
Boyce Henry, mariner, cor Essex and Canton av 
Boyce James, (James B. & Co.) prest. Frank- 
lin Coal Co. and American Gas Coal Co. 291 
Madison av 
BOYCE JAMES & CO. (James Boyce, Benj. 
P. Power,) coal, oflBce 44 Second, yards 485 
n Howard, cor North and Madison" and foot 
of Concord 
Boyce John, mariner, 226 Eastern av 
Boyce John, baggage master, 108 s Paca 
Boyce Thomas, 108 s Paca 
Boyd A. McK. (B., Pearre & Co.) Maltby house 
Boyd Mrs. Agnes, tailoress, 22 Albemarle 
Boyd Alex, clerk, 727 w Pratt 
Boyd Aloysius, machinist, 311 Forrest 
Boyd Amos K. mariner, 116 s Chester 
Boyd Andrew J. cigar maker, 219 n Caroline 
Boyd Mrs. Anna, 52 Henrietta 
Boyd Mrs. Anna, 80 e Baltimore 
Boyd Benjamin, shoemaker, 79 n Oregon 
Boyd D. B. salesman, Merchants' hotel 
Boyd Mrs. Elizabeth H. n e cor Gilmor and 

Liberty road 
Boyd Francis H. B. carpenter, Bradenbaugh 
al, office 16j North, dw n w cor Oregon and 
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Boyd Frederick, detective, 146 Columbia 
BOYD GEORGE S. & CO. (George S. Boyd, 

Wm. Reese, ) clothiers, 29 w Baltimore 
Boyd Geo. S. (G. S. Boyd & Co. ) 608 Lexington 
BoVd Harrv L. cleric, 174 w Pratt 
Bo'vd Hugh S. property agent, 84 n Caroline 
Bovd Capt. Isaac L. agent People's Line Steam- 
boat Co. 74 William 
Bovd James, clerk, s w cor Fremont and Co- 
lumbia 
Bovd James D. mariner, 203 Bank 
Boyd James H. saddler, 174 w Pratt 
Boyd James, clerk P. 0. 202 Scott 
Boyd Jeremiah L. machinist, 325 s Charles 
Bovd John C. clerk Associated Firemen's Ins. 

Co. 317 e Eager 
Boyd John E. provisions, s w cor Fremont and 

Columbia 
Bovd John "W. police. 107 s Ann 
Boyd John J. (Meixsel & Boyd,) 5 n Carey 
Boyd John jr., office 14 s Gay, dw 96 Lee 

BOYD JOHN, dealer in Malt and 
Hops, Malt House foot of Eutaw 
St., Office 14 South Gay, dw North- 
ern av. — l_See p. 15 Advertisements.'] 

Boyd John L. carpenter, 126 Chew 

Bovd Joseph, machinist, 727 w Pratt 

Boyd Joseph B. 246 e Fayette 

Boyd Joseph H. lumber, 25 s Eden, dw 270 e 

Baltimore 
Boyd Lewis J. M. engineer, 74 William 
Boyd Malcolm, laborer, 3 Elliott 
Boyd Mary J. 3 Elliott 
Boyd Phifip D. 260 e Baltimore 
Boyd, Pearre & Co. (A. McK. Boyd, A. and 
0. H. Pearre, ) wholes, dry goods, 8 Hanover 
Boyd Robert E. mail agent, 52 s Broadway 
Boyd Samuel C. police, 291 e Fayette 
Boyd Samuel, police, 98 s Bond 
Boyd Mrs. Sarah, tailoress, 52 e Eager 
Bovd Thomas S. W. saddler, 741 w Baltimore 
Boyd Wm. A.(Wm. A.B.& Co.) 271 eBiddle 
Boyd Wm. A. jr. (W. A. B. & Co. ) 94 Hanover 
BOYD WM. A. & CO. (Wm. A. B. and Wm. 
A. B. jr.) leaf and manuf. tobacco, cigars 
and snuffs, 33 South 
BOYD WM. B. lager beer and wine saloon, 8 

n High 
Boyd Wm. puddler, 320 Gough 
Boyd Wm. laborer,69 Front, n of Foundry 
Boyd Wm. J. clerk, Arlington pi 
Boyd Wilson R. 26 Pearl 
Boyer, Charles H. machinist, 115 n Bond 
Boyden Geo. (Morse & B.) Washington, D. C. 
Boyer Geo. E. salesman, 199 and 201 w Balti- 
more 
Boyer George E. clerk, 1 06 Lexington 
Boyer James, caulker, 366 Canton av 
Boyer John E. clothing cutter, 61 Lancaster 
Boyer John H. conductor, Washington hotel 
Boyer Mary A. 61 Lancaster 
Boyer Mrs. Sarah S. 15 n Caroline 
Boyer Thomas H. carpenter, rear 7 Lovely la, 

dw 15 n Caroline 
Boyer Wm. W. clerk, 15 n Caroline 
Boyhen Patrick, laborer, 41 President 
Boykin Dr. Thomas J. (Carr. B. & Co. )'55 Lex- 
ington 



Boylan George, confectioner, 4 s Dewberry al 
Boylan James, mariner, 37 Harford av 
Boylan James, hackman, 5 L. Paca 
Boylan Owen, driver, 66 Perry 
Boylan Patrick, laborer, 9 McLeary 
Boylan Thomas, clerk, Guy's hotel 
Boyland John, roller, 162 Canton av 
Boyland John F. iron roller, 166 Canton av 
Boyle Andrew, mariner, 11 Hawk 
Boyle Charles, laborer, 53 s Dewberry al 
Boyle David, laborer, 54 Dewberry al 
Boyle David J. drayman, 317 w Baltimore 
Boyle Elizabeth, grocery, n w cor Chase and 

Boyle G. K. clerk, 173 Mulberry 
Boyle James, blacksmith, 3 Petticoat al 
Boyle James W. wine importer, Gilmor house 
Boyle James, grocery, liquor and feed store, n 

w cor Hillen and Chesnut 
Boyle James, carpenter, 301 s Paca 
Boyle John, carpenter, 138 Vine 
Boyle John, mariner, 249 s Dallas 
Boyle Joshua Y. bookkeeper, 18 Lanvale 
Boyle Llewellyn, attorney, 657 w Fayette 
Boyle Martin, shoemaker, 201 w Biddle 
Boyle Mrs. Mary, 246 w Hoffman 
Boyle Matthew, bricklayer, ] 35 Forrest 
Boyle Michael, farmer, 1 s Schroeder 
Boyle Michael, laborer, rear 45 s Dewberry al 
Boyle Robert J. machinist, 23 Ensor 
Boyle Mrs. Susan, 23 Ensor 
Boyle, Wm. H. inspector custom house, dw 77 

n Broadway 
Boyle Wm. K. book and job printer, over cor 

Baltimore and St. Paul, dw 161 w Biddle 
Boynowsky Edward, shoemaker, 193 s Charles 
BOYS' HOME Association of Baltimore, 82 n 

Calvert, John T. Taj'lor, sup't. 
Boxold Geo. ship carpenter, 20 n Wolfe 
Bozman Edward, oiler, 222 Preston 
Bozman James, pattern maker. North nr Bel- 

videre 
Brabson Eugene, furniture, 78 Hill 
Brack Albert, machinist, 98 Granby 
Brack Charles E. apothecary, cor Ensor and 

Forrest 
Brack Christian, carpenter, 399 n Gay 
Bracke John, coachsmith, 106 Harford av 
Bracken John F. police, 43 Front n of Foundry 
Brackenridge Thomas, carter, 338 n Howard 
Brackin Wm. bookkeeper, 136 Cathedral 
Brackland Bernhardt, watchmaker, 18 w Pratt 
Brackmann Prof. A. F. 296 Mulberry 
Brackney Francis I. bricklayer, 80 nSchroeder 
Braco Edward N. clerk, 10 n Howard 
Braconier Gustave, bookkeeper, 248 w Fayette 
Bradberry Sarah, 104 Hillen 
Bradburn Isaac, painter, 279 Forrest 
Bradbury Robert R. mariner, 200 s Ann 
Bradburn Capt. Samuel B. ship carpenter, 200 

s Ann 
Bradburn Lewis T. 238 Aisquith 
Braddock Luke, clerk, 245 w Lombard 
Braden Geo. W. oyster dealer, 276 n Howard 
Braden James, oysters, 22 Aisquith 
Braden John C. salesman, 175 Vine 
Braden Robt. J. salesman, 97 Mound 
Braden Wm. 276 n Howard 
Bradenbaugh Jacob, watchmaker, Frederick 

av w of ftlount 
Bradenbaugh J. Frank, clerk, 14 n Eutaw 
Bradenbaugh J. Oliver, clerk, 10 n Pine 



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Bradenbaugh Mrs. Susan, 62 n Liberty 
Bradenhouse Chas. foundryman, 274 Canton av 
Bradford A. W. surveyor port of Baltiaiore 

21 n Calhoun 
Bradford Dr. Charles H. "76 Aisquith 
Bradford Geo. W. (Bingham & B.) 282 n 

Howard 
Bradford James, laborer, 39 Dolphin 
Bradford James T. clerk, 86 Richmond 
Bradford John A. blacksmith, 8 Frederick av, 

dw 452 Lexington 
Bradford Mrs. Johanna, 63 n Eutaw 
Bradford John, expressman, 162 Pearl 
Bradford Lemuel S. mariner, 8 Williamson al 
Bradford Mary J. 8 Barnet 
Bradford Mary, millinery goods, 155 -sv Madison 
Bradford Mrs. Sarah J. tailoress, 86 Richmond 
Bradford Samuel, clerk, "76 Aisquith 
Bradford Samuel D. 76 Aisquith 
Bradford Thomas, clerk, 204 Linden av 
Brading Michael, boat builder, 41 Block 
Bradley Alexander, police, 113 St. Paul 
Bradley Mrs. Bridget, 90 Ensor 
Bradley E. B. bookkeeper, 48 McCulloh 
Bradley Francis W. driver, 249 s Charles 
Bradley Hugh, hackman, 26 n Fremont 
Bradley James, laborer, 6 n Amity 
Bradley James L. clerk, 53 s Caroline 
Bradley James, laborer, 16 Spruce al 
Bradley James H. cigar maker, 249 s Charles 
Bradley James, laborer, 49 Constitution 
Bradley James L. cigar maker, 272 s Charles 
Bradley John, 6 Diamond 
Bradley John, grocery, 96 Stirling 
Bradley John C. caulker, 23 Henrietta 
Bi'adley John, gas fitter, 5 n Poppleton 
Bradley John, grocery, 89 Harford av 
Bradley JohnF. 168 e Pratt 
Bradley Rev. Joseph H. 11 'Watson 
Bradley Mary, grocery, 12 s Front 
Bradley Mary, clerk, 55 s Caroline 
Bradley Nicholas, harnessmaker, 863 w Balti- 
more, dw 823 
Bradley Patrick E. grocer, 168 e Pratt 
Bradley Patrick, hackman, 823 w Baltimore 
Bradley Patrick, hostler, 12 s Front 
Bradley Robert H. painter, 53 s Caroline 
Bradley Samuel, ship joiner, 224 Eastern av 
Bradley Thos. B. carpenter, 249 s Charles 
Bradstreet J. M. & Son, mercantile agency, 

over 30 South, Wm. C. Nevin, supt 
Bradshaw James, clerk, 35 Camden 
Bradshaw John J. produce, &c., 66 Pearl 
Brady Andrew, laborer, rear 110 Dugan'swhf 
Brady Mrs. Ann, 4 Mulberry 
Brady Mrs. Bridget, 49 Granby 
Brady Charles H. varnisher, 29 Willow 
Brady Conrad, locksmith, 481 w Lombard 
Brady Daniel J. B. clerk, 4 Mulberry 
Brady Dennis, laborer, 2 Plowman 
Brady Edward, laborer, 137 Hudson 



Brai5y Edward, carpenter and builder, Har- 
grove al nr Mulberry, dw 8 e cor Howard 
and Madison 
Brady Edward, laborer, 9 Spruce al 
Brady Edward, tinner, 4 Mulberry 
Brady Edward B. 153 w Hoffman 
Brady Edwin, tailor, 84 n Eden 
Brady Geo. W. engineer, 161 n Pa:ca 
Brady Geo. W. sailmaker, 19 Gough 
Brady Mrs. Greenbury, 153 w Hoffman 
Brady Frank, laborer, rear 44 s Howard 
Brady Geo. L. cooper, 204 n Eden 
Brady Hugh, contractor, 31 w Biddle 
Brady H. A. clerk, 227 w Biddle 
Brady Jas. boots and shoes, 472 w Baltimore 
Brady Jas. E. bookkeeper, 31 w Biddle 
Brady Jas. H. carpenter, 164 Scott 
Brady Jas. H. stone cutter, 227 w Biddle 
Brady Jas. W. (Comegys, B. & Co.,) Balti- 
more county 
Brady John, gilder, 14 Mulberry 
Brady John F. clerk, 23 s Poppleton 
6rady John H. machinist, 153 w Hoffman 
Brady John, carter, 9 Hill 
Brady John H. clerk, 31 w Biddle 
Brady John K. bookseller,under Mansionhouse, 

dw 104 Lexington 
Brady John W. S. (J. Parkhurst, jr. & Co.) 13 

Mulberry 
Brady Lawrence E. groceries and dry goods, 

2 1 8 Harford av 
Brady Michael, tinner, 4 Mulberry 
Brady Michael, boiler maker, 58 York 
Brady Michael, boat builder, 41 Block 
Brady Patrick, grocery, 197 Saratoga 
Brady Patrick, salesman, 4 Mulberry 
Brady Patrick, shoe cutter. Union hotel 
Brady Patrick, laborer, 227 Hanover 
Brady Robert H. painter, 43 Jew al 
Brady Thomas, carter, 11 Bank 
Bradv Thomas, tailor, 80 n Howard 
Brady Thos. E. (Keith & B.) 31 w Biddle 
Brady Thos. F. engineer, 153 w Hoffman 
Brady Wm. laborer, 233 Gough 
Brady Wm. J. S. 472 w Baltimore 
Bradyhouse Chas. C boat builder, 64 s Bond 
Bradyhouse Chas. foundryman, 274 Canton av 
Bradyhouse Rich, boat builder, 361 s Bond, 

dw 273 e Baltimore 
Bradyhouse Thos. boat builder, 348 s Caroline, 

dw 64 s Bond 
Bradyhouse Wm. watchman, 138 s Wolfe 
Biadykamp Herman, type founder, 250 Ham- 
burg 
Brafman Abraham, clothier, 32 Centre Market 

space, dw 20 Aisquith 
Brafman & Hardesty, (S.B., R.W. Hardesty,) 

clothiers, 160 w Pratt 
Brafman Saml. (B. & Hardesty) 238 w Pratt 
Brag Abraham, second hand dealer, 16 Druid 

Hill av 
Brag Simon, furniture, 43 and 45 Penna. av 
Bragg Chas. P. clerk, 48 n Liberty 
Bragg JohnH. carpenter, 198 Linden av 
Bragg Capt. Wm. F. carpenter, 228 HoUins 
Braid Charles, carpenter, 7 L. Constitution 
Braidwood John, moulder, 290 Saratoga 
Braim Henry, laborer, 68 Lancaster 
Braim John, tailor, 49 Aliceanna 
Braim Paul, woodsawyer, 92 Lancaster 
Braim Paul, woodsawyer, 17 Greene ct 
Brainard Rufus A. clerk, 17 Holland 



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Drainer Christian, tailor, 10 East 

Braining Henrv, wheelwright, cor Stump al 

and Barre 
Braker Joseph, tailor, 301 n Central av 
Bramble Chas. H. (Daiger & B.) 4 n Caroline 
Bramble Grason, salesman, 137 s High 
Bramble Capt. Henry T. 10 Hamburg 
Bramble John T. carpenter, Rising Sun hotel 
Bramble Thomas, mariner, 226 Barre 
Bramble Tyson huckster, 139 Ensor 
Bramble Zora, porter, 144 Druid Hill av 
Bramer Edward, laborer, 277 s Ann 
Bramer Geo. H. shoemaker, Garrison la 
Bramer Wm. laborer, 13 Fountain 
Bramwell Mrs. Amanda, dry goods, 143 Co- 

lumiiia 
Bramwell George, stonecutter. 143 Columbia 
Branan Fred'k C. harnessmaker, 134 Pearl 
Brand A. J. jr. (A. J. B. jr. & Co.) Moshernr 

Druid Hill av 
Brand Alex. J. teas, wholesale, s w cor Eutaw 

and Franklin, dw Mosher nr Druid Hill av 
Brand A. J. jr. & Co (A. J. B., jr.) teas, 

wholesale, and com. merc'ts, 79 Smith's whf 
Brand John, cari)enter, 54 Gough 
Brand Joseph, grocery, 537 Lexington 
Brand Louis. jr. clerk, Mosher nr Druid Hill av 
Brand Kudolph, shQcmaker, 131 L Greene 
Brandau Fred'k, lager beer, 10 McClellan 
Brandau Rev. G. H. 155 n Paca 
Brandau Jacob, shoemaker, 1 2 s Republican 
Brandau John J. bookkeeper, 155 n Paca 
Brandau John P. butcher, 66 Belair and 71 

Centre markets, dw Jenkins' la 
Brandel Geo. coachtrimmer. 94Greenmountav 
Brander Adam, pickler, 78 Penna. av 
Brandes Fred'k F. cabinetmaker, 27 e Pratt 
Brandes Mrs. Susanna, notions, 27 e Pratt 
Brandhoff Henry, shoemaker. 375 s Eutaw 
Brandniuller George, shoemaker, 101 West 
Brandt August, shoemal*r, 123 Thames 
Brandt Anthony, laborer, 65 s Howard 
Brandt Bernard. (H. B. & Bro. ) 29 Saratoga 
Brandt Emil, shoemaker, 61 s Regester 
Brrndt Geo. shoemaker, 35 n Frederick 
Brandt Henry, restaurant, 74 s Eutaw 
Brandt II. & Bro.(H. and B. B.,)moroc. dress- 
ers. 29 Saratoga 
Brandt Herman, (H. B.& Bro.) 29 Saratoga 
Brandt Jacob, jr pres't Powhatan Steamboat 

Co. 90 Light st whf, dw 48 Mt. Vernon pi. 
Brandt John, glover, 65 Centre Market space 
Brandt John L. porter, 05 Centre Market sp 
Brandt John, cooper, 340 s Charles 
Brandt John, carter, 116 Preston 
Brandt John, drayman, 181 s Eden 
Brandt Julius, tobacconist, 413 n Gay 
Brandt Louis, shoemaker, 3i;> e Lombard 
Brandt Louis, tobacconist, 142 e Pratt 
Brandt Louis, musician, 45 Albemarle 
Brandt Mrs. Margaret A. 56 n Eutaw 
Brandt Rebecca, confectionery, 7 n Pine 
Brandt Wm. shoemaker, 74 s Wolfe 
Brandy .Michael, horseshoer, 138 Camden, dw 

104 8 Eutaw 
Brangle James, 232 Linden av 
Braning John, pianomaker, 255 s Sharp 
FJrannaa Annie, solicitor, 70 n Howard 
Brannan Chas. S. H. clerk, 29 Lee 
Brannan .Mrs. Eliza, variety store, 15 Hill 
Brannan Erasmus, cignrmaker, 79 McElderry 
Brannan,Eliza J. (G.A. B. k Co.) 08 n Eutaw 



BRAWNAN GEORGE A. & CO., 

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Paragon Prize Medal Shirt House 
and Gents' Furnishing Goods, 68 
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Brannan Geo. A.(G. A. B. & Co.) 68 n Eutaw 
Brannan James, laborer, 26 Towson 
Brannan James, millwright, 17 Sterrett 
Brannan James, engineer, 17 Hill 
Brannan John, trunkmaker, 102 Pearl 
Brannan John, grocer, 203 e Lombard 
Brannan John B. stair builder, Farmers' hotel 
Brannan John Mc L. machinist, 17 Hill 
Brannan John, laborer, Northern av nr N. C. R. 
Brannan John E. cigar maker, 79 McElderry 
Brannan Joseph, contractorand builder, 20 Hill 
Brannan Michael, laborer, rear 161 North 
Brannan Mary H. 4G Fawn 
Brannan Patrick, laborer, Northern av nr N. C. 

Railroad 
Brannan Peter, steam fitter, 20 Hill 
Brannan Robert, carpenter, 445 Saratoga 
Brannan Robert, 4 L. May 
Brannan Mrs. Sarah D. 10 Lee 
Brannan Thomas, tailor, 19 Elizabeth la 
Brannan Thomas, laborer, 137 s Washington 
Brannan Wm. laborer, 62 Essex 
Brannen Jno. machinist, Chappell nr Liberty rd 
Branneri John, laborer, 104 s Durham 
Brannen John, laborer, 38 n Amity 
Brannock John H. carpenter, 94 Lee 
Bransby John C. shoemaker, 124 Granby 
Branson Joseph, cigar maker, 129 Vine 
Branson Mrs. Joseph, boarding, 16 n Eutaw 
Branson Joseph, jr. cigar maker, 16 n Eutaw 
Branson Joseph, 16 n Eutaw 
Brant Fred'k, fisherman, 98 Battery av 
Brant James F. butcher, 38 Mcunt 
Brasch Henry, tailor, 43 Marion 
Brashear Eli H. coach trimmer, 517 Lexington 
Brashear George W. coachmaker, 48 n High, 

dw 20 Constitution 
Brashears F. 50 Barre 
Brashears John W. clerk, 14 n Exeter 
Brashears John B. cabinet maker, ICO German 
Brashears John K. clerk, 160 German 
Brashears John T. capt. of watchmen, custom 

house, 38 Gough 
Brashears Joseph R. 234 n Caroline 
Brashears Robert J. police, 36 Stirling 
Brashears Mrs. Susan, boarding, 160 German 
Brashears Wm. G. letter carrier, 145 Bank 
Brashears Z. D. sec'y Baltimore Asso. for 

Imp. Condition of Poor, 14 n Exeter 
Brass Jose])h, 89 Barre 

Brassant i\lrs. Hannah, laundress, 139 s High 
Bratt James E. fireman, 151 Ilolljns 
Bratt Noah, engineer, 53 Warren 
Bratt Thomas, machinist. 151 Hollins 
Bratton James, fireman, 17 Williamson al 
Bratzell Jacob, sr. milkman, 135 Johnson 
Bratzell Jacob, brick maker, 608 Light 
Branch Amor, tailor, 163 s Eden 
Brauer David, butcher, 29 Belair and 75 Centre 

markets, dw Harford av ext 
Brauer Henry, butcher, 34 Belair and 86 Centre 

markets, dw Belair av nr Balto Cemetery 
Brauer Henry, tailor, 328 w Pratt 
Brauer Jno. prov. di'al'r, Gelson'sal nr Oregon 
Brauer John, beer, 182 e Madison 



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Brauer Tobias, cabinetmaker, 496 w Lombard 
Braul Augusta, grocery, 60 Stiles 
Biaul Lewis, ojsterman, 335 s Bond 
Braun diaries, shoemaker, 379 w Pratt 
Braun Christopher, tailor, rear 34 n Liberty 
Braun Conrad, laborer, 113 Chew 
Braun C.J. milk, 203 Frederick av 
Braun Henry, 21 Walker 
Braun John B. tobacconist, VI Hanover 
Braun John, cabinetmaker, 81 s Wolfe 
Braun John J. (B. ^ Schulz,) 187 Columbia 
Braun & Schulz, (J. J. B., C. L. Schulz.) 

com. merchants, 443 w Pratt 
Braun lein John U. grocery, 146 Raborg 
BRAUNS F. L. & CO. (J. D. Kremelberg, W. 
Dresel,) gen'l ship' ng and com. merchants, 
s e cor Lombard and Cheapside 
Brauns F. L. 318 Saratoga 
Brauns Edw'd, laborer, 250 s Durham 
Brauns Henry, draughtsman, 336 Lexington 
Brause August, blacksmith, G2 Portland 
Brawner Andrew, 78 Ensor 
Brawner Andrew H. letter carrier, 78 Ensor 
Brawner Charles A. constable, 78 Ensor 
Brawner Mrs. Catherine, 170 n Exeter 
Brawner James H. clerk, 22 Lloyd 
Brawner Robert G. butcher, 1 Richmond and 

38 Belair markets, dw 490 Saratoga 
Bray Albert, huckster, 184 Pearl 
Brayden Mrs. Catherine, 132 Preston 
Brayfield Rob't F. plasterer, 99 n S^^ring 
Brazier Dennis, carter, 28 Chesnut 
Brazier Mrs. Effie, 231 William 
Brazier Thomas,* carter, 30 Harford av 
Brazilian Vice Consulate, 52 s Gay 
Bready Lloyd C. dispatcher, 193 Barre 
Breament Henry, blacksmith, 102 L Greene 
Brecht George, carpenter, 68 Essex 
Brecht Ernst, mariner, 252 n Caroline 
Brecht Louis, finisher, 2 White al 
Brecka Frank, laborer, 44 Thames 
Breckinridge John C. ass't sup't_Bankers and 

Brokers Telegraph, Linden av ext 
Bred Andrew, laborer, 11 Preston 
Brede Andrew, tailor, 387 w Pratt 
Brede Fred'k, tailor, 155 Canton av 
Brede Henry, laborer, 155 Canton av 
Brede George, boilermaker, 31 Lemmon 
Brede Thomas, tailor, 210 w Pratt 
Bredekamp Charles, clerk, 44 n Gay 
Bredekamp Harman, tailor, 316 s Sharp 
Bredekamp Harman G. typefounder, 252 Ham- 
burg 
Bredekamp John A. police, 316 s Sharp 
Bredekamp Mrs. Mary, grocery, 316 s Sharp 
Breede George W. train dispatcher. Locust 

Point, dw 193 Barre 
Breedlove John, clerk, 96 Saratoga 
Breene Michael, peddler, 31 Haw 
Breene John H. shoemaker, 28 Hanover 
Brefel Charles, boxmaker, 35 Lemmon 



Bregel John J. carpenter, 112 McElderry 
Bregel Jos. F. confectioner, 48 Greenmountav 
Bregenstuch George, cooper, 18 Peach al 
Bregenza Casper, stone cutter, 404 West 
Breh Henry, baker, 96 Raborg 
Brehler Francis, shoemaker, 20 New Church 
Brehm George, laborer, 191 n Dallas 
Brehm John A. nightman, 556 w Pratt 
Brehm John P. iron moulder, 123 L.Greene 
Brehme John, barber, 114 Preston 
BREHME 0. & CO. (0. B., L. J. Keidel,) im- 
porters and dry goods com. merchants, over 
24 Hanover 
Brehme Ottomar, (0. B. & Co.) 297 Madison av 
Brehmiller Louis, machinist, s ecor Ensor and 

Madison 
Breidenbach x\.lveus, trimmings, 114 Hollins 
Breinenger Wra. laborer, 8 e Lombard 
Breiner Christian, cabinet maker, 34 Biddle al 
Breinig George, carpenter, 297 s Paca 
Breinig John, painter, 199 Lee 
Breitenstein August, butcher, 32 Centre and 87 
Belair markets, dw Harford road near toll- 
gate 
Breitschwerd A. Conrad, blacksmith, 251 Al- 

iceanna 
Breivogle Jacob, clerk, n w cor Pratt and Scott 
Brell John, laborer, 34 s Durham 
Brem Michael, moulder, 179 Lemmon 
Bremer Mrs. Catherine, seamstress, 20 Mott 
Bremer Henry, mariner, 271 Canton av 
Bremer Henry, blacksmith, L. Greene nrEutaw 
Bremer Henry, provisions, 235 Franklin 
Bremer John, cigarmaker, 186 s Sharp 
Bremer John W., U. S. A., 2() Mott 
Bremmer Peter, carpenter, 238 Barre 
Bremner Archibald, 406 e Monument 
Bremner Robert, plumber, 406 e Monument 
Bremont John, fruit, cor Eutaw and Baltimore, 

dw 44 Milliman 
Brenaman Charles H. clerk, 59 George 
Brenan Edmund, cooper, 96 s Chester 
Brenan F. X., salesman, 207 St. Paul 
Brenan Mrs. Harriet, 93 w Biddle 
Brenan John P. A. clerk, 35 n Gay 
Brenan Peter E. lumber, 21 n Gay, dw 35 
Brenax Lewis, laborer, 154 s Castle 
Brendel Francis, shoemaker, 79 Grindall 
Brendel Ferdinand, shoemaker, Harford road 

nr Point la 
Brendel John G baker, 11 Harford av 
Brendel Lottie, seamstress, 64 s Smallwood 
Brendel Michael, laborer, 308 Johnson 
Bendel Nicholas, tailor; 3 Biddle al 
Brendle George, coach trimmer, Harford av nr 

Point la 
Brendt Louis, shoemaker, 313 e Lombard 
Brendt Wm., shoemaker, 74 s Wolfe 
Brengle James S. cashier N. Y. and Phila. 

steamers, dw 232 Linden av 
Brenmiller Michael, laborer, 22 Preston 
Brennan John, laborer, 38 n Amity 
Brennan Peter, wheelwright, 108 North 
Brennan Wm., laborer, 168 Vine 
Brenneis Charles, shoemaker, 257 Aisquith 
Brenneis John, musician, 185 s Caroline 
Brenneis Philip, locksmith, 256 e Eager 
Brennen George, boxmaker, 254 s Sharp 
Brennen James, tailor, 30 n Amity 
Brennen Joseph stonecutter, 14 New Church 
Brenner Adam, driver, 234 Aliceanna 
Brenner James, driver, 23 Front n of Foundry 



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Brenner Joseph, jr. (S. B. & Sons,) TO sBroad- 

wav 
Brenner Joseph, Avood sawj'er, 241 e Lombard 
Brenner Joseph, 22 Jackson square 
Brenner Phillip, laborer, 235 s Wolfe 
Brenner Sol. (S. B. &Sons) 70 sBroadway 
Brenner S. & Sons, (S., Wm. & J. Brenner, 
jr.) clothiers, 96 w Pratt and n e cor Bond 
and Thames 
Brenner William, (S. B. & Sons,) 70 s Broad- 
way 
Brent Hugh, salesman, 274 w Baltimore 
Breut Joseph L. (R. J. & J. L. Brent,) 93 Ca- 
thedral 
Brent R. J. & J. L. attorneys, 29 Lexington 
Brent Robert J. (R. J. & J. L. Brent, ) 93 Ca- 
thedral 
Brent Wm. C. carpenter, 59 Preston 
Brentine Aquilino, fruit stand, 73 Hillen 
Brenton Mrs. Mary, 40 George 
Breonning Mrs. Catherine, 22 Knox al 
Brereton John J., can maker, 28 Scott 
BRESEE 0. F. insurance agent, 21 South, dw 

12G McCulloh 
Breslauer Abraham, second hand dealer, 213 s 

Charles 
Bresser George, laborer, 304 s Sharp 
Bresz Henry, laborer, 30 Frederick av 
Breton Richard, soap boiler, 104 n Bond 
Brettenheimer Moses, clerk, 53 Clay 
Brettham Mrs. Elizabeth, 122 Battery av 
BretthoU Mrs. Eliza, grocery, 249 Eastern av 
Breuning Marcus cabinet maker. 126 Stirling 
Brevitt Jos. W. (Robt. Lawson'& Co.) 150 w 

Madison 
Brewer Brice, 237 e Pratt 
Brewer C. K. collection bookkeeper, Chesa- 
peake Bank, 386 Franklin 
Brewer Mrs. Charles, boarding house, 46 n 

Charles 
Brewer Charles E. P., telegraphist, 953 w Pratt 
Brewer Charles P., magistrate, 31 Lexington, 

dw 46 n Charles 
Brewer Frederick, baker, s e cor Jefferson and 

Spring 
Brewer Mrs. Eliza A., 89 Columbia 
Brewer George, ( Aldridge & B) 257 Lexington 
Brewer Ur. G. G. 76 n Greene 
Brewer Henrietta, 34 Granby 
BREWER JAMES R. clerk Circuit Ct., dw 20 s 

Calhoun 
Brewer John H. C. proprietor Gault house 
Brewer John M. attorney, 10 w Townsend 
Brewer Dr. Marbury, 245 w Biddle 
Brewer Mrs. Matilda, 386 Franklin 
Brewer N. & Co. ( N. B., S. G. Spicer, R. P. 

I'indeli,) property agts., 2 s Front 
Brewer Nicholas, (N. B. & Co.,) 9 Jefferson 
Brewer Valentine, cabinetmaker, 31 Pearl 
Brewer William T., boatsman Custom House, 

66 Battery av 
Brewer Wm. R. clerk, 56 Columbia 
Brewster Henry, shipbuilder, Boston, Canton, 

dw 144 Chesapeake 
Brewster John M. clerk, 39 Block 
Brewton Daniel, conductor, 62 Fawn 
Breyer George, polisher, 58 Leadenhall ' 
IJreyer Gotleib, grocery, 161 n Fremont 
lireyer Louis, varnisher, 306 s Sharp 
Brian Arthur L., huckster, 183 Orleans 
Brian & Bunting, (W. E. B., W. H. Bunting, ) 
builders, I Booth near Carey 



Brian Edward A. salesman, 287 e Favette 
Brian Mrs. Eveline, dressmaker, 154 Ensor 
Brian James, clerk. Front near Baltimore 
Brian James, cigar maker, 187 n High 
Brian James N. clerk, 136 n Gay 
Brian John M. iron roller, Philadelphia road 

near City limits, dw 350 Eastern av 
Brian John M. iron roller, 8 s Gist 
Brian Joseph 89 Ensor 
Brian Joseph W. bricklayer, 183 Orleans 
Brian M. A. hardware, 136 n Gay 
Brian Mrs. Rebecca, 287 e Fayette 
Brian Mrs. Mary, 100 e Madison 
Brian Thomas, currier, Starr hotel 
Brian Thomas P. currier. 227 n Eden 
Brian Wm. E. (B. & Bunting,) 217 Hollins 
Brice Annie R. 165 w Biddle 
Brice Gen'l B. W., U. S. A., Barnum's hotel 
Brice George F. clerk, 165 w Biddle 
Brice James R. carpenter, 99 s Eden 
Brice Misses M. E. & A. M. 52 Saratoga 
Brice Mrs. Susan, dressmaker, 33 n Eutaw 
Brice Mrs. S. A. dressmaker,' 33 n Eutaw 
Brice Thomas R. carpenter, 99 s Eden 
Brice Wm. N. clerk, 52 n Calvert 
Brickerd Emanuel, carpenter, 309 Aisquith 
Brickley R. T. salesman. Miller's hotel 
Brickman Rev. A. 0. 281 e Fayette 
Brickner John, milkman, 371 Penna av 
Briddell Edward, clerk, 33 w Pratt 
Briddell Thomas S. tailor, Clifton near Druid 

Hill av 
Bride Cotter, rustic furn. s w cor McMechin 

■and Park av, dw John near Wilson 
Bride Daniel, justice of the peace, 105 n Paca, 

dw 167 
Bride Eliza, 365 w Fayette 
Bride Gustavus A. rustic furniture, rear of n e 

cor Lanvale and Bolton 
Bride John H. property agent, 139 w Madison 
Bride T. Cotter, plumber, 167 n Paca 
Bridels Harry, coal, 40 Ensor 
Bridener George M. clerk, 199 w Biddle 
Bridener Jacob, gas inspector, 25 n Fremont 
Bridener John, gas inspector, 25 n Fremont 
Bridener Philip, carpenter, 199 w Biddle 
Bridge Mrs. C. W. children's clothing, 63 e 

Baltimore 
Bridge Richard S. sign painter, cor Grant and 

Mercer, dw 58 e Baltimore 
Bridge Ratcliffe, machinist, Madison, av near 

Northern av 
Bridge Stephen asst. assessor, 63 e Baltimore 
Bridge Stephen L. salesman, 29 Gough 
Bridges Geo. H. (W. B. & Son,) 42 German 
Bridges J. C. (J. C. B. & Co.) Ill Park 
BRIDGES JOHN C. & CO. (J. C. B., W. F. 
Lockwood, J. B. Waidner,) wholesale gro- 
cers, 6, 8 and 10 Commerce 
BRIDGES WM. .j- SON, (Wm. and Geo. H. 
Bridges, ) foreign fruits, candies, ij-c. whole- 
sale, 313 w Baltimore 
Bridges Wm. (Wm. B. & Son,) 42 German 
Bridges W. J. clerk, 46 n Liberty 
Bridget James carpenter, 24 s Oregon 
Bridgewater Thos. die sinker, 91 n Central av 
Briel Christian, butcher, 7 Ilollins-st. market, 

dw 16 Calvcrton road 
Bricl Henry, cabinetmaker, 81 Henrietta 
Briel Henry, laborer, (54 Short 
Briel Henry, jr., jeweler, 81 Henrietta 
Briele John, laborer, 47 Short 



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Briel John, house carpenter, 14 McClellan's al, 

dw 166 George 
Brierly Wm. C. can maker, 28 n Oregon 
Briers John E. plumber, 182 Peirce 
Brietenbach Caspar, cooper, Regester nr Pratt 
Briggeman August, currier 366 Saratoga 
Briggeman Chas. A . currier, 366 Saratoga 
Briggeman Wm. F. 366 Saratoga 
Briggs Charles, laborer, 330 e Fayette 
Briggs Geo. G. clerk B.' & 0. R., 28 s Oregon 
Briggs James, butcher, 121 Columbia 
Briggs James M. clerk, 28 s Oregon 
Briggs Mary, nurse, 13 s Fremont 
Briggs Mrs. Malinda, seamstress, 8 Baker 
Briggs Oliver C. F. machinist, 28 s Oregon 
Brigham Charles, tailor, 200 n Central av 
Brigham Wm. T. (Wm. R. Cole & Co.) 134 w 

Biddle 
Bright Alonzo, locksmith, Bethel nr Jefferson 
Bright Henry, plasterer, 47 Harford av 
Bright Nathaniel, tailor, 205 n Central av 
Bright Richard A.(Graham&B. )402Lexington 
Bright Thomas, paper carrier, 91 s Chester 
Bright Wm. P. plasterer, 272 e Monument* 
Bright Wm. T. plasterer, 205 n Central av 
Brigle Henry J. laborer, 38 Slemmer al 
Brill Augustus, blacksmith, 258 w Pratt 
Brill Peter, laborer, 30 Thames 
Brill Wm. tailor, 119 e Lombard 
Brimmer John, tobacconist, 186 s Sharp 
Brinckmeyer Chas. tobacconist, 45 w Baltimore 
Brine Mrs. Eleanor, dressmaker, 11 On Poppleton 
Bringer Albert, 18 New 

Bringman Josiah T.H. bookkeeper, 1 77 German 
Bringmann Julius, tobacconist, 29 s Oregon 
Bringmann Wm. tobacconist, 666 w Baltimore 
Brinig George, laborer, 25 Cannon 
Brink Anton, musician, 45 s Durham 
Brink Henry Ad. (Alberti, B. ^ Co.) 190 w 

Lombard 
Brinkley Jos. B. (B. & Whiting,) BaltimoreCo 
Brinkley Joseph B. (J. B. B. & Son,) Bait. Co 
Brinkley Jos. E. (J. B. B. & Son, )Gilmor house 
BRINKLeY J. B. & SON, (J. B. & J. E. Brink- 
ley,) fruit and oyster packers, 177 West 
Falls av 
Brinkley & Whiting, (J. B. B., W. P. Whit- 
ing, ) wholesale grocers and commission 
merchants, 59 s Calvert 
Brinkman Bernhardt, express driver, 138 s 

Howard 
Brinkman Chas. second hand goods, 77 Penna, 

avs dw 117 Walsh 
Briukmann Chas. H. grocery, 138 s Howard 
Brinkmann Mrs. Anna Maria, seamstress, 2 8 Lee 
Brinkmeyer Henry, carpenter, 198 s Bond 
Brinkmeyer Henry, cigarmaker, 608 w Balt'e 
Brinton Alban H.( Cornelius & B ) 167 Forrest 
Brintsfield Wm. mariner, 154 L. Greene 
Briscoe Alex. M. letter carrier, 228 Hollins 
Briscoe Charles A. cigarmaker, 143 Orleans 



Briscoe Chapman B. (Ward cj-B.)84 McCulloh 
Briscoe Eliza A. dressmaker, 509 n Gay 
Briscoe Geo. E. cigarmaker, 2 w Baltimore, 

dw 303 s Charles 
Briscoe Henry, mattrassmaker, 299 William 
Briscoe James, carpenter, 234 Conway 
Briscoe John H. cigarmaker, 160 Jefferson 
Briscoe John T. clerk, Voshell house 
Briscoe Mrs. Mary H. boarding 34 n Calvert 
Briscoe Samuel N. police, 103 s Washington 
Briscoe Wm. D. cigarmaker, 143 Orleans 
Briscoe Wm. T. laborer, 303 s Charles 
Brisen Oscar, piano tuner, 43 Marion 
Brislow Wm. blacksmith, 4 Russell 
Bristor Mrs. Margaret, 140 n Exeter 
Bristor Mrs. Susan, 140 n Exeter 
Bristor Wm. B. claim agent, over 4 s Gay, dw 

140 n Exeter 
Bristow Columbus W. engineer, 135 West 
Bristow Columbus W. engineer, 135 James la 
Bristow St. John, card writer, St. John house 
Britmann Annie, 296 s Ann 
Brittain John, butter, 594 Penna. av 
Brittain Rev. M. C. 63 s Broadway 
Brittingham J. P. boilermaker, 231 William 
Brittner Mrs. Ann E. dressmaker, 263 s Paca 
Britton Harriet, 288 s Bond 
Broadbeck Mrs. Barbara, 213 Montgomery 
Broadbeck Mrs. Henrietta, 226 e Monument 
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Broadbent J. F. 236 Linden av 
Broadbent Louis R. 62 w Madison 
Broadbent & Murray, (Stephen B. jr., Jas. H. 

Murray, )dry goods com. merc'ts, 16 s Charles 
Broadbent Stephen, sr. 62 w Madison 
Broadbent Stephen, jr., (B. & Murray,) 41 

Courtland 
Broadbent Wm., Chatsworth, 2d door from 

Hoffman 
BROADBENT DR. WM. Jr., pharmaceutist, 

39 Hanover, dw 125 Lexington 
Broaders Henry R. salesman, 273 e Biddle 
Broaders James, laborer, 39 Hoffman nr Walsh 
Broaders John, laborer, 39 Hoffman nr Walsh 
Broadhead Thos. sawfiler, 153 Raborg 
Broadrim Wm. maltster, 89 North 
Broadwater Levin J. ship carp., 112 Battery av 
Broadwater Rich, foundryman, 112 Battery av 
Broadwater Thos. clerk, 28 Camden 
Broadway and Locust Point Ferry, foot of 

Broadway and foot of Haubert, L. P. 
Broadway M. E. Church, Broadway betw Pratt 

and Gough 
Brocheiser Henry, carpenter, 54 Stiles 
Brockelman Wm upholsterer, 11 Painter's ct 
Brocker Daniel, shoemaker, 6 Dover 



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Brocker George W. engineer, 232 Preston 
Brockman Frederick, engineer, 323 Aliceanna 
Brocknieier Ernest, laborer, 25 Pliilpot ivl 
Brockniej-er Wm. teacher, 126 e Baltimore 
Brockner John, carpenter, 101 Regester 
Brockschniidt Henry, wheelwright, 233 s Ann 
Broder Frederick, wheelwright, 262 s Durham 
Broderick Mrs. Ann, tailorcss, GO Greenm'tav 
Broderick Dennis, plumber. Rising Sun hotel 
Broderick John T. paper stock and iron, 69 

Greenmounl av, dw 182 Harford av 
Broderick Jas. 11. salesman, 31 Greenmountav 
Broderick Margaret, confec'y, 157 Aliceanna 
Broderick Mrs. Mary, 31 Greenmount av 
Broderick Ti nothy, tinner, 195 s Faca 
Broderick Wm E. agent, 31 Greenmount av 
Brodliead Henry H. restaurant, 35 n llolliday 
Brodie Basil F. 87 Saratoga 
Brodigan Patrick, laborer, 658 w Pratt 
Brodt Henry, lager beer, 255 s Wolfe 
Brodwater Thomas H. clerk, 28 Caraden 
Broeger Louis, laborer, 132 Eastern av 
Brocning Henry J. grocery, 25 Bevan 
Broeuing Jacob, blacksmith, 146 s Charles 
Broening John, grocery, 22 Williamson al 
Broessel Chris. (Ebel & Co.) 677 w Baltimore 
Broessel Wm. tailor, 127 e Madison 
Brogan Henrietta, tailoress, 69 Hampstead 
Brogan Philip, hacks, 96 s Howard 
Broggc John, laborer, 31 King 
Brokaw Zaccheus, sawmiller, 102 s Poppleton 
Broker Frederick, shipjoiner, Gay opp. Point la 
Broklauder Frederick, laborer, 219 s Bond 
Bronie Wm. H. pilot, 134 Jefferson 
Bromer Wm. laborer, 13 Fountain 
Bromley Jesse, machinist, 145 Aliceanna 
Bromley Thomas I. miller, McElderry near 

Broadway 
Brommell Mrs. Mary, 213 Lexington 
Brommelsick Henry, wagoner, 175 s Ann 
Bromwell Albert L. carpenter, 126 Hamburg 
Broniwell Alfred T. tailor, 533 n Gay 
Broiiuvell Bros. (W. T., J. E. and J.T. Brom- 
well,) com. merchants, 5 Hollingsworth 
Bromwell George W. shoemaker, 107 s Wolfe 
Bromwell Geo. W. jr., shoemaker, 107 s Wolfe 
Bromwell John A. clerk, 215 Battery av 
Bromwell John E. carpenter, 135 Cross 
Bromwell John T. (B. Bros.) 104 Dolphin 
Bromwell Philip, feed, 247 Canton av., dwl62 

s Broadway 
Bromwell Wesley, carpenter, 212 Lee 
Bromwell Wm. carpenter, 104 Dolphin 
Bromwell Wm. G. carpenter, 58 s Ann 
Bromwell Wm. T. (B. Bros.) 104 Dolphin 
Bronson Edwin, machinist, 174 n Eden 
Bronsweiger Joseph, hostler, 104 Lancaster 
Brook George, shoemaker, 28 Hanover 
Brook George E. carpenter, 133 n Fremont 
Brooke Franklin E. P. attorney, 2 Courtland, 

dw 28 .Mulberry 
Brooke Francis M. bookkeeper, 79 Commerce 
Brooke H. L. & Co. (H. L. Brooke,) proprie- 
tors Cedar Point furnaces, cor Boston and 
Clinton, office cor Boston and Patuxent 
Brooke Henry L. (B. & McLaughlin,) Gilmor 

house 
Brooke Horace L. (H. L. B. & Co.) Barnum's 

hotel ' 

Bro.ike & McLaughlin, (H. L. B., J. F. 

McLaughlin,) attorneys, 31 Le.xington 
Brooke Mary A. boarding, 162 n Howard 



Brooke Robert, police, 354 s Eutaw 
Brooke Mrs. Sarah, 28 Mulberry 
Brooker Benj. C. auctioneer, 116 n Greene 
Brookhart Mrs. Eliza' h.huckstress, 197 s Bond 
Brooklyn Land Co. 37 Lexington 
Brooklyn Life Ins. Co. of N. Y., F. Medcalfe, 

57 Second 
Brooks Albert, tinner, 201 Orleans 
Brooks Bridget, 30 n Amity 
Brooks Benedict J. machinist. Canton distille- 
ry, Chesapeake nr Hudson 
Brooks Benedict J. jr. engineer, Aliceanna nr 

Essex 
Brooks Christopher, restaurant, 106 s Eutaw 
Brooks Christopher J. (Richard B. Sons,) 168 

n High 
Brooks Charles, laborer, 875 w Pratt 
Brooks Charles W. bookbinder, 59 Chew 
Brooks Chauncy, prest. Western Nat. Bank, 

dw Madison av nr Druid Hill Park 
Brooks Chauncy, (B. &, Rogers, and Harry- 
man, Nipg & Co.) Madison av nr Druid Hill 
Park 
Brooks Chauncy, (Fahnestock, Thrasher & 

Co.) Madison'av nr Druid Hill Park 
Brooks Christop. C. bookkeeper, 165 Hanover 
Brooks Dudley, clerk, 293 Aisquith 
BROOKS EDWIN F. plumber and gasfitter, 17 

n Eutaw, dw Fremont nr Mosher 
Brooks Edward W. dairy, 12 Townsend 
Brooks Eliza, 99 w Monument 
Brooks Eliza, tavern, 17 and 19 Foundry 
Brooks Eliza Ann, confec'y, 16 Courtland 
Brooks Geo. W. (A. L Lyon & Co.) 99 w Mon- 
ument 
Brooks George, press feeder, 192 East 
Brooks George W. clerk, 293 Aisquith- 
Brooks George W. 89 L. Montgomery 
Brooks George D. canmaker, 142 Camden, dw 

206 Aisquith 
Brooks George W. carpenter, 59 Chew 
Brooks Henry, cigarmaker, 68 Portland 
Brooks Henry P. attorney, 9 n Calvert, dw 

Madison av nr Druid Hill Park 
Brooks Henry, laborer. Heath nr Light 
Brooks Gen. Horace, comd'gFt. McHenry 
BROOKS ISAAC, jr. attorney and U. S. Com- 
missioner, 37 Lexington, dw 65 n Charles 
Brooks Isaiah, shipsmith, 419 Light 
Brooks James, steward, Gilmor house, dw 210 

Chesnut 
Brooks James, bricklayer, 205 Columbia 
Brooks James W. 182 e Baltimore 
Brooks Jesse, tobacconist, 294 n Eutaw 
Brooks John, wheelwright, 3U n Amity 
Brooks John, bootmaker, 9 e Pratt 
Brooks John, carpenter, 105 Hill 
Brooks John, laborer, 85 York 
Brooks John, carpenter, 49 Forrest 
Brooks John, hackman, 106 Barre 
Brooks John, 378 n Gay 
Brooks John B. painter, 187 Orleans 
Brooks John H. mariilecutter, 88 George 
Brooks John T. bricklayer, 109 Columbia 
Brooks John T. brickmaker, 23 Fountain 
Brooks Capt. John W. mariner, 157 Cross 
Brooks Mrs. John, birdstulfcr, 26 n Frederick 
Brooks Dr. Jos. D. pharmaceutist, s e cor Or- 
leans and Aisquith 
Brooks Joseph, laborer, Aliceanna nr Essex 
Brooks Joshua, (B. & Smith,) 88 George 
Brooks Mrs. Louisia, 187 Mulberry 



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Brooks Louis, sweepmaster, 230 n Central av 
Brooks Louis, jr. milk, 230 n Central av 
Brooks Mrs. Margaret, boarding, 94 s Eutaw 
Brooks Mrs. Marj, 127 s Eden 
Brooks N. C. principal Balto. Female College, 

53 St. Paul. — \_Seep. 29 Advertisements.'] 
Brooks N. C. jr. clerk, 53 St. Paul 
Brooks Peter B. chairmaker, 301 Hamburg 
Brooks Priscilla L. 126 Hamburg 
Brooks Rachel, 68 Saratoga 
Brooks Rachel, 187 Orleans 
Brooks Richard, (Richard B., & Sons,) 168 n 

High 
Brooks Richard, jr. laborer, 8 Addison 
Brooks Richard, of Eutaw house, 51 Marion 
BROOKS RICHARD & SONS, (Richard, Ro- 
bert, & C. J. Brooks.) wholes, boots and 
shoes, over 246 w Baltimore 
Brooks Robert S. sailmaker, 29 w Pratt 
Brooks Robert, watchman C. H. 24 St. Peter 
Brooks Robert & Bro. (R., and Christopher J. 
Brooks,) boots, sKoes and leather, 257 w 
Baltimore 
Brooks Robert, (R, B., & Bro.) 122 w Biddle 
Brooks Robert, (Richard B., & Sons,) 122 w 

Biddle 
Brooks & Rogers, (Chauncy Brooks, David G. 
Rogers, ) wholesale boots, shoes, and hats, 
346 w Baltimore 
Brooks Rodney R, painter, 39 Druid Hill av 
Brooks Samuel D. can works, cor Boston and 

Gwynn, Canton, dw 154 s Bond 
Brooks Sauil. R. paperhanger, 177 Orleans 
Brooks Sarah, laundress, Rennert house 
Brooks Shadrach, tailor, 35 Jackson 
Brooks & Smith, (J. B., C. R. Smith,) horse- 

shoers, s w cor Decker and Biddle 
Brooks Mrs. Sophia, 22 n Front 
Brooks Susan, 7 Hollins 
Brooks Thomas, tinner, 42 Essex 
Brooks Thomas, restaurant, 112 s Euta.w 
Brooks Thomas E. stonecutter, 24 St. Peter 
Brooks Thomas, porter, 144 L. Greene 
Brooks Walter B., Linden av nr Druid Hill 
Brooks AVu). collector, 26 n Front 

Brooks driver, 584 w Pratt 

Brooks Wm. D. tinner, 194 n Broadway 
Brooks Wm. H. stonecutter, 65 Cambridge 
Brooks Wm. jr. clerk N. C. R. 293 Aisquith 
Brooks Wm. engineer, 162 L. Greene 
Brooks Wui. 293 Aisquith 
Brooks Wm. H. clerk N. C. R 293 Aisquith 
Brooks Wm. F. printer, 59 Chew 
Brooks Wm. carpenter, 128 n Exeter 
Brooks Wm. 777 w Baltimore 
Brooks Wm. 11. bricklayer, 104 Scott 
Brooks Wm. T. claim agent, 187 Orleans 
Broom Mrs. Ann H. boarding, 84 s Sharp 
Broom Charles, grocer, 152 Bank 
Broom Mrs. Ellen, grocery, 152 Bank 
Broom John, ship carpenter, 152 Bank 



Broom Geo. grocery, s e cor Bank and Wolfe, 

aw 152 Bank 
Broom Nathaniel W. clerk, 84 s Sharp 
Broom Roger G. B. clerk, 84 s Sharp 
Broom Wm. laborer, 299 Eastern av 
Broome Jas. jr. (G. P. Peterson & Co.) 38 n 

Calvert 
Broome R. J. 62 w Fayette 
Broome Wm. J. helper, 88 Bank 
Bropf Engelhardt, laborer, 251 West 
Bropf Philip, blacksmith, 251 West 
Broring Henry, shoemaker, 73 e Eager 
Broseker Chas. butcher, 506 Light 
Brosker Wm. cigarmaker, 299 William 
Brosius Hamilton, engineer, 50 s Schroeder 
Brosius, Horner & Co. (S. H. B., W. H. Hor- 
ner, Silas Brosius, ) imps, and jobbers no- 
tions, fancy goods. &c., 319 w Baltimore 
Brosius Samuel H. (B., Horner & Co.) 191 w 

Fayette 
Brosius Silas, (B., Horner & Co. ) Howard bouse 
Brosnan Mrs. Margaret A. 98 s Carey 



BROSS EDWAED, Lithographer, 
Engraver and Printer. Keeps on 
hand a large assortment of Wine, 
Liquor and Cigar Labels. Edging 
Paper and Brands executed in the 
best style, 149 W. Lombard. 



Brossel John, tailor, 33 Josephine 
Brotherhood Building Ass'n,over 53 Lexington 
Brotherton David H. cigar maker, 594 w Bal- 
timore 
Brotherton John P. carpenter, 594 w Baltimore 
Brotherton Morris C. harness maker, 594 w 

Baltimore 
Brotzel Mrs. John A. 594 Light 
Brotzel Wm. H. brickmaker, 619 Light 
Brotzman Anton, cabt. maker, 100 s Central av 
Brotzman Conrad, shoemaker, 12 Walker 
Brotzman John, shoemaker, 12 Walker 
Brotzman Peter, cabt. maker, 100 s Central av 
Broughton Henry C. shipjoiner, 114 s Spring 
Broughton Isaac, printer, 65 Raborg 
Broughton James, carpenter, 24 Hill 
Broughton John, plasterer, 65 Raborg 
Broughton Mrs. Mary J. 71 n Caroline 
Broughton Joseph, huckster, 22 Laurel 
Broumel James, pres. Franklin Fire Ins. Co. 

554 w Fayette 
Brow Richard, stoves, 184 Stirling 
Brower Conrad, locksmith, 43 n Eden 
Brower Henry, tailor, 330 w Pratt 
Brower H. T. laborer. 65 Bostou 
Brower John, painter, 29 e Baltimore 
Brown Aaron A. shoe factory, cor Sharp and 

German, dw 22 Hill 
Brown Abner C. stair builder, 82 n Pine 
Brown Abraham, bricklayer, 2 Hill 
Brown Mrs. Adelaide, millinery, 60 Park 
Brown Alexander D. farmer, 70 Mt. Vernon pi 
Brown Alex, moulder, Clinton s of Boston 
BROWN ALEX. & SONS, (G. S. B., Wm.H. 

Graham,) bankers and dealers in foreign 

exchange, s w cor Baltimore and Calvert 
Brown Alexander E. (Wm. H. B. & Bro.) n e 

cor Linden av and Townsend 
Brown Alexander, bricklayer, 257 Lee 



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Brown Alexander P. tailor, 125 Orleans 
Brown A. E. (A. E. B. & Co.) 214 w Lom- 
bard 
BROWN A. E. & CO. (A. E. Brown,) grocers 

214 w Lombard 
Brown Alfred, huckster, 35 Hoffman 
Brown Alfred C. carpenter, 88 w Centre 
BROWN ALFRED J. surgeon dentist, 88 n 

Charles 
Brown Alice, 20 Shakespeare 
Brown Allison A. clerk, 47 Mt. Vernon pi 
Brown Mrs. Amanda, 7 Trinity 
Brown Ann, 53 Burke, Canton 
Brown Ann Maria, 55 Saratoga 
Brown Mrs. Ann, 41 Aisquith 
Brown Andrew, tavern, s w cor Broadway and 

Canton av 
Brown Anna M. 268 s Bond 
Brown Mrs. Annie. 75 York 
Brown A. E. W. (Fowler & Co.) 192 n Calvert 
Brown Arthur, hackman, 204 Chesnut 
Brown Arthur G.(B.&Brune,) 47 Mt. Vernon pi 
Brown Aulay & Co. (A. Brown,) produce, 

\6Qh w Pratt 
Brown Aulay, (A. B. & Co.) Paca nr Fremont 
Brown Basil, screwman, 158 s Paca 
Brown B. & Co. (Benj. B., Wm. B. Shedd,) 

wholesale liquors, 370 w Baltimore 
Brown Benj. (B. B. & Co.) Gilmor house 
Brown Benjamin F. machinist, 160 Division 
Brown Benjamin J. painter, 169 Raborg 
Brown Benjamin M. machinist, 147 s Sharp 
Brown Bettie, dressmaker, 25 s Central av 
BROWN, BOGGS & CO. (J. T. B.,F. H. Boggs) 

wholesale liquors, 33 s Gay 
BROWN & BRUNE, (George Wm. B., F. W. 
Brune, Stewart Brown, A. G. Brown,) at- 
torneys, 40 St. Paul 
Brown '& Burkhard, (.J. W. B., A. Burkhard,) 

apothecaries, 52 Druid Hill av 
Brown's Building, 170 w Baltimore 
Brown Mrs. Carrie, teacher, 19 Mosher 
Brown Caroline, school, 20 n High 
Brown, Mrs. Caroline, grocery, 23 Fremont nr 

Pennu. av 
Brown, Jlrs. Catherine, seamstress, 358 Wash- 
ington av 
Brown Catherine, 145 Eastern av 
Brown Catherine, hucktress, over n e cor Ann 

and Lancaster 
Brown Charles, huckster, 544 Saratoga 
Brown Charles, blacksmith, 15 Pleasant al 
Brown Charles, huckster, 113 Raborg 
Brown Charles, laborer, 97 s Chester 
Brown Charles, hostler, 43 Oxford 
Brown Charles, shoemaker, 98 Lancaster 
Brown Charles A. L. clerk, 13 s Howard 
Brown ("apt. Charles, Ann bet Lombard and 

Baltimore 
Brown Charles D police, 102 e Fayette 
Brown Charles, huckster, 187 s Caroline 
Brown .Mrs. Col. Charles J. 3 s Oregon 
Brown C. H. agent Valentine & Fancher ship- 
ping and storage wharf, Gilmor house 
Brown Charles E. clerk, Townsend bet John 

and Park av 
Brown Charles E. tobacco mannf. 306 w Pratt, 

dw n e cor Linden av and Townsend 
Brown Capt. Charles H., 34 n Eden 
Brown Charles H. H., Eutaw pi nr Townsend 
Brown Charles^, oil merchant, 4 s HoUiday, 
dw Gilmor bouse 



Brown Charles T. bookkeeper, 87 n Broadway 
Brown Charles W. carpenter, 58 n Pine 
Brown Chauncj' B. brakesman, 442 w Lombard 
Brown Christian, shoemaker, 311 Mulberry 
Brown Cornelius, jr. musical instrs., 32 1 n Gay 
Brown & DePaepe, (H. B., J. DePaepe,) rig- 
gers, 16 Philpot 
Brown Dan' 1, laborer, s w cor Buren and Front 
Brown Daniel P. teacher, 76 e Lombard 
Brown David R. attorney, 30 St. Paul, dw 617 

w Fayette 
Brown Mrs. Deborah, 476 Lexington 
Brown E. huckster, 234 Light 
Brown Edward, liquors and wines, 181 s 

Broadway 
Brown Edward, messenger, 65 Hillen 
Brown Edward, huckster, 7 Camden la 
Brown Edward W. junk, 94 Henrietta 
Brown Eleanor, boarding, 103 Hanover 
Brown Elias, jr. carpenter, 186 Saratoga 
Brown Elias, carpenter and builder, 17 Pleas- 
ant, dw 186 Saratoga 
Brown Mrs Elizabeth, dressmaker, 257 e Eager 
Brown Mrs. E. N. dressmaker, 127 Saratoga 
Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, 192 s Bethel 
Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, 60 n Howard 
Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, 395 Lexington 
Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, 6 L. May 
Brown Mrs. Ellen, boarding, 68 Thames 
Brown Emmett, clerk, 77 McCulloh 
Brown Frank H. clerk, Eutaw nr Townsend 
Brown Franklin, produce, 372 Franklin 
Brown Frantz, coppersmith, 28 Albemarle 
Brown Frederick J. 47 Mt. Vernon pi 
Brown Frederick, mariner, 116 s Regester 
Brown Frederick, basketmaker, 224 Peuna. av 
Brown Fred. S. clerk, Eutaw nr Townsend 
Brown Garrett, n e cor Linden av and Town- 
send 
Brown George N. carpenter, 3 s Oregon 
Brown Geo. F. marblecutter, 150 n High 
Brown Geo.Wm. (B. & Brune) 47 Mt. Vernon 

place 
BROWN GEORGE A. lime, cement, &c., 6 

Penna. av, dw 200 Saratoga 
Brown Geo. S. (Alex. B. & Sons) s w cor Ca- 
thedral and Madison 
Brown Geo. confectioner, 16 Centre Market sp 
Brown George, mariner, 76 e Baltimore 
Brown Geo. 0. photographer, 2G7 Lexingtoa 
Brown Geo. W. engineer, 76 n Ann 
Brown Geo. C. carpenter, 186 Saratoga 
Brown George, 39 McCulloh 
Brown G. W. (B. k Rogers) 8 Jackson 
Brown Geo. W. ship carpenter, 131 Gough 
Brown Geo. W. carpenter, 4 s High 
Brown Geo. W. fancy articles, 207 e Balti- 
more, dw 209 
Brown George, blacksmith, 23 East 
Brown Geo. W. 282 Saratoga 
Brown Geo. W. carpenter, 282 Saratoga 
Brown Geo. L. porter, 21 Rock 
Brown George, carpenter, 22 Harford av 
Brown George, hostler, over n e cor Ana and 

Lancaster 
Brown Geo. W. bricklayer, 27 n Amity 
Brown Gustavus, (A. Seemuller & Sons) Bal- 
timore CO 
Brown Henry, shoemaker, 206 Mulberry 
Brown Henry, clerk, 5 Hollins 
Brown Henry G. teacher, 76 e Lombard 
Brown Henry, clerk, 81 w Monument 



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BROWN HENRY C. & 00. (H. C. B., J. Pat- 
terson, ) saw manuf rs,Uhler's al nr Charles, 
and 85 n Front 
Brown Henry C. (H. C. B. & Co.) 14 Watson 
Brown Henry, (B.& DePaepe)50s Washington 
Brown Henry G. clerk, 24 n Strieker 
Brown Henry P. clerk, 5 Hollins 
Brown Hess, carpenter, Black Horse hotel 
Brown Mrs. Hester Ann, dressmaker, 130 Har- 
ford av 
Brown Horatio W. clerk, 32 n Charles 
Brown's Hotel, 119 n High, L. Brown prop'r 
Brown Hugh, laborer, 215 s Bethel 
Brown Hugh, gasfitter, 46 Clay 
Brown Mrs. Isalaella, 54 Cathedral 
Brown Isaiah, woodturner, 118 n Schroeder 
Brown J. H., Barnum's hotel 
Brown Jacob, dry goods, 250 s Charles 
Brown Jacob C. sailmaker, 107 South, dw 5 

n Ann 
Brown Jacob, boots and shoes, 79 McElderry's 

wharf 
Brown Jacob,jr. shoemaker, 79 McElderry's whf 
Brown James, laborer, 204 Forrest 
Brown James, laborer, 23 Concord 
Brown James, huckster, 116 Boyd 
Brown James H. (B. & Stuckey) 34 e Pratt 
Brown James, laborer, 108 Boyd 
Brown James, puddler, 7 Harris' al 
Brown James R. carpenter and builder, 1 Ex- 
change al, dw 235 Saratoga 
Brown James, carpenter, 40 n Broadway 
Brown James M. horses, 273 Saratoga 
Brown James T. machinist, 60 s Ann 
Brown James, restaurant, 85 Thames 
Brown Rev. James H. 38 n Broadway 
Brown James A . engineer, 85 Thames 
Brown James V. watchmaker, 248 e Baltimore 
Brown James F. clerk, 107 South 
Brown James R. (Jas. R. B. ^- Co.) Delphey 

house 
Brown James, laborer, 5 e Monument 
Brown J. Frank, IB n Calhoun 
BROWN JAS. R. & CO. (J.R. B., Theodore 
Parsons) wholes, queensware, 1 n Howard 
Brown J. Wilcox, (B., Lancaster & Co.) Rich- 
mond, Va 
Brown James M. (B. & Rogers) 8 Jackson 
Brown James W. salesman, 259 Saratoga 
Brown Mrs. Jane, 39 Jefierson 
Brown Mrs. Jane, seamstress, 8 Harford av 
Brown Jasper, carpenter, Uhler's al, dw 319 

Light 
Brown Jerome B. 86 Camden 
Brown Joel S. stationery. 20^ e Lombard 
Brown John B. clerk, 200 Saratoga 
Brown John B. clerk, 55 Lexington 
Brown John, rigger, Regester nr Orleans 
Brown John A. bailiff Circuit ct, 241 e Pratt 
Brown John, 95 n High 
Brown John, laborer, 243 Gough 



Brewn John, distillery, 121 Chew 

Brown John, rigger, 70 Johnson 

Brown John L. clerk, 81 Preston 

Brown John N. 18 s Eutaw 

Brown John J. brakesman, 174 Ramsay 

Brown John, hardware, 10 w Pratt, dw 87 n 

Broadway 
Brown John, conductor, 100 s Exeter 
Brown John, laborer, 432 Canton av 
Brown John H. clerk, 181 s Broadway 
Brown John, 268 s Bond 
Brown John, sawyer, 90 Eastern av 
Brown John J. butcher, 20 Hollins st market, 

dw 217 Frederick av 
Brown John H. ship broker, 58 Exchange pi, 

dw Clinton, Canton 
Brown John W. (Pue & B. and B. & Burk- 

hard, ) 76 n Carey 
Brown John M. carpenter, 189 Conway 
Brown John H. boilermaker, 114 Boyd 
Brown John F. S. tinner, 475 Penna. av 
Brown John S. insp'r steamboats, over P. 0., 

dw Harford co 
Brown John T. painter, 186 Vine 
Brown Jno. T.(B.,Boggs & Co.) 196 w Lombard 
Brown John T. cabinetmaker, 27 McHenry 
Brown John J. baker, 178 Columbia 
Brown John, baker, 57 and 59 Hanover mar- 
ket, dw 107 n High 
Brown John W. (A. H. Greenfield & Co.) 259 

Saratoga 
Brown John W. painter, Fremont ext 
Brown Jonathan, tin plate and sheet iron 

worker, 58 North 
BROWN J. HARMAN, Register of Wills, 

67 Courtland 
Brown Joseph, tailor, 102 Barre 
Brown Joseph, Sec'y Gas Co. 617 w Fayette 
Brown Joseph, laborer, 70 Johnson 
Brown Joseph, tailor, 83 Johnson 
Brown Joseph, coach painter, 284 n Eutaw 
Brown Josh. A. coachmak. 347 Saratoga, dw 320 
Brown Joshua L. tin and sheet iron worker, 

475 Penna. av , 

Brown Mrs. Julia A. 257 Lee 
Brown Julius, shoemaker, 50 n Eden 
Brown, Lancaster & Co. (J. W. B., R. A. Lan- 
caster, P. J. Wright, J. L. Williams, C. D. 

Lowndes,) stock brokers, 30 South 
Brown Mrs. Laura, Sarah Ann ext 
Brown Mrs. Lena, victualler, rear 78 Centre 

Market sp 
Brown Lewis, butcher, 5 Armistead la 
Brown Lewis P. shoemaker, 432 Lexington 
Brown Levi, music store, 457 w Baltimore 
Brown Lewis, prop'r Brown's hotel, 119 n High 
Brown Lewis, cooper, 258 s Sharp 
Brown Lydi^, 2 Lewis 
Brown Manhiem, toys and confectionery, 16 w 

Baltimore 
Brown Mrs. Martha, 65 Hillen 
Brown Mrs. Mary, grocery, cor Clinton and 

Boston 
Brown Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 33 n Paca 
Brown Mrs. Mary, confectionery, 23 East 
Lrown Mrs. Mary, 194 s Regester 
Brown Mary C. tailoress, 153 Orleans 
Brown Mary J. tailoress, 96 Richmond 
Brown Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 103 e Pratt 
Brown Mrs. Mary F. 187 s Chester 
Brown Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 125 n Spring 
Brown Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 70 Columbia 



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Brown Mary, seamstress, 135 n Eutaw 
Brown Mrs'. Mary, 242 Light 
Brown Mary, 56 n Central av 
Brown Margaret, shoe findings, 283 s Bond 
Brown Martin II. engraver, over 169 w Balti- 
more, dw 71 Walsh 
Brown Martin S. engraver, over n e cor Cal- 
vert and Water, dw 71 Walsh 
Brown Matthew S. watch' n, over 96 Richmond 
Brown Matthew J. (M. J. & W. A. Brown,) 

18 Greenmount av 
Brown M. J. & W. A. flour and feed commis- 
sion merchants, 11 w Pratt 
Brown Michael, carter, 231 William 
Browii Michael, laborer, 56 Leadenhall 
BROWN M. & S. millinery, fancy and dry 

goods, over 243 w Baltimore 
Brown Morris, (M. & S. B.) 166 Le.xington 
Brown Milker, laljorer, 9 Leadenhall 
Brown M. & S. retail fancy goods, &c., 166 

Lexington 
Brown Moses, painter, 36 n Caroline 
Brown Mrs. Mollie, 57 Orleans 
Brown Patrick, laborer, 73 Stirling 
Brown Patrick, lab'r s w cor Front and Buren 
Brown Paul, shoemaker, 107 n High 
Brown P. M. cooper, 265 Aliceanna, dw 286 

s Ann 
Brown Rachel, 93 Saratoga 
Brown Richard W. bookkeeper, SHollins 
Brown Richard, 286 w Fayette 
Brown Richard P. miller, 110 Greenmount av 
Brown Rinehart, baker, 777 w Baltimore 
BROWN ROBERT D., treasurer Susq. Canal 

Co. 13 Lexington, dw Balto. co 
Brown Robert jr. oil broker, Decker nr Oliver 
Brown Robert T. book agent 4U German 
Brown Rob't P. (Wm. B. & Son,") 77 McCulloh 
Brown Robert, watches and jewelry, 158 w 

Baltimore 
BROWN & ROGERS, (J. M. B., G. W. B. 
Wm. H. Rogers, ) importers and dealers in 
cigars, tobacco, pipes, &c. 28 Second 
Brown Rose, huckstress, 11 Thomsen 
Brown Rudolph, shoemaker, 93 Granby 
Brown Reuben, T. huckster, 7 Hoffman, nr 

Walsh 
Brown Mrs. Ruth, boarding, 134 n High 
Brown Mrs. Sarah A. boarding, 13 s Howard 
Brown Mrs. Sarah, 66 s Bond 
Brown Samuel M. carpenter, 257 Lee 
Brown Samuel, laborer, 285 Druid Hill av 
Brown Samuel R. huckster, 179 s Paca 
Brown Samuel, rigger, 14 Warren 
Brown Samuel, bricklayer, 7 Hoffman nr Penn- 
sylvania av 
Brown Samuel W. mariner, 2 Stirling 
Brown Seljastian, attorney, 5U&t. Paul, dw 

175 Druid Hill av 
Brown Simon, carpenter, 36 Josephine 
Brown Solomon, (M. & S. B.) 232 w Lombard 
Brown Sophia, teacher, Townsend nr John 
Brown Stewart, (B. & Brune, ) 40 St. Paul 
Brown Stewart, brass finisher, 119 Mulberry 
Brown Dr. Septimus, office s e cor Baltimore 
and I'inc, dw ne cor Townsend and Garden 
Brown k Stuckey, (Jas. H. B., Jno. Stuckey,) 

junk, cor Mill and Canton av 
Brown Tlios. H. sec'y Great Falls Iron Co., 
Sue w Pratt, dw cor Garden and Townsend 
Brown Thos M., (T. Matthews & Son) 42 St. 
Paul ' 



Brown Theodore, laborer, foot of West 
Blown Thos. S. clerk, 259 Saratoga 
Brown Thomas R. 304 JIadison av 
Brown Thomas, machinist, 33 Jackson 
Brown Thomas, brass moulder, 42 Rock 
Brown Thomas A. (T. A. B. & Co.) 224 w 

Fayette 
Brown Thomas, currier, 79 McElderry wharf 
BROWN THOS. W. confectioner, 25 Barnet 
Brown Thomas, brickmaker, 81 St. Peter 
Brown Thomas J. gold and silversmith, 94 

w Baltimore, dw 303 e Eager 
Brown Thomas, shipjoiner, 332 s Bond 
Brown Thomas, bridge builder, cor Clinton 

and Boston 
Brown Thomas, pattern maker, 21 George 
Brown Thos. raerch. tailor, 213 e Baltimore 
Brown Thos. laborer, 55 e Monument 
Brown Thos. carter, 23 Pleasant al 
Brown Thomas J. jr., jeweler, 303 e Eager 
Brown T. A. k Co., (T. A. k Rich' Brown) 

wholesale grocers, 66 Exchange place 
Brown Timothy S. huckster, cor Caroline and 

Fayette 
Brown V. J. 14 Hollins 
BROWN WM. & SON, (W. & R. P. Brown) 

watches and jewelry, s. e. cor Baltimore and 

Charles 
Brown Walter S. carpenter, 186 Saratoga 
Brown Wm. coach maker, 42 s Central av 
Brown Wm. R. R., agent, 339 w Favette 
Brown Wm. (Wm. B. & Son,) 77 .McCulloh 
Brown Wm. ( W. J. Taylor & Co.) 55 Dolphin 
Brown Wm. car driver, 1 Baker 
Brown Wm. H.(W. H. B.& Bro.)226 Linden av 
Brown Wm. E. clerk, 351 w Baltimore 
Brown Wm. A. (M. J.&W. A. B.) 121nEden 
BROWN WM. H. & BRO. (Wm. H. B., Al- 
exander E. B., John E. Morrison, ) druggists, 

25 s Sharp 

Brown Wm. ship carpenter, 68 Thames 
Brown Wm. H. carpenter, 90 Orleans 
Brown Wm. W. carpenter, 14 s Ann 
Brown Wm. M. provisions, n e cor Pratt and 

Castle. 
Brown Wm. of Robert, 158 w Baltimore 
Brown Wm. L. carp'ter, 116 and 122 Low, dw 

216 e Baltimore 
Brown Wm. M. printer, 35 n Fremont 
Brown Wm. H. bricklayer, 225 Peirce 
Brown Wm. G. clerk, P. 0. 32 s Poppleton 
Brown Wm. P. grocery, 2G9 Orleans 
Brown Wm. R. painter, 140 Preston 
Brown Wm. T. bricklayer, 192 s Paca 
Brown Wm. 11. shipjoiner, 295 Canton av 
Brown Wm. R. clerk, 168 Mulberry 
Brown W. J. collector, 45 St. Paul 
Brown W. G. barkeeper. Swan tavern 
Brown Wm. stevedore, 199 s Chester 
Browne Charles C. 123 McCulloh 
Browne Dr. Bennett B. office u e cor Eutaw 

and New, dw 123 McCulloh 
Browne Eliza, 72 Lexington 
Browne Lucy, 72 Lexington 
Browne Lewis B. bookkeeper, 99 Garden 
Browne Nicholas V. 310 n Caroline 
Browne P. Arrell, attorney, 65 w Fayette, dw 

42 w Monument 
Browne Wm. Hand, (Blcdsde & B,) Balto. co 
Browning 15asil C. conductor B. & 0. R. R. 

26 n Oregon 

Browning Edw'd, iron moulder, 40narfordav 



The GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE is the 



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COMMISSION MERCHAN TS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Phisler, 

21 SPEAR'S ■WHARF. 



Browning Frederick H. brickmaker, 650 Light 
Browning George G. police, Hand house 
Browning Henry P. painter, 103 w Biddle 
Browning James S. carpenter, 81 s Exeter 
Browning John, laborer, 255 s Sharp 
Browning Joseph D. brickmaker, 650 Light 
Browning Louisa, teacher 75 s Eden 
Browning L. W. actor, 81 s Exeter 
Browning Mrs. Mary A. 15 s Eden 
Browning Richard, laborer, 660 Light 
Bi-owning Susan, teacher. 75 s Eden 
Browning Warfield T. (Cinnamond & B. ) 49 

Mulberry 
Browning'Wm. painter, 103 w Biddle 
Browning Wm. E. (Charles Reese & Co.) Bal- 
timore county 
Browning Wm. W. clerk, Greene nr Pratt 
Browning Wm. S. bookkeeper, 85 Preston 
Browning Wm. ropemaker, 212 Stirling 
Brownley Hiram L. shipcarpenter, 365 Light 
Brownley John W. shipcarpenter, 271 e Pratt 
Brownley Joseph blacksmith, 43 Garden 
Brownley Larking C. ship carp., 107 s Bond 
Brownley Mrs. Sarah A. tailoress, 5 Hyde ct 
Brownley Thos. J. engineer, 63 Hill 
Brownley Mrs. Mary, confectionery, 419 w 

Lombard 
Brownold Moses, salesman, 111 German 
Brownold Moses, (Lehmayer&Bro. )62 s Greene 
Brubach Joachim, cab. mak., 637 w Lombard 
•Bruce Dr. D. 208 e Baltimore 
Bruce David, confectioner and fruits 188 w 

Pratt, dw 211 Barre 
Bruce Edward M. tinner, 160 Aisquith 
Bruce J. 8 Aisquith 
Bruce John M. coppersmith 10 w Centre, dw 

160 Aisquith 
Bruce & Jennings, dentists, 7 1 n Charles 
Bruce Mrs. Joseph, 6 Hill 
Bruce Wm. 153 e Madison 
Bruce Rev. Wm. 138| w Biddle 
Bruce Wm. W. machinist, 153 e Madison 
Bruce Dr. Walter, (B. & Jennings) 71 n Charles 
Bruchey David H. letter carrier, 239 Columbia 
Bruchheiser Henry, piano maker, 54 Stiles 
Bruchheiser Geo. tailor, 45 Preston 
Bruck Henry M. tailor, 278 Hanover 
Bruckhotf Robert, tailor, over 21 s Gay 
Bruckman Anton, carpenter, 95 s Durham 
Bruckmann Wm. shoemaker, 154 Henrietta 
Bruckner John F. piano maker, 362 Saratoga 
Brude Gustav, (Fuchs, Starklofl'& Co.)58 King 
Bruder Michael, lager beer, 292 Canton av 
Bruder Michael, jr. confectioner, 292 Canton av 
Brueckner Andrew, prop. Dover house, 3 Dover 
Bruehl Justus, confectionery, 57 e Lombard 
Bruehl Wm. H. letter carrier, 232 w Pratt 
Bruff Mrs John W. 283 Madison av 
Bruff John K. bricklaj-er, 264 e Pratt 
Bruflf John W. jr. clerk, 283 Madison av 
Bruff Joseph J. clerk C. H. dw Baltimore co 



Bruff Jos. E. (Baker, B. &Co.) 283 Madison av 
Bruff Thomas A. ship carpenter, 241 1 Gough 
Brughman Wm. laborer, 500 w Pratt 
Bruggman Henry, carpenter, 360 Canton av 
Bruggy Martin, carpenter, 3 Arcade al 
Brugniens Louis, painter, 17 Barnet 
Bruhn Jacob, wines and liquors, 73 s Sharp, 

dw 67j Hanover 
Brummer Fred'k laborer, 153 s Dallas 
Brummer Henry, laborer, 153 s Dallas 
Brun Mad. F. child's dressmaker, 116 n Paca 
Brun Henry, weaver. 310 e Fayette 
Brundige Chas. H. (Wm. G. Price & Co.) 339 

Druid Hill av 
Brundige Mrs. Hannah, 66 n Calvert 
Brundige Rudolph, cop. smelter, 32 Fountain 
BRUNE F. W. & SONS,(W.H.Brune,)merch's 

and ag'ts Md. Steam Sugar Refin'g Co. 89 

and 91 Smith's whf 
Brunc& Bowers, (W. F. B., W. Bowers,) horse 

collar manufs. n w cor Pratt and Commerce 
Brune Mrs. D. 176 e Pratt 
Brune Fred'k W. (Brown & B.) cor Cbarles- 

st. av and Northern av 
Brune Henry, laborer, 110 e Lombard 
Brune John, laborer, 54 Albemarle 
Brune Wm. F. (B. & Bowers,) 58 Albemarle 
Brune Wm. 176 w Pratt 

Brune Wm.H. (F. W.B.&Sons,) 157 St. Paul 
Bruneir Louis, baker, 5 Dover ext 
Bruner Frank, laborer, 107 Lancaster 
Bruner Hamilton, huckster, 146 Henrietta 
Bruner Jacob, laborer, 8 Callendar al 
Bruner Jacob, carpenter, 127 s Sharp 
Bruner John L. tailor, 102 n Gay 
Bruning George, mariner, 254 s Sharp 
Bruning George, cabinetmaker, 16 Wayne, dw 

238 s Paca 
Bruning Henry, grocery and liquors, 9 Warner 
Bruning Louis, clerk, 15 Neighbor 
Brunner Abel, (Rawlins & B.) 81 Aisquith 
Brunner Andrew, 424 Penna av 
Brunner Henry, patent medicines, 76 s Eutaw 
Brunner John L. jr. tailor, 102 n Gay 
Brunner John L. tailor, 83 n Front 
Brunner John, butcher. 92 Hampstead, e of 

Ann 
Brunner Joseph, currier, 14 Diamond 
Brunner Joseph, tailor, 165 Stirling 
Brunner Joseph, jr. currier, 29 n Greene 
Brunner Joseph H. restaurant, 29 n Greene 
Brunner Peter, tinner, 23 Walnut al 
Brunner Wm. T. clerk, 861 w Baltimore 
Bruns Bernard, shoemaker, 281 n Gay 
Bruns Charles, cooper, 47 Plum al 
Bruns George H. machinist, 47 Plum al 
Bruns Henrj- G. carpenter, 251 Canton av 
Bruus John, (Heise & Co.) 164 Mulberry 
Brunshup George, cooper, 225 Frederick av 
Brunt Charles A. clerk, 1 Walsh 
Brunt Charles A. clerk, 272 w Biddle 
Brunt Mrs. E. J. embroideries and lace goods, 

189 w Baltimore, dw 34 Saratoga 
Brunt George, carter, 29 Johnson 
Brunt James, 361 Penna av 
Brunt Richard, carpenter, 272 w Biddle 
Brunt Ralph, 487 Penna av 
Bruscup Albert, tailor, 83 n Caroline 
Bruscup Columbus, carpenter, 21s Caroline 
Bruscup Geo. H. sheet iron worker, 39 Chew 
Bruscup Thomas, (Audoun & B.) 70 n Bond 
Bruscup Thomas, 72 n Bond 



Best for all purposes. Sales room, 181 Baltimore-st. See Advt. p. 4. 



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Brush Charles W. attorney, 35 Lexington, dw 

Mosher nr Linden av 
Brushmiller Wiu. jr. painter, 13 Liberty al 
Brushwiller George W. wagoner, 35 Oliver 
Brushwiller John, machinist, 81 Mound 
Bnishwiller Lemuel D. 81 Mound 
Brushwiller Theodore, officer Penitentiary, 181 

Federal 
Brushwiller Wm. chairmaker, 81 Mound 
Brusnian John, salesman, Hunter al nr John 
Brussell John, tailor, 38 Josephine 
Brussell Justus, cabinetmaker, 38 Josephine 
Brussell Wyne, tailor, 38 Josephine 

ERUSTER JAMES, "Gen'l Agent" 
Buckeye Mower and Reaper, 
Sweepstakes Thresher, Mantz' 
Champion Smut Machines, arid 
Agricultural Implements, No. 77 
North-st. dw 80 Walsh 



Bruton Jlrs. Emma, millinery, 71 n Charles 
Bruton Wm. attorney, 71 n Charles 
Brutting George W. barkeeper, 69 s Sharp 
Brvan Capt. Fred. C. mariner, 261 e Baltimore 
Bryan F. T. 261 e Baltimore 
Brvan James, attorney, 192 n Calvert 
Brvan Jas. 0. laborer, Cumberland nr Penna av 
Brvan John, wire worker, 57 Hughes 
BRYAN JOHN H., attorney, 15 St. Paul, dw 

Calvert nr Eager 
Brvan John W. laborer, 57 Hughes 
Brvan & Small, (S. L. B., W. H. Small,) hoop 

skirts and fancy goods, 223 w Baltimore 
Lrvan Samuel L. (B. & Small) 9 Lanvale 
Brvan Thomas, shoemaker, 195 n Dallas 
Bryan Thomas J. huckster, 115 s Eden 
Bryan Wm. laborer, 417 w Pratt 
Bryan Wm. Shepard, attorney, 30 St. Paul, dw 

41 Mulberry 
Brvan Wm. H. laborer, 57 Hughes 
Bryant J. Y. (J. P. Myers ^ Co.) 84 n Howard 

BRYANT,STRATTON & SADLER, 
Business College, No. 8 n Charles 
St. Day sessions open the entire 
year— no vacation. Night session 
from October lat, to May 1st. Send 
for copies of College documents, 
free to any address. 

Bryarly Robert, tailor, 140 e Monument 

Bry den John H . musician, Stockholm nr Eutaw 

BUYER ANDREW, lager beer, cor Monument 

and Chester 
BryerGeo. varnLsher, 58 Leadenhall 
Bryson Bernard A. lumber insp., 196 e Pratt 
Brysou Mrs. Catherine, boarding, 625 w Pratt 
Bryson Daniel M. clerk, 134 n Exeter 
Bryson Gilbert E. prop, agt., 59 Aisquith 
BRYSON GILBERT H. real estate broker over 

20 Second, dw 59 Aisquith 
Bry.son Joim W. 625 w Pratt 
Bryson Wm. J., insp'r. C. IL, Swann lake, 

IJallimore co. 
Bull Ciisper, varnisher, 3 a Frederick 
Buhert J. 1). tavern and feed store, 99 s Charles 
Buliert Herman, drayman, 181 s Eden 



Bubinger George, tinner, 138 George 
Buchanan Mrs. Ellen B. 194 Preston 
Buchanan James A. (B. & Kerr) 182 Preston 
Buchanan James E., Delphey house 
Buchanan James H. att'y, 36 St. Paul, dw 62 
Buchanan James M. attorney, 41 Lexington, dw 

Barnum's hotel 
Buchanan Jas. M. clerk city tax office, Delphey 

house 
Buchanan J. Rowan, attorney, 41 Lexington, 

dw Balto. CO. 
BUCHANAN & KERR (James A. B., Charles 

G. Kerr) attorneys, 41 St. Paul 
Buchanan Lee S. 57 St. Paul 
Buchanan Mrs. Mary, boarding, 7 Abraham 
Buchanan S. S. 194 Preston 
Buchanan W. Jefferson, attorney, 28iSt. Paul 

dw 40 Courtland 
Buchanan Wm. M. clerk, 194 Preston 
Bucher Jacob, cabinetmaker, 224 Canton av 
Bucher John, laborer, 85 n Poppleton 
Bucherd John, laborer, Clinton, s of Boston 
Buchert Mrs. Barbara, 42 Liberty al 
Bucbert Godfred, boxmaker, 42 Liberty al 
Buchert Matthew, cabinetmaker, 42 Liberty al 
Buchholz Henry, bookkeeper, 30 n Greene 
Buchner Wm. J. herbdoctor, 125 Stirling 
Bucboff John, hosiery goods. 20 Thomsen 
Buchsbaum Charles, lager beer, cor Frederick 

av and Fulton 
Buchsbaum Jlrs. Hannah, 48 n Liberty 
Buchsbaum Henry, beer, s e cor Central av and 
Lombard and 33 wFayette,dw 2S5e Monument 
Buchsbaum John G. tailor, 230 Eastern av 
Buchsbaum John H. lager beer, se cor Central 

av and Lombard, dw 33 w Fayette 
Bucheimer George, restaurant, 442 Penna. av 
Bucheimer Josephine, 200 Canton av 
Bucheimer Mathias, shoemaker, 36 Union 
Bucheimer Peter, clothier, 20 w Pratt 
Buchet Mrs. Alexander, 177 e Lombard 
Buchheister Jno, laborer, rear 221 Frederick av 
Buchholz Henry, bookkeeper, 30 n Greene 
Buchler Geo. carpenter, 117 Low 
Buchman Fred, grocery, 317 Hanover 
Buchuer Conrad, shoemaker, 235 s Eutaw 
Buchwald Michael, butcher, 7 Belair and 113 

Centre markets, dw Belair avnear city limits 
Buchta John, wheelwright and blacksmith, 23 

Hillen, dw 25 
Buchta F. C. P. W. blacksmith, 25 Hillen 
Buchta W^m. C. blacksmith, 25 Hillen 
Buck Benj. C. ( Welleaer & B.) 135 w Hofifman 
Buck Benj. G. plasterer, 75 s Greene 
Buck Mrs. B. J. 396 Franklin 
Buck Christian, tailor, 1 Shakespear 
Buck Edward D. iron and steel, 86 w Pratt, dw 

75 e Pratt 
Buck Edwin B. naval store broker, 59 s Gay, 

dw 205 Franklin 
Buck Geo. W. 626 w Lombard 
Buck Henry, shoemaker, 183 Eastern av 
Buck & Ijams (N. S. B., W. II. Ijams) livery 

stables; 86 German 
Buck Irving A. (Adams & B.) Maltby bouse 
Buck James, watchman, 69 Hill 
Buck Jas. F. car driver, 41 Ilofl'man nr W^ilsh 
Buck John H. k Co. (J. H. and W. B. Buck,) 

hardware, 88 w Pratt 
Buck John M., 205 Franklin 
Buck John H. (J. 11. B. & Co.) 75 e Pratt 
Buck John, jr. asst. assessor, 75 e Pratt 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Tailors and Clothiers, Men and Boys' 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &-C. 

AGENTS FOR 

Roseiidale Cement anJ Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHABP. 
BUCK JAMES, prop'r Buck's hotel, 34 w Pratt 




On the European Plan. 

MEALS served at ALL HOURS, Day and Night. 

Buck John N. salesman, 312 w Baltimore 
Buck Jubn C. bricklayer, 235 n Caroline 
Buck Joseph A. metals, furs and paper stock, 

100 Light-st. whf, dw 69 Hill 
Buck Leander W. brickmaker. Gist nr'Essex 
Buck Leander W., jr., brickmaker, 24 Gist, 

nr Essex 
Buck N. S. (B. & Ijams,) Three Tuns hotel 
Buck Richard B. (Goldsborough, B. & Henry, ) 

Maltby house 
Buck Samuel D. salesman, Maltby house 
Buck Susanna, 9 New Church 
Buck Theodore A. clerk, 69 Hill 
Buck Wesley B. (J. H. B. & Co.) 75 e Pratt 
Buck Wm. carpenter, 49 n Fremont 
Buck Wm. H. clerk, 238 Linden av 
Buck Wm. H., jr., 238 Linden av 
Buckey George A. engineer, 50 s Schroeder 
Buckey James H. engineer, 50 s Schroeder 
Buckhart Adam, laborer, Marriott nr Haubert 
Buckhart Mary, laundress, 13 Baker 
Buckhart Philip, varnisher, 29 Union 
Buckheimer Frederick, 27 Eastern av 
Buckheimer Yorick, shoemaker, 10 Henry 
Buckheit Peter, carter, 288 Johnson 
Bucking Francis, baker, 124 Hollins 
Buckingham C. W., R. R. agt, 668 Lexington 
Buckingham Mrs. Ellen, Fulton nr Dover 



Buckingham Henry F. T. (J. W. C Seitz & 

Co.) 164 Franklin 
Buckingham Isaac F. music teacher, 39 n Pine 
Buckingham 1. F. clerk, 39 n Pine 
Buckingham Jesse P. laborer, Fulton and Dover 
Buckingham John W. carp'r, 528 w Lombard 
Buckingham John W. carpenter, 9 Scott 
Buckingham Mrs. Mary J. tailoress, 191 w Pratt 
Buckingham P. G. young ladies' academy, 301 

Sladisonav 
Buckingham Thos. stencil cutter, 3 Liberty al 

BUCKINGHAM, WASHINGTON 
L., agent for Bickfovd & Huffman, 
59J S. Charles-St., dw 39 N. Pine. 

Buckingham Wm. G. produce, 352 Mulberry 
Buckler Mrs. Clara W., Eager nr Charles 
Buckler Dr. Riggin, 135 n Charles 
Buckler Wm. H. ferryman, 81s Chester 
Buckless Henry, pilot, 20 Jackson 
Buckless Henry S. officer Penit'ry, 20 Jackson 
BUCKLEY CHARLES R. boot and shoemanu- 

fiicturer, 101 Hanover 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, 60 Eastern av 
Buckley Daniel B. tinner, 60 Eastern av 
Buckley Mrs. Eliza, huckstress, 41 President 
Buckley John, farmer, 90 s Republican 
Buckley John T. laborer, 15 Orbit al 
Buckley Mrs. Margaret, 88 Aisquith 
Buckley Martin, carter, 15 Orbital 
Buckley Mrs. Mary, 15 Orbit al 
Buckley Mrs. Mary, 15 Abey al 
Buckley Wm. confectionerv, 60 Thames 
BUCKMAN BROS. & CO' (S. J. and G. R. 

Buckman,) bankers, 192 w Baltimore 
Buckman Charles, tinner, 68 Durst al 
Buckman G. R. (B. Bros. & Co.) Baltimore co. 
Buckman Saml. J. (B. Bros. & Co.) Balto. co. 
Buckmaster II. C. salesman, 258 w Baltimore 
Buckmaster Hillery, caulker, 147 Johnson 
Buckmiller Roberts, tanner, North nr Eager 
Buckmiller Wm. tanner, 98 Chew 
Buckmiller Wm. P. coachsmith, 103 Chew 
Buckner Adam, shoemaker, 67 L.McElderry 
Buckner Dr. Charles S., 46 McCulloh 
Buckstein Wm. fireman, 350 s Eutaw 
Budaker Frederick, watchman, 173 Columbia 
Budeke Mrs. Clara, 2 Albemarle 
Budeke Geo. H. (B. & Grothaus,) 2 Albemarle 
Budeke & Grothaus, (Geo. H. B., D. B. Grot- 
haus,) oils, paints, &c., cor Broadway and 
Eastern av 
Budekel August, laborer, 20 Knox al 
Buderer John G. turner, 6 Jasper 
Budd Charles A. cigarmaker, 259 Gough 
Budd Henry, carpenter, 1 s Front 
Budde Wm. blacksmith, 104 Eastern av 
Buddemyer Fred'k, boilermaker, 217 s Wolfe 
Buddemyer Wm. laborer, 217 s Wolfe 
Buddenbohn Wm. carpenter, 92 Somerset 
Budnitz Henry, collector, 266 s Sharp 
Bueckert Wm. merchant tailor, 381 w Pratt 
Buecy James F. boilermaker, 13 Albemarle 
Buehler Adam, laborer, over 217 n Gay 
Buehler Charles H. boilermaker, 68 e Eager 
Buehler Henry L. tailor, 73 s Greene 
Buehler Thomas H. carpenter, 165 German 
Buehler Wm. & Co. (Wm. B., G. W. Hilde- 

brand, ) tobacco and cigars, 159 Franklin 
Buehler Wm. (Wm. B. & Co.) 182 Franklin 



Clothing, Marble Hall, 38 and 40 West Baltimore Street. 



Mntiial Benefit Life Ins. Co., Newark, "N. J. 



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Biiehrke Casten H. restaurant, 23 s Gav 
Buermann Mrs. Susan, seamstress, 197 Peirce 
Buff Henry, shoemaker, 134 Camden 
Buffingtoii Henry C. bookkeeper, 71 n Calvert 
Butflipp John, carter, 16 Shakspeare 
Bufford Wm. laborer, 2 Abraham 
Bufter Edward, bricklayer, 122 s "Washington 
Bufter Elijah, car driver, 122 s Washington 
Bufter Joseph R. car driver, 122 s Washington 
Buggeln Henry, laborer, s e cor Baltimore and 

Gilmor 
Buhler Robert, cook at Gilmor house 
Buhman Christopher, 383 s Charles 
Buhman Daniel, shoemaker, 269 s Charles 
Buhman Wm. laborer, 383 s Charles 
Buhrman Henrv, shoemaker, 269 s Charles 
Bujac Mrs. Adele T., 138 St. Paul 
Bu'iac Alfred, teacher, 26 Franklin 
BujacMrs. Julia, 138 St. Paul 
Bukoffskev George, puddler, 14 Bennett 
BULACK" JACOB, restaurant, 65 w Pratt 
Bulack Joseph, shoemaker, 244 w Pratt 
Bulack Michael, shoemaker, 29 McHenry 
Bulack Michael, shoemaker, 244 w Pratt 
Bulker Nicholas, laborer, 199 William 
Bulgan Henry, paver, 336 Mulberry 
Bull Asahel, carpenter, 403 n Gay 
Bull Dr. Benj. H. D. 41 s Sharp, dw Liberty 

road nr tollgate 
Bull Edmund, 208 w Biddle 
Bull Mrs. Elizabeth, 78 n Greene 
Bull Geo. W. carpenter, 8 Somerset 
Bull Milton, carpenter, 8 s Carey 
Bull Nicholas W. carpenter, McMecbin nr Druid 

Hill av 
Bull Wra. C. clerk, 234 n Charles 
Bull Wm. K. teamster, 135 Greeumount av 
Bullard August, butcher, cor Clinton and Hud- 
son 
Bullard Wm. S. (Geo. W. Depew & Co.) 228 

w Fayette 
Bullen Henry, brakesman, 181 s Paca 
Bulleu Mrs. Mary, 181 s Paca 
Bullen Samuel, mariner, 181 s Paca 
Bullen Wm. conductor, 189 Barre 
Bullman Christ" n, blacksmith. 327 n Central av 
Bullock Cabell, teacher, s w cor Hamilton and 

Cathedral 
Bullock C. K., Delphey house 
"bullock Daniel, potter, 287 e Lombard 
Bullock Francis S. (B. & Morton) 63 e Pratt 
Bullock Frederick, porter, 110 St. Mary 
Bullock Freeman C, Harnden exp. 90 s Sharp 
Bullock Freeman C. clerk, 114 Lee 
Bullock Henry C. sewing machines, 61 s How- 
ard, dw 52 George 
Bullock James, saddles, harness, &c., 376 w 

Baltimore, dw 542 w Fayette 
Bullock John & Son, (Kazwell J., John S., 
and Joseph L. B.,) glue, neats foot oil, and 
ground bone manuf. Washington road nr 
city limits 
Bullock John S. (J. B.& Son) 653 w Lombard 
Bullock Jos. L. (J.B. &Sou) 247 Columbia 
Bullock Mrs. Rhoda, 243 Columbia 
Bullock Rev. Dr. J. J., Franklin st. Presbyter' n 

Church, s w cor Hamilton and Cathedral 
Bullock Kazwell J. (J. B. ^- Son)339 Columbia 
Bullock Lucy, 81 n Liberty 
BULLOCK k MORTON, (F. S. B., Fred. Mor- 
ton) grocers and ship chandlers, 103 Smith's 
wharf 



Bullock Waller R. attorney, Orphan's C't, dw 

s w cor Hamilton and Cathedral 
Bull's Head Hotel, 130 n Front, Thos. Ar- 

macost, proprietor 
BuUucks Lucy D. teacher, 81 n Libertj' 
Bump George, 228 Franklin 
Bump Joseph L. provisions, 228 Franklin 
BUMP ORLANDO F. register in bankruptcy. 

15 St. Paul, dw Chester nr Pratt 
Bunce Edward, ropemaker, J56 n Dallas 
Bunce Mrs. Hannah, 21 n Eden 
Bunce Mrs. Jane, 232 e Chase 
Bunce John, (Quinn & B.) 232 e Chase 
Bunce John T. blacksmith, 250 e Madison 
Bunce Thomas, moulder, 376 Aiscjuith 
Bunch Mrs. Margaret, 36 President 
Buncheul Louis, cooper, 128 e Lombard 
Buncho John, laborer, 151 William 
Bundes Hotel, 61 s Charles 
Bunger John H. shoemaker, 89 s Spring 
Bunn Joseph, 355 s Charles 
Bunn Philip, laborer, 56 Johnson 
Bunnel Eli M. salesman, 77 Camden 
Buns Luke, laborer, 529 e Fayette 
Bunting Chas. music teacher, 343 w Lombard 
Bunting Elizabeth, 7 Gough 
Bunting George, butter, 103 Ensor 
Bunting Geo. R. clothing cutter, 24 s High 
Bunting Dr. John, messenger, 307 n Caroline 
Bunting John C. bricklayer, 348 w Lombard 
Bunting J. J. tailor, 168 w Baltimore 
Bunting Mrs. Margaret, 178 Pearl 
Bunting Capt. Robt. W. mariner, 76 William 
Bunting Wm. H. (Brian & B.) 33 s Calhoun 
Bunting Wm. J. shoemaker, 348 w Lombard 
Buntschuh Louis, cooper, 189 e Lombard 
Buntschuh Martin, caulker, 349 e Pratt 
Buntzinthal Francis, grocery, 37 Rose 
BurbageJohn, lab' r. Cathedral nr Northern av 
Burbage John E. salesman, 196 Aisquith 
Burbank David, com. merchant, 143 vv Pratt, 

dw 326 Sarotoga 
Burbank Leonard, salesman, 106 Walsh 
Burbrier Paul, laborer, 278 e Pratt 
Burch Francis A. 3s Caroline 
Burch Frederick, D. combmaker, 536 Saratoga 
Burch Henry, shoemaker, 92 Low 
Burch Jas. A. (Duff & B. ) Washington nr Pratt 
Burch James L. agent, 269 s Ann 
Burch Marion K. clerk, s w cor Southand Water 
Burch T. Alton, clerk, 192 n Calvert 
Burch Thos. B. (Harman & H.) Baltimore co 
Burch Wm. R. clerk, 89 s Sharp 
Burch William N. (Townsend, Friend & Co.) 

Prince George's co. Md 
Burchinal Maria M. seamstress, 7 ^lullikin 
Burchinal Mary E. seamstress, 7 Mullikin 
Burck John, engineer, 662 w Pratt 
Burckett Henry, claim agent. 77 Granby 
Burckhardt Peter (Guckert & Co.) Eastern av 

nr Bond 
Burdett Aaron, cop. plate mak. 364 Lexington 
Burdett Edwin, cop. plate mak. 364 Lexington 
Bures James, cardriver, 297 Canton av 
Burford P. S. clerk, 92 s Sharp 
Burgan Annie J. tailoress, cor Lloyd and Bal- 
timore 
Burgan Mrs. Sarah, 115 n Gay 
Burgee Elizabeth, 35 Mosher 
Burgen Thomas, cigarmaker, 110 n Bond 
Burgen Arthur, sawyer, 217 Light 
Burger Charles, baker, 30 Leadenhall 



J. HENRY GIESE & CO., Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 



WM. P. WEBB, G-en. Agent, 4 S. Holliday-st. 



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COMMISSION MERCHAXTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOKNTS FOR 

Roseiulale Cement & PIab;ter, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 



Burger Christoph'r, fur. wagon. 215 Aliceanna 
Burger Frank J. glassblower, Stockholm, betw 

Eutaw and Russell • 
Burger Gustav, gardener. 242 Greemount av 
Burger Henry, dry goods and variety, 212 s 

Broadwaj' 
Burger Henrj-, basketmaker, 1 L. McElderry 
Burger John, paperhanger, 313 Mulberry 
Burger Joseph, cabinetmaker, 11 Sterrett 
Burger John, laborer, 23 Port 
Burger John, blacksmith, 114 Hamburg 
Burger Philip, police, 354 Mulberry 
Burgess Amos, Fremont nr Townsend 
Burgess B.T.(C. W.B. &Sons,) 1 90 e Fayette 
Burgess Benj. patternmaker, 45 s Poppleton 
Burgess Caleb W. jr. provision, s w cor Chase 

and Decker 
Burgess Caleb H. & John, silverplaters, rear 

143 w Favette 
Burgess Caleb H. (Caleb H. & John B.) 450 

Lexington 
Burgess Chas. R. (Wm. B. & Son,) 42 n Re- 
publican 
Burgess C. W. (C. W. B. &Sons,) and treas. 

Old Town Savings Inst. 162 n Gay 
Burgess C. W.& Sons, (C. W., B. T. & S. 0. 

B.) grocers, 166 n Gay 
Burgess Isabella, tailoress, 76 s Fremont 
Butgess Isaiah P. (Andrews & Co.) Fremont 

s of Townsend 
Burgess James, carpenter, 160 Chesnut 
Burgess John, (Caleb H. & John B.) 13 Rock 
Burgess John H. machinist, 45 s Poppleton 
Burgess Laomi, upholsterer, 26 n Liberty 
Burgess Margaret, 87 n Exeter 
Burgess Mary, tailoress, 76 s Fremont 
Burgess Mary A. tailoress, 76 s Fremont 
Burgess Oliver H. patternmaker, 45 s Poppleton 
Burgess Owen, silverplater, 91 n Poppleton 
Burgess Saml. 0. (C. W. B. & Sons, ) 82 Ensor 
Burgess S.F agricultural implements, 82 Ensor 
Burgess Stephen F. carpenter, 232 e Fayette 
Burgess T. H. &Co.(T.H. B., J. A. Phillips,) 

com. merchants, over 152 Pratt st whf 
Burgess T. H. (T. H. B. & Co.) 49 Lee 
Burgess Thomas, laborer, 807 w Pratt 
Burgess Wm. ( Wm. B. & Son, ) n w cor Greene 

and Mulberry 
Burgess Wm. & Son, (Wm. B. & C. R. B.) 

merchant tailors, 169 w Lombard 
Burgess Wm. jr. clerk, 42 n Republican 
Burgess Wm. blacksmith, 470 w Lombard 
Burgess Wm. H. (Morgan & B.) cor Harford 

and Central avs 
Burgess Wm. T. patternmaker, 45 s Poppleton 
Burget Peter, china and glass, 211 Eastern av 
Burgett Granville, clerk, 92 n Amity 
Burgett Nimrod, driver, 76 n Amity 
Burghard Geo. driver, Belair av nr Cemetry 
Burgunder Benj. & Co. (B. B., D. Ambach,) 

wholesale clothiers, 11 German 



Burgunder Benj. (B. B. & Co.) 42 s Sharp 
Burgurder & Greenbaum, (J. B., W. Green- 

baum,) clothiers whols. 255 w Baltimore 
Burgunder Henry, bookkeeper, 42 s Sharp 
Burgunder Jos. (13. & Greenbaum,) 305 w Pratt 
Burgunder Meyer, salesman, 55 w Baltimore 
Burgunder Moses, salesman, 55 w Baltimore 
Burgunder Simon, boots and shoes, 55 w Bal- 
timore 

BURGY W. CORWIN, Importer, 
and Wholesale Dealer in Grocers' 
Articles, Teas, &c. General agent 
for David's Prize Soap. David S. 
Brown's celebrated Detersive and 
Refined Soaps, also agent for 
Thurston Hall & Go's Boston 
Crackers, 25 Cheapside, dw 343 n 
Eutaw 



Burk Charles, stonecutter, 72 Preston 
Burk Cornelius, tavern, 350 s Bond 
Burk Mrs. Elizabeth, 193 Vine 
Burk Henry, boot fitter, 60 s Sharp 
Burk Honey, stevedore, 267 Aliceanna 
Burk Jacob, laborer, Druid Hill av nr Preston 
Burk John, shipsmith, 267 Aliceanna 
Burk Justus, blacksmith, 267 Aliceanna 
Bufli iMichael, laborer, 193 Vine 
Burk Mrs. Sabina, laundress, 218 Raborg 
Burk Tobias, cooper, 11 n Spring 
Burk Wm. (Plack & B.) 98 s Central av 
Burkamp Francis, 201 Druid Hill av 
Burkar Adam, carpenter, 9 Stirling 
Burkard Conrad, laborer, 51 s Regester 
Burkhard Joseph, harnessmaker, 27 s Regester 
Burkhard Peter, china and glass ware, 211 

Eastern av 
Burkardt Michael, laborer, 36 Gist 
Burkardt Philip, varnisher, 29 Union 
Burkart George F. machinist, 25 n Poppleton 
Burkart Philip, machinist, 25 n Poppleton 
Burke Andrew J. sergt. police, 263 Green- 
mount av 
Burke Dr. Alonzo J. dentist, over 49 w Balti- 
more, dw Brown's hotel 
Burke Ann, 74 York 
Burke Anna, 238 n Caroline 
Burke Mrs. Alice, tavern, 97 Elliott 
Burke Mrs. Anna, varieties, 354 Mulberry 
Burke Mrs. Catherine, 53 e Monument 
Burke Charles, stone cutter, 72 Preston 
Burke Dominic, patternmaker, 526 w Lombard 
Burke Edward, laborer, 40 Lee 
Burke Eliza J. 159 Linden av 
Burke Mrs. Eliza, seamstress, over 54 Centre 

Market space 
Burke Mrs. Eliza, 244 w Fayette 
Burke Mrs. Elizabeth, laundress, 178 Hughes 
Burke Francis, blacksmith, 180 Columbia 
Burke Geo. B. clerk Savings Bank of Balti- 
more, 82 n Carey 
Burke George, hostler, 9 n Frederick 
Burke George H. laborer, 113 Hill 
Burke George T. clerk. Brown's hotel 
Burke & Harrison, (J. F. B., J. W. Harrison,) 

bricklayers, 636 w Baltimore 
Burke Henry, beer, 72 Conway 
Burke Henry, paper hanger, 1 Williamson al 



Agents for Rosendale Cement and Plaster, 21 Spear's Wharf. 
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Burke James, laborer, 29 Wagon al 
Burke James, laborer, Patuxent nr Elliott 
Burke Jacob, 40 St. Mary 
Burke Jacob W. cigarmaker, 104 Preston 
Burke John, laborer, 126 s Washington 
Burke John, patternmaker, 84 Block 
Burke John H. 11. feed, 580 w Pratt 
Burke John 0. patternmaker, 526 w Lombard 
Burke Joseph F. (B. & Harrison, ) 636 w Balti- 
more 
Burke John, grocery, 1 Hull 
Burke John 0. patternmaker, 526 w Lombard 
Burke Mrs. Martha, 529 w Baltimore 
Burke Mrs. JIary, dressmaker, 297 Aisquith 
Burke Michael, porter, 354 Mulberry 
Burke Michael, laborer, 7 Dover ext 
Burke Michael, laborer, 55 Uaubert 
Burke Michael, grocery, 74 York 
Burke Nichs. stone cutler, 256 Greenmountav 
Burke Oliver, constable and collector, 47 n 

Eutaw, dw 49 St. Mary 
Burke Owen, laborer, 7 Jenkins al 
Burke Patrick, laborer, cor Hull and Fort av 
Burke Patrick, barkeeper, 167 L. Greene 
Burke Mrs. P. A. upholsteress, 94 n Howard 
Burke Patrick J. laborer, 74 Portland 
Burke Rich, laborer and grocery, 13 n Amity 
Burke Richard, tinner, 14 Union al 
Burke Richard, tinner, 14 Holland 
Burke Robert, laborer, 97 Elliott 
Burke Sarah, 127 n Eden 
Burke-St. (M. E.) Chapel, Burke nr Canton av 
Burke Stephen, laborer, 2 Fall 
Burke Thomas, mariner, 178 L. Hughes 
Burke Thomas, painter, 520 w Baltimore, dw 

2G6 Mulberry 
Burke Thomas, police, 44 Penn 
Burke Thomas, bricklayer, 13 Orbit al 
Burke Thos. E. restaurant, 25 w Second 
Burke Walter L. police, 159 Linden av 
Burke Wm. mariner, 67 Albemarle 
Burke Wm. engineer, McHenry w of Fulton 
Burke Wm. boilermaker, 30 s Poppleton 
Burke Wm. pattermaker, 791 w Baltimore 
Burke Wm. B. machinist, 262 Greenm't av 
Burke Wm. B. oyster packer, 7 Mercer, dw 

Chappell nr Penna. av 
Burke Wm. J. laborer, 94 Block 
Burke Wm. R. officer Md. Penitentiary, 256 

Greenmount av 
Burke Mrs. Winifred, 11 Albemarle 
Burkemp Herman, 319 s Bond 
Burkerd Joseph L, carpenter, 395 s Charles 
Burkert Charles, tailor, 216 n Eden 
Burkett Kate, tailoress. Baker's ct nr Knox al 
Burkett Frederick, hostler, 126 McHenry 
Burkey Mrs. Belle, dressmaker, 52 n Greene 
Burkey Wm. machinist, 52 n Greene 
Burkhard Alfred, (Brown & B.) 52 Druid 

Hill av 
Burkhard John, laborer, 55 s Chappell 
Burkhard Joseph, harness maker, 27 s Regester 
Bjrkhardt Frederick, fireman, 18 s Republican 
Burkhardt Frederick, driver, 80 Somerset 
Burkhardt George, laborer, 11 Port 
Burkhardt Jacob, 80 Somerset 
Burkhart Wm. lager beer, 168 n Central av 
Buikheimer Balthazar, baker, 4 n High 
Burkina Mrs. Elizab. tobacconist, 220 Hollins 
Burkina Wm. police, 220 Hollins 
Burkley Geo. cooper, 49 Bank 
Burkman Charles U. carpenter, 34 Haubert 



Burley Henry W. shoemaker, 180 n Caroline 
Burley Isabella, milliner, 27 Stirling 
Burley Matilda, millinery, 27 Stirling 
Burman August,butcher, Chester nr Hampstead 
Burman Ernest H. confectioner, 87 n Fremont 
Burman George L painter, 56 s Republican 
Burman Jeremiah, printer, 56 s Republican 
Burman Mrs. Sophia, 241 s Sharp 
Burmeister Frederick, restaurant, 114 Thames 
Burmingham Wm. C. oyster measurer, 77^ 

Eastern av 
Burn Mrs. Agnes, 33 n Dallas 
Burn Ellen A. tailoress, 231 e Chase 
Burn Hannah E. tailoress, 231 e Chase 
Burn James, laborer, 125 s Castle 
Burn Mrs. M. 263 Forrest 
Burn 0. P. clerk, 177 e Fayette 
Burn Robert, jr., shipcarpenter, 226 Bank 
Burn Wm. shipcarpenter, 226 Bank 
Burnap Mrs. Geo. W. 45 n Calvert 
Burnap Wm. G. brassfinisher, 1 Harnden ct 
Burne Joseph, wagoner, 87 s Spring 
Burnell Ely, clerk, 77 Camden 
Burnes Charles H. laborer, 98 Stiles 
Burnes Patrick, laborer, 25 Brown 
Burnes Wm. E. bricklayer, 244 Conway 
B u rneston Isaac B . bookkeeper, 2 7 5 w Baltimore 
Burneston Joseph, carpenter, 76 Granby 
Burneston Wm. carpenter, 76 Granby 
Burnett Chas S. (Bell & B.) Lexington near 

Fremont 
Burnett Elijah, (of the Bryant, Stratton & Sad- 
ler college,) 105 Lexington 
Burnett George G. timekeeper, B, «Sc 0. R. R. 

552 Saratoga 
Burnett George H. carpenter, 30 Gough 
Burnett Geo. R. clerk, 212 w Fayette" 
Burnett Geo. R. clerk, s w cor Pratt and Greene 
Burnett Henry H. agt. Duryea's Starch, 58 

Exchange pi., dw 45 Lexington 
Burnett Jane, confectioner, 188 e Baltimore 
Burnett Joseph P. police, 202 Aisquith 
Burnett M. D. police, 85 n Central av 
Burnett Nelson P. carpenter, 13 Townsend 
Burnett 0. P. (Phillips, Sears & Co.) 164 s 

Charles 
Burnett Samuel, lumber, s w cor Pratt and 

Greene, dw. Anne Arundel co 
Burnett Samuel R. clerk, 27 Conway 
Burnett Mrs. Sarah J. seamstress, 57 Granby 
Burnett Sprague, clerk, 202 Aisquith 
Burnett Washington, clerk, 40 s Regester 
Burnett Wm. A. 54 n Eden 
Burnett Wm. watchman, 54 n Eden 
Burnham Charles, stonecutter, 39 Chew 
Burnham. Emory J. clerk, 233 Lexington 
Burnham Capt. Enoch, mariner, 356 e Balt'e 
Burnham Jesse, blacksmith, 16 Chafsworth 
Burnham John, plasterer, Mosher nr Penna. av 
Burnham John, blacksmith, 48 n Paca, dw 16 

Chatsworth 
Burnham John F. 191 n Eden 
Burnham John T. blacksmith, 16 Chatsworth 
Burnham Joshua, blacksmith, 16 Chatsworth 
Burnham Mrs. Mary E. 163 n Paca 
Burnham Samuci, painter, 49 n Eden 
Burnham Wm. stonemason, 28 n Amity 
Burnham Wm. J. blacksmith, 16 Chatsworth 
Burnham Mrs. Mary E. 163 n Paca 
Burns Andrew, carter, 190 s Central av 
Burns Mrs. Ann, grocery, 9 Guilford al 
Burns Mrs. Ann, 1 Columbia 



The GROVER & BAKER 'SEWING MACHINE is the 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 



Burns Bartley, grocery, 39 Biddle al 
Burns Bernard, express man, 51 e Monument 
Burns Clara, 32 n Oregon 
Burns Daniel, laborer, rear of 58 s Schroeder 
Burns David, stonemason, 947 w Baltimore 
Burns Denpis, laborer. 51 e Monument 
Burns Dennis, driver, 96 Front n of Foundry 
Burns Edward, finisher, 27 Armistead la 
Burns Edward, printer, 53 e Fayette 
Burns Edward, bats and caps, 40 and 42 Cen- 
tre Market space 
Burns Edward, (Creney & B.) 38 Orleans 
Burns Edward, painter, 101 n Schroeder 
Burns Edward, clerk, 211 s Charles 
Burns Edward, carpenter, 16 Townsend 
Burns Mrs. Eliza, seamstress, 25 Brown 
Burns Mrs. Eliza L. 66 n Poppleton 
Burns Mrs. Eliza, grocery, 18 Morris al 
Burns Findley H. {Wilson, B. & Co.) 168 w 

Fayette 
Burn's Francis, jr., (Wilson, B. & Co.) 168 w 

Fayette 
Burns Francis, sr., 168 w Fayette 
Burns George, clerk, 130 s Eden 
Burns George W. machinist, 90 s Fremont 
BURNS GEORGE W. boots and shoes, whole- 
sale, 338 w Baltimore, dw 168 w Fayette 
Burns Henry, cooper, 26 President 
Burns Henry, laborer, 11 Buren 
Burns Henr^ police, 117 Harford av 
Burns Horace V. clerk, 30 s Carey 
Burns James, clerk, 168 Hughes 
Burns James, laborer, over 19 Bank 
Burns James, laborer, 31 s Stockton al 
Burns James, laborer, 4 Winan'a row 
Burns James, oyster packer, 352 n Gay 
Burns James, ship carpenter, 17 Cambridge 
Burns James H. 1 Hughes near Light 
Burns Jane, 32 Union 
Burns John, machinist, lie Monument 
Burns John T. 135 Orleans 
Burns John, hackman, 85 North 
Hums John, (B. ^ Weigley, ) 206 s Charles 
Burns John J. mariner, 88 Granby 
Burns Joseph, laborer, 6 Decker 
Burns Mrs. Julia, restaurant, s e cor HoUiday 

and Baltimore, dw 648 w Lombard 
Burns Lackey, laborer, 64 Durst al 
Burns Lewis H. blacksmith, s w cor Stiles and 

L. Gough 
Burns Luke, laborer, 529 e Fayette 
Burns Sirs. Margaret A. 36 Cross 
Burns Mrs. Mary A. 473 Franklin 
Burns Mrs. Mary A. 31 Albemarle 
Burns Mary A. 163 Lee 
Burns Alartin E moulder, 1 Webb 
Burns Mary E. 302 Aisquith 
Burns Michael, laborer, 159 West 
Burns Michael, painter, 146 n Howard 
Burns Michael, laborer, 61 Hillen 
Burns Michael, laborer, 658 w Pratt 
Burns, Michael, laborer, 348 William 



Burns Miles, laborer, 79 Union 

Burns Patrick, laborer, 223 Battery av 

Burns Patrick, laborer, 37 Stockton al 

Burns Patrick, carter, 2 L. Church 

Burns Paul 0. clerk, 20 s Charles 

Burns Pet,er, drayman, 19 Townsend 

Burns Robert, stonemason, 947 w Baltimore 

Burns Robert, blacksmith, 31 Scott 

Burns Robert A. saddle and harnessmaker, 

rear Eutaw house, dw 564 Lexington 
Burns Mrs. Ricker, 228 s Caroline 
Burns Mrs. R. K. 30 s Carej^ 
Burns Samuel S. carpenter, 44 James la 
Burns, Russell & Co. ( Wm. F. B., A. H. Rus- 
sell,) brick manufs. 30 Columbia 
Burns Samuel, (B. & Sloan,) 133 St. Paul 
BURNS & SLOAN, (Samuel B., G. F. Sloan, 

jr.,) lumber merchants, 132 Light-st. whf 
Burns Thomas, blacksmith, 24 Jew al 
Burns Thomas, hostler, 10 Davis 
Burns Thomas, shipcarpenter, 4 Gould's ct 
Burns Thomas, police, 130 s Central av 
Burns & Weigley, (John B., 0. C. Weigley,) 

morning star bitters, 100 s Charles 
Burns Wra.F.(B.,Russell&Co.)318Madisonav 
Burns Wm. laborer, 117 n Central av 
Burns Wm. brickmaker, 228 s Caroline 
Burns Wm. drayman, 88 Towson 
Burns Wm. E. bricklayer, 244 Conway 
Burns Wm. carpenter, 43 Gittings 
BurnsideGeo. W. conductor C.P.R, 200 e Pratt 
Burnside James, jr., 200 e Pratt 
Buro Conrad, rags, 107 Orleans 
Burrier Christopher, tinner, 174 e Madison 
Burrier Christoi)her, tinner, 247 n Eden 
Burrier John, bricklayer, 171 Orleans 
Burrier Raymond, bricklayer, 247 n Fden 
Burris James H. tiuner, 149 Gough 
Burris John, tavern, 7 Centre Market space 
BURROUGH BROS. (J., E. E. & H. Bur- 
rough,) wholesale druggists, 54 and56 Light 
Burrough E. E. (B. Bros.) 378 w Lombard 
Burrough PI. (B. Bros.) 19 Hollins 
Burrough Jacob (B. Bros.) lime, office 54 and 
56 Light, dw s w cor Madison and McMechin 
Burrough Capt. James H. M. 202 e Eager 
Burrough Susan, 18 New Church 
Burrow Charles, laborer, 13 Abbot 
Burrow Frederick M. (Whitaker,Jarrett &Co ) 

n w cor Gilmor and Holhns 
Burrows Asa A. clerk, 137 Conway 
Burrows Mrs. Anna, dressmaker, 137 Conway 
Burruss Henry L. paper carrier,480 w Lombard 
Burruss John L. cardriver, 480 w Lombard 
Burt Alfred P. sec"y Laurel Cannel Coal and 
Oil Co. u e cor South and Second, dw 82 e 
Baltimore 
Burt Frederick, stonemason, 70 Union 
Burt Thomas, bookkeeper, 59 Columbia 
Burten Mrs. Mary F. dressmaker, 189 Preston 
Burto Reno, shoemaker, 241 s Eutaw 
Burton Charlotte, saleswoman, Chatsworth 
Burton Edwin S. dentist, 12 Laurel 
Burton Ellen, tailoress, 46 e Eager 
Hurton Geo.W.(B. k Irving) 168 w Baltimore 
Burton George W. conductor, 889 w Baltimore 
Burton Isaac, machinist, 889 w Baltimore 
BURTON & IRVING, (Geo. W. B., Thos. J. 
Irving)gents' 'furn'g goods, 168 w Baltimore 
Burton James, farmer, 270 Franklin 
Burton James, laborer, 163 Stirling 
Burton John B. clerk, 24 Pleasant 



Best for all purposes. Sales Room, 181 Baltimore-st. See Advt. p.4. 



Loughridge's MECHANICAL DIRECTORY, 

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Howard 



A., Dentist, 17 n 



Burton Robert C. clerk, 24 Pleasant 
Burton Robert, collector, 290 Mulberry 
Burton Robert, clerk, 225 e Baltimore 
Burton Robert F. clerk, 245 e Baltimore 
Burton Mrs. Susanna H. 238 w Fayette 
Burton Thos. C steam dyer, 121 Lexington 
Burton Thos. R. mariner, .S05 e Pratt 
Burton Thomas, paints-, 326 e Monument 
Burton Wm. M. dyer, 88 Pearl 
Burton Wm. H. actor, 87 Pearl 
Burwell Mary C. S. dressmaker, 115 Columbia 
Burwell Robt. S. insur'ce afrent, 118 St. Paul 
Burwell Wm.A.(D.Wade & Co.) Eutaw house 
Burx Kuhn, bakery, 63 Ensor 
Busby Robt. bakery, 125 e Baltimore 
Busoh Bernard, frrocery, liquor,flour and feed, 

406 Harford av 
Busch Bernard, cabinetmaker, 39 e Monument 
Busch Geo. W., Ferry Bar house, dw 494 Light 
Busch George, sawyer, 272 s Bond 
Busch Henry, laborer, 296 .Johnson 
Busch Herman, hardware, 316 s Bond 
Busch Lawrence, jeweler, 279 n Gay 
Busch Wm. cooper, 226 s Dallas 
Busch Wm. H. engineer, 2o3 Montgomery 
Buschaud Wm. boxmaker, 581 w Pratt 
Buschman Benj. P. clerk, 220 Lexington 

'' ^ FASHIONABLE ; 

IfJERGHANT JAILOR, 

220 LEXINGTON-ST., near Greene, 
BALTIMOKK. 



Buschman Francis, mer. tailor, 9 n Liberty 
Huschnian Frederick, painter, 59 s Eden 
]>uschman Fred'k, sugar refiner, 136 William 
Buschman Henry, mer. tailor, 301 w Pratt 
Buschman Henry, cigarmaker, 35 n Paca 
Buschinan Hermann, mer. tailor, 137 Lexington 
Buschmann E. & Co. (Ernst B., Wm. Heise) 

steam sawing and planing mills, cor Caroline 

and Canton av 
Buschmann Ernst,(E. B. & Co.) 27 s Caroline 
Buschmann Victor, engineer, 209 Eastern av 
Buschmann Victor H. tailors' trimmings, cf-c. 

2 Hanover, dw 239 w Fayette 
Baser Joseph, shoemaker, 494 w Lombard 
Busey James R.brickmakerand Com'ropening 

streets, 778 w Baltimore 
BUSEY & McCURLEY, (W. M. B., I. McCur- 

ley^ attorneys, 71 w Fayette 
Busey Sarah N. 84 n Greene 
Bu.sev Thos. II. 84 n (ireene 
B.iijcy Wm. M. (B. ^-McCurley) 84 n Greene 
Bu.sh Abraham, huckster, 440 Light 
Bush Abraham, sr. 468 Light 
Mush Albert H. sailniaker, 268 e Lombard 
Bush Chas. tailor, 227 i'eirce 
Bush Geo. L. cigarmaker, 92 Jjeadenhall 
Bush Geo. II. J. cardriver, 208 e Lomijard 
Bush George, roi)emaker, 235 n Central av 
Bush George W. bricklayer, 382 Aisquilh 
Bush Henry, sr. laborer, 212 vStirling 



Bush Henry, jr. carter, 212 Stirling 

Bush John F. cigarmaker, 47 Warren 

Bush John, cigarmaker, 49Biddle al 

Bush John, cigarmaker, 6 Somerset 

Bush John, tinner, 28 Somerset 

Bush Peter, laborer, 393 s Eutaw 

Bush Peter, agent, 26 Conway 

Bush Philip, milk, 538 Saratoga 

Bush Stephen C. (W. H. Thomas & Co.) 330 

Saratoga 
Bush Wm. cooper, rear 321 s Bond 
Bush Wm. 266 s Bond 
Bush Wm. laborer, 78 Towson 
Bushey Frank, (E. Roelkey & Co.) 42s Eutaw 
Bushey T. F. (Roelkey, Knodle & B.) Miller's 

hotel 
Bushgardt Henry, laborer, 28 s Schroeder 
Bushamer John, laborer, 28 e Lombard 
Bushman John, carpenter, 78 George 
Busick Daniel, shoemaker, 370 n Gay 
BusickGeo. W. painter, 10 Thomsen 
Busick James H. police, 217 n Eden 
Busick Joshua W. hatter, 370 n Gay 
Busick Levin, bootfitter, 159 n Central av 
Busk C. (Smith & B.) 21 n Broadway 
BUSK J. A. & Co. (J. A. & J. S. B.) flour 

and grain com. merchants, 7 Patterson 
Busk J. A. (J. A. B. & Co.) 39 n Carey 
Busk J. S. (J. A. B. & Co.) 39 n Carey 
Busk Mrs. Thos. M. 21 n Broadway 
Buskey Ann, 108 Thames 
Busky John, cardriver, 74 Bank 
Bussa Bernard, boilermaker, 195 East 
Bussard Marshall L. engineer. 10 Lemmon 
Busse Chas. musician, 244 e Eager 
Busse John V. butter, 234 s Broadway 
Bussman Anna, 240 s Charles 
Bussman Geo. J. shoemaker, over 74 Harrison 
Butcher Alexander, 15 Hollins 
Butcher Benj. F. carpenter, 132 I^arl 
Butcher Mrs Catherine, 109 Gough 
Butcher Catherine, 187 s Chapel 
Butcher Wm. shoemaker, 900 w Pratt 
Butchers' Hide and Tallow Ass'n, No. 1, Buren 

nr Monument 
Butchers' Hide and Tallow Ass'n, No. 3, Buren 

nr Monument 
Butler Abraham, machinist, 792 w Baltimore 
Butler Albert, teamster, 42 e Eager 

Butler , laborer, 74 Towson 

Butler Bros. (Sam'l & Jos. S. Butler,) pho- 
tographers, n w cor Charles and Fayette 
Butler Catherine, Dallas nr Aliceanna 
Butler Mrs. Courtney A. 536 Lexington 
Butler Elijah, merc't tailor, 53 Hanover 
Butler Fred'k, canmaker, 14 s Chapel 
Butler Geo. T. carpenter, Point la, nr Green- 
mount cemetery 
Butler CJertrude, tailoress, 351 e Eager 
Butler Hannah, tailoress, 523 Canton av 
Butler James, carpenter, 100 Columbia 
Butler James, grocer, 154 n Front, dw 150 
Butler Dr. James H. 144 Mulberry 
Butler John, laborer, 2 Fall 
Budcr Jno. J.(Harryman k Co. )54 Spring row 
Butler John, grocery, 67 Chew 
Butler Jno., jr., bookkeeper, Gen. Wayne hotel 
Butler John, laborer, 29 Lemmon 
Butler John, cooper, 130 ("ross 
Butler John, jjorter, 173 s Eden 
Butler John, drayman, 63 s Caroline 
Butler John W. (B. & Perrigo) 56 Conway 



SMITH EROS. & CO., Tailors and Clothiers, Men and Boys' 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain Seeds, &c. 

AOKNTS FOR- 

RoseuJale Cement and Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Butler Joseph, laborer, 181 s Regester 
Butler Joseph S. (B. Bros.) 79 St. Paul 
Butler Louis, laborer, 198 Aliceanna 
Butler Mrs. Margaret, 47 n Poppleton 
Butler Martin, carter, 50 Orleans 
Butler Martin, laborer, 60 Philpot 
Butler Martin, porter, 63 s Caroline 
Butler Mrs. Mary, U. States hotel 
Butler Mrs. Mary, 150 n Front 
Butler Mary A. milliner, 4 s Poppleton 
Butler Michael, clerk, 63 s Caroline 
Butler Michael, laborer, 87 s Castle 
Butler Michael, porter, 198 Aliceanna 
Butler Michael, laborer, 21 Shakspear 
Butler 0. M. att'y, 38 St. Paul, dw 6 Barnet 
Butler Ormand, engineer, 476 w Lombard 
Butler Patrick, drayman, 63 s Caroline 
Butler Patrick J. porter, 125 William 
Butler Peter, hostler^ 9 Neighbor 



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Butler, J. L. Perrigo,) Looking 
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Works of Art generally. Gallery 
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Butler Richard, 94 Camden 
Butler Richard, engineer, 52 s Poppleton 
Butler Samuel, (B. Bros.) 79 St. Paul 
Butler Capt. Sprague J. 64 Aisquith 
Butler Stephen, machinist, 964 w Baltimore 
Butler Thomas N. engraver, 46 n Holliday 
Butler Thomas, boot and shoemaker, s e cor 

Penna. av and Townsend 
Butler Thos. C. s w cor Cathedral and Howard 
Butler Thomas, bricklayer, 206 Mulberry _ 
Butler Thos. E. printer, Gen'l Wayne hotel 
Butler Thos. N. britannia ware manufacturer, 

46 s Republican 
Butler Thomas, carpenter, 105 Hanover 
Butler Mrs. Winefred, 125 William 
Butler Wm. A. clerk, 476 w Lombard 
Butler Wm. carpenter, 889 w Baltimore 
Butler Wm. laborer, over 240 w Pratt 
Butler Wm. T. iron moulder, 161 William 
Butschky Henry, tavern. Boston nr Binney 
Butt .Mrs. Henry, 241 Mulberry 
Butt Jno. H. clothing cutter, 60 Jackson sq av 
Butt Mrs. Maria, 241 Mulberry 
Butt Sam'l, plasterer, 82 Druid Hill av 
Butterhoff Peter, laborer, 84 Somerset 
Buttermeyer Henry, baker, 109 Lancaster 
Butterweg Anton, wheelwright, 17 Callendaral 
Butterworth Anton, wheelw'ht, 17 Caroline al 
Buttiger Fred'k, laborer, 10 Fell 
Buttner Johanna, confectionery, 258 s Eutaw 



Buttner Leonard, shoemaker, 248 s Ann 
Buttner Jno. A. baker, s e cor Fayette and Wolfe 
Button Jacob R. laborer, 227 e Lombard 
Butts Wm. lab'r, se cor Peuna. av and Wilson 
Butz Andrew, cooper, 35 Elizabeth la 
Butz George, peddler, Chappell nr Liberty rd 
Butzler Chas. clerk, 67 Chew 
Buvinger & Bertrand, (G. B., J. J. Bertrand, 

jr.) tinners, over 12 Bank la 
Buvinger George, (B. & Bertrand,) 158 n Pine 
Buxbaum Benj. S. clerk, 63 n Eden 
Buxbaum Jacob,umbrel!amak.730w Baltimore 
BUZBY DAVID T. & CO. (D. T. & J. F. 

Buzby,) gen'l com. merch's, 6 Exchange pi 
Buzby "David T. (D. T. B. & Co.) sw cor 

Eager and St. Paul 
Buzbv James, laborer, 107 Elliott 
Buzby J. Frank,(D.T.B. & Co. )189 w Fayette 
Buzby John M. coppersmith, 120 Orleans 
Buzby Wm. N. expressman, 51 Milliman 
Byce Abraham, shoemaker, 813 w Baltimore 
Byer Adam, cigar maker, 47 n Dallas 
Bver Daniel, brickraaker, 385 Light 
Byer Ernest, brickmaker, 385 Light 
Byer John, carpenter, 166 Raborg 
Byer Lewis, brickmaker, 385 Light 
Byer Martin, butcher, 25 Abbot 
Byer Mrs. Mary, 156 Raborg 
Byerly Wm. C. canmaker, 28 n Oregon 
Byers Jas. F. salesman, cor Conway and Sharp 
Bvnon Wm. smelter, cor Clinton and Boston 
Bvrd Mrs. E. R. 246 n Eutaw 
BYRD Dft. HARVEY L., prof, obstetrics in 

Washington University, 42 McCulloh 
Byrd James S. carpenter, 51 n Schroeder 
Byrd Oden, (Byrd & Robinson,) 133 s Sharp 
Byrd & Robinson, (0. B., J. S. Robinson, ) 

house carpenters, 8 Barre 
Byrn Wra., jr., clerk, 76 n Front 
Byrn Wm. clerk, 76 n Front 
Byrn Wm. T. (Shaw & Byrn,) 20 Warren 
Byrne Andrew, wagoner, 81 Jackson sq av 
Byrne Andrew, laborer, 157 Hughes 
Byrne Andrew J. carpenter, 34 n Frederick 
Byrne Annie L. dressmaker, 212 Saratoga 
Byrne Bernard, laborer, 8 w Centre 
Byrne Bridget, variety store, 384 w Eager 
Byrne C. Lee, bookkeeper, 63 s Washington 
Byrne Mrs. Caroline M. 103 Druid Hill av 
Byrne Daniel, carpenter? 247 n Gay 
Byrne Dennis, laborer, 99 Granby 
Byrne Henry, police, 117 Harford av 
Byrne Henry F., 63 s Washington 
Byrne Hugh, tavern, 70 President 
Byrne James J. clerk, 247 n Gay 
Byrne James M. cabinetmaker, 63 n Front 
Byrne James P. cabinetmaker. 63 n Front 
Byrne James P. clerk, 100 w Centre 
Byrne Johanna M. laundry, over 2 Wine al, 

dw 70 President 
Byrne John B. (Willson & B.) 49 George 
Byrne Jos. F. A. undertaker, 59 n Liberty, dw 

"63 n Front 
Byrne Joseph, wagoner, 87 s Spring 
Byrne Joseph, shoemaker, 12 Mercer 
Byrne Lawrence, clerk, 8 Neighbor 
Byrne Mrs. Mary, grocery, 34 n Frederick 
Byrne Mrs. Mary, trimmings, 247 n Gay 
Byrne Michael, police, 407 w Pratt 
Byrne Michael, fireman, 648 w Pratt 
Byrne Owen, 120 s Wolfe 
Byrne Patrick, cooper, 301 s Bond 



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Byrne Patrick, laborer, 105 s Paca 
Byrne Patrick, iron moulder, 117 Harford av 
Byrne Richard Y. perfumer, 35 Greenmountav 
BWne Prof. Robert F., Lovola College 
bVRNE ROBERT P. tobacconist, 113 Frank- 
lin, dw 103 Druid Hill av 
Byrne Saml. E. bookkeeper, 103 Druid Hill av 
Byrne Terrence, carpenter, 598 Light 
Byrne Thomas F. carpenter, 373 Lexington 
Byrne Thos. F. jr. telegraphist, 373 Lexington 
Byrne Thomas, laborer, 173 s Durham 
Byrne Thomas, laborer, 12 Mercer 
Byrne Thomas V. bookkeeper, 247 n Gay 
Byrne "Walter, peddler, 13 s Washington 
Byrne Wm, salesman, 76 n Front 
Byrne Wm. H. bookkeeper 189 Aisquith 
Byrne Wm., Caroline nr Cnase 
Byrne Wm. H. builder. 10 Cowpen al, dws w 

cor Druid Hill av and JIcMechin 
Byrne Wm. H. salesman, 54 s Sharp 
Byrnes James, laborer, Donnelly ct 
Byrnes John, drayman, 263 Forrest 
Byrnes John, clerk, 53 Lee 
Byrnes Joseph, gilder and picture frame maker, 

75 n Calvert, d\v 353 e Eager 
Byrnes Mrs. JLarj', 53 Lee 
Byrnes Thomas J. collar maker, 1 Columbia 
Byrnes Thomas, moulder, 53 Lee 
Byrnes Wm. T. coachmaker, 479 Franklin 
Byrns Patrick, drayman, 34 St. Mary 
Byrot George, shoemaker, 173 King 
By us Hamilton, teacher, 170 s Charles 
Byus John W. engineer, 110 Battery av 
By us John W. engineer, 159 Hughes 
Byus Joseph E. bookkeeper, 108 Hanover 
Byus Jos. H., 123 s Sharp 
Byus Mrs. Valeria, 105 Columbia 

c. 

Cabbule Annie M. dressmaker, 250 sBond 

Cable George S. plasterer, 209 e Madison 

Cabrie Emil, cook, 19G Henrietta 

Cachot Mrs. Mary, chair caner, 197 e Madison 

Cadden John, laborer, 17 Cannon 

Cadden Michael, laborer, 33 Haubert 

Cade Capt. Nelson, mariner, 144 s Ann 

Cadel Mrs. Elizabeth, 263 s Ann 

Cadel Richard J. laborer, 263 s Ann 

Cadell Charles B. butcher. Point la nr Aisquith 

Cadell James H. huckster, 191 Hollins 

Cadell Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 6 McHenry 

Cadell Saml H. watchman, 163 Gough 

Cademore Mrs. Louisa, tailoress, 171s Ann 

Cadez John, coachmaker, 8 Comet 

Cadogan Matthew, cabinetm'r, 66 s Republican 

Cadow & Hook, (Jas. E. C, E. F. Hook, jr.) 

groceries and produce, 22 Penna. av. 
Cadow James E. (C.& Hook,) 348 w Fayette 
Cadwallader Abel G.harnessink'r, 140McHenry 
Cadwallader, Harrison C. horses and carts, 309 

Mulberry 
Cadwallader, Louisa, 26 s Regester 
Cadwallader L. W. police, 186 Penna. av 
Cadwallader, L. W. serg't police, 14 Brune 
Cadwell Henrv A. clockmaker, 174 Pearl 
Cady G. N. (G. N. C. & Co.) 307 e Eager 
Cady G. N. & Co. ( G. N. C, D. S. Reals, ) gro- 
cery and provisions, 31 e Fayette 
Cafl'erty Thomas, cordvvainer, 95 ii Central av 
Catl'rey Patrick, engineer, 57 Portland 
Cafray Wm. hostler, 17 Neighbor 



Cahill Andrew, laborer, 558 w Lombard 

Cahill John, (J. Clark & Co.) 118 n Broadway 

Cahill John, laborer, 10 Hill 

Cahill Martin, engineer, 170 McHenry 

Cahill Patrick, stonecutter, 332 n Howard 

Cahill Patrick, lumb. inspector, 105 Cathedral 

Cahill Patrick, hostler, 83 Hargrove al 

Cahill Pearce, liquors, 6 Cuba 

Cahill Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, 72 Lee 

Cahill Timothy, laborer, 6 Cuba 

Cahill Timothy, of receiving ship, dw 103 s 

Washington 
Cahn B. & Co. (Bern. C, E. N. Belt,) wholes. 

liquor dealers, 32 w Lombard 
Cahn Bernard, (B. C. & Co.) 102 n Eutaw 
Cain Mrs. Annie, 274 Canton av 
Cain Dennis, laborer, 5 w Centre 
Cain Ellen, grocery, 53 William 
Cain George W. cigarmaker, 78 Boyd 
Cain Henry, laborer, Republican nr Franklin 
Cain James T. confectioner, 65 Orleans 
Cain John, laborer, 147 Albemarle 
Cain John, sr. carter, 32 St. Peter 
Cain John, jr. carter, 32 St, Peter 
Cain John, jr. bricklayer, 53 William 
Cain John, laborer, 53 William 
Cain John, barkeeper, 184 Hughes 
Cain John W. carter, 44 Eislein 
Cain Joseph J. carpenter, 144 Division 
Cain Michael, laborer, 5 w Centre 
Cain Mrs. Sarah, 79 Walsh 
Cain Thomas, fisherman, 53 William 
Cain Thomas, laborer, 5 w Centre 
Cain Wm. F. painter, 34 St. Peter 
Cain W^m. H. carter, 78 Boyd 
Cairncross Mrs. Amanda, seamst's, 346 s Sharp 
Cairns Edward, laborer, 18 s Front 
Cairns James, (Ellis & C ) 14 s Gay 
Cairns R. Thos., weigher C. H., 136 n Exeter 
Calder Robt. A. letter carrier, 97 s Washington 
Calder Wm. watchman C.H., 119 s Washington 
Caldwell Alonzo,(A.C. &Co.)909 w Baltimore 
Caldwell Amelia, seamstress, 115 n Paca 
Caldwell A. & Co. (A. Caldwell,) pharmaceu- 
tist, n e cor Baltimore and Calhoun 
Caldwell Andrew P. bookkeeper, 188 n Exeter 
Caldwell Charles E. brakesman, 22 Warner 
Caldwell Mrs. Cora A. 305 n Eden 
Caldwell Daniel, dyer, 54 Front n of Foundry 
Caldwell Edwin, clerk, 18 Lanvale 
Caldwell Elijah, milkman, 35 Druid Hill av 
Caldwell Eliza, milliner, 115 n Paca 
Caldwell Ella, 16 n Eutaw 
Caldwell George, laborer, 257 Forrest 
Caldwell Jackson, bonnet framem'r, 243 n Gay 
Caldwell James A. 115 n Paca 
Caldwell James R. mariner, 3 w Baltimore 
Caldwell James S. bookkeeper, 158 w Lombard 
Caldwell John C. blockmaker, 157 e Pratt 
Caldwell John A. clerk, 151 Park 
Caldwell John C. jr. 157 e Pratt 
Caldwell John P. salesman, 76 n Howard 
Caldwell Samuel E. cigarmaker, 115 n Paca 
Caldwell Wm. M. (Baily, C. & Co.) 192 Mul- 

bery 
Caldwell Wm. M. clerk, 157 e Pratt 
Caldwell Wm. 130 n Front 
Caldwell Wm. P. 55 Lexington 
Caldwell Wm. Q. jr. (J. F. Reinicker & Co.) 
and architect, 8.") w Fayette, dw 305 n Eden 
Calhoun Elizabeth, 149 s Washington 
Calk James, laborer, 43 Warren 



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Callahan Arthur, shoemaker, 68 e Fayette 
Callahaa Mrs. Anne, laundress, 189 Dover 
Callahan Bernard, barkeeper, n e cor Baltimore 

and Holliday 
Callahan Mrs. Bridget, nurse, 169 Greenm'tav 
Callahan Daniel, huckster, 77 n Spring 
Callahan Dennis, restaurant, 11 Centre Market 

space 
Callahan Edward, laborer, 14 Comet 
Callahan Henry, mariner, 56 Thames 
Callahan James, grocery, 51 Tyson 
Callahan John, laborer, 52 O'Donnell 
Callahan John, horseshoer, 61 Mulberry 
Callahan John T. sailor, 141 Hamburg 
Callahan Martin, laborer, 53 Wagon al 
Callahan Mrs. Maria, 129 s Exeter 
Callahan Michael, laborer, 149 Aliceanna 
Callahan Michael, laborer, 15 Temple 
Callahan Patrick, gasfitter and plumber, 75 n 

Calvert, dw Baltimore co 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, 18 s Front 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, 19 Concord 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, 216 Raborg 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, rear 164 n Front 
Callahan Timothy, (T. C. & Co.) 73 Albemarle 
Callahan T. & Co. (T. C, Martin Quinn,) oys- 
ter packers, foot of Mill 
Callan Andrew, laborer, 20 Rose 
Callan Mrs. Ann, 203 s Chester 
Callan Catherine, grocery, 74 Lewis 
Callan Francis. 175 s Chester 
Callan Francis, jr. laborer, 175 s Chester 
Callan Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 43 8 Wolfe 
Callan Owen, clerk, 12 Foundry 
Callan Peter, charcoal, Clinton, Canton, dw 

175 s Chester 
Callan Thomas, laborer, 63 York 
Callan Thomas, laborer, 74 Lewis 
Callan Thomas, laborer, 114 Harford av 
Callanan Richard, ship carver, over 17 Philpot, 

dw 72 Block 
Callanan Thomas, laborer, 63 York 
Callaway Rev. Chas. M., Arlington pi 
Callaway Chas. L. salesman, 171 w Fayette 
Callaway George, huckster, 177 Conway 
Callaway George F. huckster, 177 Conway 
Callaway Wm. H. puddler, 135 Hudson 
Callen Mrs. Catherine, dressmk'r, 16 Neighbor 
Callenberger Philip, laborer, 517 Canton av 
Callenberger Wm. puddler, 100 Hudson 
Callender George, plasterer, 102 Aisquith 
Callender Henry, huckster, 8 Williamson al 
Callender John, laborer, 487 e Baltimore 
Callender Mary E. teacher, 100 Aisquith 
Callender Wm. sr. plasterer, 100 Aisquith 
Callender Wm. jr. plasterer, 100 Aisquith 
Calligan Dennis, laborer, Foster al nr Hoffman 
Callis Jas. H. coal yard, 226 e Baltimore, dw 

1 Irvin pi 
Callow Wm. jr. (W. H.Howard & Co.) 214 w 

Lombard 



Callow Wm. sr. pres't Bankers and Brokers 

Telegraph Co. 2 North, dw Linden av ext 
Callsen Henry, silversmith, Gay nr Saratoga 
Calvert C. C. clerk, 40 s Eutaw 
Calvert Hall, St. Joseph's Academy, 79 Sara- 
toga 
CALVERT IRON AND NAIL WORKS CO. 
s w cor Baltimore and Calvert, factory. Fort 
av Locust Point 
Calvert John B. stonecutter, 39 Scott 
Calvert John G. granite yard, Pratt e of Fre- 
mont, dw 33 Scott 
Calvert Joseph B. 109 Penna. av 
Calvert Joseph D. stonecutter, 109 Penna. av 
CALVERT STATION, Northern Central Rail- 
way, n e cor Franklin and Calvert 
Calvert Wm. T. machinist, 396 n Gay 
Calwell John K. 569 Lexington 
Calwell L. B. (Sloan & C.) Baltimore co 
Calwell Martin, carpenter, 631 Light 
Calwell Mrs. Mary, millinery, 3 w Baltimore 
Calwell Mrs. Rose, 104 n Greene 
Caman John, moulder, 22 s Regester 
CAMDEN STATION, B. & 0. R. R. fronting 

Howard, Camden, Eutaw and Lee 
Camela Antonia, laborer, 20 New Church 
Cameron Alice, tailoress, 209 Gough 
Cameron Mrs. Ann, 195 Mulberry 
Cameron Chas. C. asst. assessor, 417 Walsh 
Cameron Daniel W. bookkeeper, 195 Mulberry 
Cameron John M. bookkeeper, 448 Lexington 
Cameron John G. shoemaker, 134 Barre 
Camp James L. 124 s Paca 
Campbell Mrs. Ann, 128 Pearl 
Campbell Mrs. Ann E. milliner, 131 s Ann 
Campbell Bernard, jr. police, 16 Barnet 
Campbell Bernard, locksmith, 255 Forrest 
Campbell Bernard, driver, 17 Orbital 
Campbell Charles, gardener, 17 s Fremont 
Campbell Charles, coachsmith, 160 German 
Campbell Chas. E. clerk, 182 Lee 
Campbell Charles, finisher, 240 Lemmon al 
Campbell Chas. A. printer, 136 n Pine 
Campbell David, hostler, 44 Cider al 
Campbell Geo. A. clerk, 39 Lee 
Campbell George L. police, 1 Wilcox 
Campbell George W. clerk, 27 s Oregon 
Campbell Georgiana C. teacher, 25 n High 
Campbell Henry, watchman, 24 Thames 
Campbell Mrs. — 24 Thames 
Campbell Henry, shoemaker, 216 Columbia 
Campbell Hugh E. laborer, over 6 Bank 
Campbell James, huckster, over 68 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
Campbell James, laborer, Durham nr Fayette 
Campbell James A. claim agent and intelligence 

office, over 20 Second, dw 33 n Fremont 
CAMPBELL JAMES A. general agt., 12 s Gay, 

dw 33 n Fremont 
Campbell J. Mason, attorney, 29 Lexington, 

dw 55 Franklin 
Campbell James E. police, 147 Chesapeake 
Campbell John, machinist, 35 Centre market sp 
Campbell John, blacksmith, 180 McHenry 
Campbell John, painter, 51 e Lombard 
Campbell John, machinist, 12 Lanvale 
Campbell John, baker, 116 Orleans 
Campbell John, carpenter, 136 n Pine 
Campbell John A. 169 St. Paul 
Campbell James E. police, 147 Chesapeake 
Campbell John F. letter carrier, 51 Lee 
Campbell John H. lamplighter, 122 L. Greene 



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Campbell John H. ropemaker, 76 Warner 
Campbell John J. grocer, 27 s Oregon 
Campbell John J. carpenter, and builder, 180 

HoUins, d\v 27 s Oregon 
Campbell Jno. S., MessengerNat. Bk.ofBalto., 

d\v Winan place, Hollins 
Campbell Jno. W. painter, 64 Front n of Foun- 
dry- 
Campbell John W. 3 s Front 
Campbell Kenneth, boatman 269 s Wolfe 
Campbell Mrs. Margaret, confec'}', 72 Jefferson 
Campbell Mrs. Mary, 50 O'Donnell 
Campbell Mrs. Mary, dry goods, 89 Bolton 
Campbell Mrs. Mary A. 251 n Caroline 
Campbell Mrs. Mary C. 182 Lee 
Campbell Michael, laborer, 31 e Monument 
Campbell Jlichael, laborer, 94 Chesapeake 
Camjibell Nelson A. clerk, 162 George 
Campbell N. P. president Merchants and Me- 
chanics F. I. Co., 44 Second, dvv 50 Bolton 
Campbell Patrick, laborer, 298 e Monument 
Campbell Peter, burrstones, 11 Orbit al 
CAMPBELL & RAMSBURG, (R. C, jr., N. 

A. Ramsburg, ) coal, 95 w Lombard 
Campbell Mrs. Rebecca, 34 n Front 
Campbell R.B. T. attorney, 29 Lexington, dw 

55 Franklin 
Campbell Robert, cooper, 18 Warren 
Campbell Robert, jr., (C. & Ramsburg, ) 199 w 

Fayette 
Campbell Robert, sr., 175 n Howard 
Campbell Robt. R. brassfinisher, 310 n Caroline 
Campbell Robert, carpenter, 133 Gough 
CAMPBELL ROSS & CO. (R. Campbell,) 
whole, dry goods com. merch'ts, 24 Hanover 
Campbell Ross (R. C. & Co.) Baltimore Co. 
Campbell Samuel, machinist, 17 s Fremont 
Campbell Mrs. Sophia, 80 Read 
Campbell Thomas, carter, 19 Abbott 
Campbell Thomas M, cardriver, 57 Preston 
Campbell Thos. W. asst. clerk Crim. Ct., 39 Lee 
Campbell Wm. chairmaker, 57 Preston 
Campbell Wm. 108 McCulloh 
Campbell Wm. H. clerk, 6 Irvin place 
Campbell Wm. L. carpenter, 284 Penna. av 
Campen Elias, (Sinsheimer, Flack & Co.,) 102 

Gough 
Campen Henry ^Sinsheimer, Plack & C.) 102 

Gough 
Cam[)en John, groceries and tin can manufac- 
turer, 264 and 266 Light 
Camper John A. coach trimmer. 130 Chew 
Cami)erJno. A. coach trimmer,406w Baltimore 
Cam|)er Margaret, 25 Orleans 
Camper Mary, millinerj', 92 Park 
Camper Napoleon, 92 Park 
Camper Thos. J. clerk, 130 w Fayette 
Canada Mary, tailoress, 175 Montgomery 
Cauiipp John W. laborer. Cathedral e.xt. 
Canap[) Louis, laborer, Cathedral ext. 
Canaj)i) Wm. L. laborer, Cathedral ext. 
Canavan James, police, 115 Preston 
Canby Edward L. clerk Commercial and Far- 
mers National Bank, 303 e Lombard 
CANBV, GILPIN & CO. (W. C, B. Gilpin,) 
whole, druggists, n w cor Light and Lombard 
Canby Samuel, (Wright ^ C.,) 87 McCulloh 
Canby Thomas E. laborer, 45 Grecnmount av 
Canby Thomas Y., pres. Washington Fire Ins. 
Co., cor Second and llolliday, dw 69 Dolphin 
Canby Wm. (C, Gilpin ^ Co.) Mt. Washing- 
ton, Haiti more Co. 



Canby Wm. T. grocer, 46 and 48 n Eutaw, dw 

87 'McCulloh 
Canceller Frederick, moulder, 212 s Wolfe 
Cane Mrs. Bedelea, janitress, 14 Stiles 
Cane John, wagoner, 14 Stiles 
Cane Matthew, wagoner, 14 Stiles 

CANFIELD, BROTHERS & CO- 
• (I. C. Canfleld.W. B. Canfield, T. 
Welsh, J. R. Armiger, ) Watches, 
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, 
Rich Fancy Goods and Cutlery, 
Wholesale and Retail, 229 w Bal- 
more st. 

Canfield Ira C. (C, Bros. <^ Co.) 51 Courtland 
Canfield Ira C, jr., clerk, 51 Courtland 
Canfield Wm.B.(C., Bros. .J- Co.) 246 n Charles 
Cann Benj. B. bookkeeper, 224 Lee 
Cann Benj. B. clerk, 19 s Howard 
Cann Edward R. painter, 5 Hill 
Cann Frank, 380 w Fayette 
Cann Geo. H. carpenter, 351 s Sharp 
Cann James, fruit packer, 169 s Sharp 
Cann James R. printer, 5 Hill 
Cannady Timothy, bootfitter, 9 n Poppleton 
Cannoles Charles, coachsmith, 1 54 e Madison 
Cannoles Charles, furn. wagon, 48 Prestoa 
Cannoles Charles C. shoemaker, 139 n Front 
Cannoles Francis, letter carrier, 48 Preston 
Cannoles Oliver, cardriver, 673 Penna. av 
Cannon Bartine A. (Ryan & Ricketts) 314 

Aisquith 
Cannon Charles W. 108 w Fayette 
Cannon C. K. of Individual Ent. Steamboat 

Co., n w cor Baltimore and Central av 
Cannon Duncan B. (J. B. C. & Co.) 108 w 

Fayette 
Cannon Capt. James, 134 s High 
Cannon J. B.(J. B.C. &Co.) 108 w Fayette 

CANNON J. B. & CO., {J. B. Can- 
non, J. C. McConkey, Duncan B. 
Cannon, ) General Auctioneers, 
and Commission Merchants, Nos. 
11 and 18, North Liberty Street. 

Cannon John, millright, 320 n Howard 
Cannon Mrs. Louisa, 35 w Eager 
Cannon Mary A. dry goods, 11 Comet 
Cannon Thos. telegraph repairer, 90 Columbia 
Cannon Patrick, laborer, 658 w Pratt 
Cannon Richard H. pilot, 146 Cross 
Cannon Wm. S. carpenter, 119 Barre 
Cannon Wm. H. carpenter, 23 Wayne, dw 119 

Barre 
Canox Geo. D. currier, 177 Hanover 
Canox Joseph, currier, 177 Hanover 
Canox Lydia, shoe findings, 177 Hanover 
Cant Christian, carter, 131 Thames 
Canter Rev. Isaac W. 38 Aisquith 
Canter Levin, clerk, 701 w Baltimore 
Canter Levin H. 70l w Baltimore 
Canton Go's office, n w cor Patuxent and Bos- 
ton, Wm. Harrison, agent 
Canton (M. p].) Chapel, Clinton, n of Boston 
Canton market, O'Donnell from Potomac to 
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Canton Michael, soap maker, Franklin ext 

Canty Patrick, plasterer, 134 Mullikin 

Cape" Alexander, laborer, Holliday nr Foundry 

Cape John C. distiller, Holliday nr Foundry 

Cape John C. sr. distl'r, Holliday nr Foundry 

Caphart Mrs. E. A. 10 s Chapel^ 

Capito George R. moulder, 81 York 

Caples Wm. M. ladies shoemaker, 161 nEutaw 

Capp Alfred, laborer, 159 Vine 

Cappeau Charles, carpenter, 822 w Baltimore 

Cappeau Cecelia, millinery, 822 w Baltimore 

Cappeau Frances, millinery, 822 w Baltimore 

Cappeau Josephine, 822 w Baltimore 

Capprise Joseph, shipwright, 54 s Washington 

Capron & Co., (F. B. Capron, ) props. Belvi- 

dere coal oij works. North nr Eager 
Capron Francis B. (C. & Co.) 40 Mulberry 
Capron Gabriel G. clerk, 618 w Lombard 
CarakofF Wm. painter, cor West and Leaden- 
hall 
Carback Chas. A. brass moulder, Greenmount 

Cemetery gate 
Carback David S. gate keeper, Greenmount 

Cemetery 
Carback E. & Son, (Elisha & Rich'd Carback) 

boots and shoes, 165 Lexington 
Carback Elisha, (E. C. & Son) Druid Hill av, 

between Dolphin and Lanvale 
Carback Elizabeth, Druid Hill av. bet'n Dol- 
phin and Lanvale 
Carback Elisha, painter, 443 Canton av 
Carback Elisha, painter, 208 Gough 
Carback John, wagoner, 244 n Bond 
Carback Richard C. (E. C. & Son,) Druid 

Hill av, between Dolphin and Lanvale 
Carback Wm. laborer, 203 n Central av 
Carberry John, butcher, 148 Mullikin 
Carcaud Gilbert, carpenter, 220 Mulberry 
^ Carben Mrs. Mary, cookjLanvale nr Republican 

Card Wm. S. sailmaker, 861 w Baltimore 
Care Emil E. bookkeeper, 335 w Pratt 
Carey Andrew J. blacksmith, 24 Tyson 
Carej' Beuj. A. police, 142 n Central av 
Carey Charles, hackman, 110 L. York 
Carey David, carpenter, 503 Saratoga 
Carey Edward, carter, foot of s Sharp 
Carej^ Mrs. George, 70 Cathedral 
Carey George G. teacher, 70 Cathedral 
Carey Henry G. (Hazelhurst & Co.) 89 Cathe- 
dral 
CAREY JAMES, wholesale boots and shoes, 

2G6 w Baltimore, dw Baltimore co 
Carey Jeremiah H. horse shoer, 3 Marion 
Carey John, police, 130 Preston 
Carey John, carpenter, 76 s Fayson 
Carey John machinist, 53 North 
Carey John W. machinist, 5 Cambridge 
Carey Margaret, dressmaker, 206 e Lombard 
Carey Mrs. Mary A. grocery, 311 e Lombard 
Carey Michael J. carpenter, 24 Tyson 
Carey Patrick, laborer, 76 Hamburg 



Carey Patrick, plumber, 7 Eutaw house dw 

150 Division 
Carey Patrick, blacksmith, 24 Tyson 
Carey Thomas I. pres't Peabody Fire Ins. Co. 

241 n Calvert 
Carey Samuel, trader, 118 Orchard 
Carey Thomas K. clerk, 266 w Baltimore 
Carey Thomas, drayman, Franklin house 
Carey Timothy W. driver, opp. 395 s Sharp 
Carey Wm. laborer, 18 Decker 
Carey Wm. wagoner, 71 Eastern av 
Carey Wm. 588 Penna. av 
Cargill Mrs. S. H. 40 Richmond 
Carlo Charles, baker, 3 L. McElderry 
Cariss & Griffith, (S. C, Wm. Griffith) real 

estate agents, 19 Lexington 
Cariss Samson, (C. & Griffith) 176 n Calvert 
Carl Charles, cabinet maker, 16 Knox al 
Carl Emil, clerk, 335 w Pratt 
Carl Ephraim, carpenter, 156 Scott 
Carl John, beer, s e cor Madison and Eden 
Carl John H. carpenter, 381 Canton av 
Carl Joseph, 219 Mulberry 
Carl Louis A. clerk, 219 Mulberry 
Carl Martin, laborer, 48 Durst al 
Carlan Thomas, laborer, Dover nr Hanover 
Garland Thomas, grainer, 237 w Biddle 
Carle Mrs. Catherine, grocery, 452 Saratoga 
Carle Henry, foreman, 160 William 
Carle John H. bagmaker, 160 William 
Carles John, police, 65 Albemarle 
Carless Michael, laboier, 4 Hammond al 
Carlile Alfred A. gasfitter, 32 Aisquith 
Carlile Jas. H. collector and ag't, 32 Aisquith 
Carlile Mrs. Mary, 104 Barre 
Carlile Thomas M. shoemaker, 32 Aisquith 
Carlile Mrs. Annie, 570 Lexington 
Carlile John S. attorney, 312 Madison av 
Carlile Wm. H. police, cor Aisquith and Eager 
Carlin Edwin R. clerk, 14 n Eutaw 
Carlin & Fulton, (J. F. C, D. C.Fulton,) im- 
porters of hardware, 4 Hanover 
Carlin James F. (C. & Fulton, ) Alexandria, Va 
Carlin Dr. James S. 155 Saratoga 
Carlin James, laborer, 19 Callendar al 
Carlin Louisa, dressmaker, 94 n Exeter 
Carlin Margaret, 94 n Exeter 
Carling Michael, Black Horse tavern, 63 Penna. 

avenue 
Carlisle Amos L. millwright, 509 w Lom- 
bard 
Carlisle Joseph, machinist, 106 Hamburg 
Carlisle Mrs. Urath C. 68 n Greene 
Carlisle Wm. H. stonecutter, n e cor Eager 

and Aisquith 
Carll Henry, tavern, 229 Hollins 
Carlon Frank, clerk, 48 McMechin 
Carloss John, police, 67 Albemarle 
Carlton Arthur, plasterer, 209 n Central av 
Carlton John, blacksmith, 61 Mulberry 
Carlton Oliver, plasterer, 281 e Monument 
Carlton Wm. cigarmaker. Farmer's hotel 
Carly Henry, watchmaker, 690 w Baltimore 
Carlyle, Flenry, carpenter, 18 Brune 
Carmack Hanson, weigher C. H. 151 Hanover 
Carman James, blacksmith, 592 w Lombard 
Carman John C. sheetiron worker, 5 Hope al 
Carman Jos. D. shipsmith, 235 Hanover 
Carman Joseph, shoemaker, 248 Montgomery 
Carman Thos. boilermaker, 1 Hall al 
Carmelite Convent, 68 Aisquith 
Carmichael Thos. H. detective, 55 Watson 



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Carmichael Thomas E. butcher, 30 Centre, 80 
Lexington, and 76 Hanover markets, dw 
Penna av ext 
Carmichael Wm. butcher, 30 Centre, 80 Lex- 
ington and 76 Hanover markets, dw Penna. 
av ext 
Carmichael Wm. clerk, 125 s High 
Carmine Chas. G. (Knipp cj- C.) 46 e Pratt 
Carmine Francis H. huckster, 156 s Ana 
Carmine Geo. _W. clerk, 413 w Pratt 
Carmine James, gas inspector, 321 n Gay 
Carmine Joseph M. police, 67 Milliman 
Carmine Mary, tailoress, 67 Vine 
Carmine Thos. H. huckster, 158 s Ann 
Carmine Thos. J. painter, 118 Hughes 
Carmody John, 81 Park av 
Carmody John, porter, 33 Greenmount av 
Carmody Patrick, tobacconist, 81 Park av 
Carnan Mrs. Elizabeth, 41 Haubert 
Carnan Johnson, machinist, 132 n Eden 
Carnan Mary A. tailoress, 132 n Eden 
Carnar Bishop, patternmaker, 179 Aisquith 
Carnes Andrew J. clerk, 318 e Chase 
Carnes Edward, laborer, 104 Harford av 
Carnes Elizabeth L. teacher, 318 e Chase 
Carnes John, watchman C. H. 318 e Chase 
Carnes Mrs. Susan, dressmaker, 142 n Eden 
Carnes Wm. J. laborer, 20 Boston 
Carney James, laborer, 297 Columbia 
Carney James, jr. teamster, 297 Columbia 
Carney John E. teamster, 297 Columbia 
Carney John, laborer, 20 Ryan 
Carney John, sr. watchman gasworks, Spring 

Gardens, 16 Fort av 
Carney Luke, watchman, 4 Addison 
Carney Nicholas, laborer, 193 Preston 
Cams Edward, porter, 137 Harford av 
Carow Gustave, carjienter, 173 s Chester . 
Carpenter Alva L. bookkeeper, 420 Lexington 
Carpenter Mrs. Ann, 168 Pearl 
Carpenter Everlyn K.engin'r, 225 e Baltimore 
Carpenter John C. attorney, 25 Lexington, dw 

Baltimore co 
Carpenter John J. clerk, 174 n High 
Carjjenter Wm. H. editor Baltimore Daily Ga- 
zette, Howard house 
Carper Mazarine J. shoefitter, 689 w Baltimore 
Carr Alfred J. 252 Linden av 
Carr Andrew R. machinist, 240 Columbia 
Carr Benj. R. boilermaker, 615 w Pratt 
CARR, BOYKIN & CO. (Dr. R. W. C, Dr. 
Tbos. J. Boykin, John B. Carr) wholesale 
drugs, chemicals, &c. 29 Hanover 
Carr Mrs. Catherine C. seamstr's, 116 St. Peter 
Carr Mrs. Eliza, 88 Barre 
Carr Francis A. deputy warden jail, 453 Lex- 
ington 
Carr George W. conductor, Cumberland near 

Penna av 
Carr Greenbury, coremakcr, 16 s Schroeder 
CARR IIE.VRY, tailor and clothier, n e cor 

Pratt and Charles, dw 2 s Broadway 
Carr .Mrs. Isabella, 240 Columbia 
Carr James, driver, 71 Pearl 
Carr James, shoemaker, 94 Franklin 
Carr James, carter, 7 Mulberry 
Carr James E. police com'r, and hat and cap 

manuf. 119 n Howard, dw 252 Linden av 
Carr James, caulker, 290 s Dallas 
Carr John A. shoemaker. Union hotel 
Carr Jc.hn E. shoemaker, cor Pratt and Charles 
Carr J. II. clerk, Oregon nr Townsend 



Carr J. Harry, clerk, 59 n Howard 

Carr Johu, laborer, Point la nr Greenm't c'y 

Carr John, brass moulder, 25 Concord 

Carr John, laborer, 184 Orleans 

Carr John B. (C, Boykin & Co.) 88 Rarre 

Carr John, carter. 173 n Spring 

Carr John, police, 105 s Bond 

Carr John, carter, 187 s Eden 

Carr John, boilermaker, 8 L Church 

Carr Mrs. Kate, laundress, 92 Druid Hill av 

Carr Patrick, laborer, 98 s Chapel 

Carr Robt. H. (R. H. C. & Son) 118 Cathedral 

Carr R. H. & Son, (R. H.& W. Sanders C.) 62 

s Sharp 
Carr Dr. R. Wilson, coroner, 29 Hanover, dw 

195 n Calvert 
Carr Dr. R.Wilson, (C, Boykin & Co.) 195 n 

Calvert 
Carr Saml. farmer, rear 45 s Dewberry al 
Carr Samuel, brassfinisher, 184 n Exeter 
Carr AV. Sanders, (R. H. C. & Son) 118 Ca- 
thedral 
Carr Thos. laborer, 118 Boyd 
Carr Wm. laborer, 140 s Castle 
Carr Wm. police, 172 s Ann 
Carr Wm. drayman, 116 St. Peter 
Carr Wilson C. N. dep'y clerk Criminal Court, 

23 Hamilton 
Carress Henry, carpenter, 6 L McElderry 
Carress Henry, jr. carpenter, 6 L McElderry 
Carrick Edw'd W. carpenter, 93 Garden 
Carrick John, laborer, 22 Neighbor 
Carrick Thomas J machinist, 12G Conway 
Carrick Wm. stonemason, Shields al nr Smith 
Carrick Wm. E. carpenter, 93 Garden 
Carrick Wm. L laborer, 93 Albemarle 
Carriere Charles, laborer, 3 McElderry 
Carrigan George, shoemaker, 58 Henrietta 
Carrigan James, 46 e Pratt 
Carrigan Mrs. Mary, laundress, 18 Slemmers al 
Carrington Wm. P. clerk, 117 w Monument 
Carroll, Adams & Neer, (J. C, J. Q. Adams, 

J. P. Neer, S. H. Lucas,) boots, shoes, &c. 

wholesale, 322 w Baltimore 
Carroll Andrew S. clerk, 31 s Exeter 
Carroll Andrew, clerk, 62 e Eager 
Carroll Mrs. Ann, 9 Hillen 
Carroll Mrs. Ann, 4 Foundry 
Carroll Chas. dep'v warden jail, 15 n Gay 
Carroll Charles T.'42 Franklin 
Carroll Charles, ropemaker, 388 Harford av 
Carroll Charles R. 66 n Charles 
Carroll Charles A. 6G n Charles 
Carroll Chas. 0. real est. agt. 15 St. Paul, dw 

85 Camden 
Carroll Catherine, huckstress, 23 w Second 
Carroll Daniel, lal)orer, 52 Cooksie 
Carroll Mrs. Elizabeth, 107 Park av 
Carroll Edward, 45 s Exeter 
Carroll Mrs. Elizabeth, restaurant, 143 e Pratt 
Carroll Edward F. clerk, 287 e Monument 
Carroll Edward F. property agt. 223 Saratoga 
Carroll George W. huckster, 118 William 
Carroll George W hackuian, 8 s Caroline 
Carroll George W. hackman, 301 s Bond 
Carroll Hall, s e cor Baltimore and Calvert 
Carroll Harry D. G. 90 w Monument 
Carroll Henry J. insp. Custom house, dw 24 s 

High 
Carroll James P. salesman, 31 s Exeter 
Carroll James H. sailmaker, 6 L Broadway 
Carroll James, salesman, 78 McKim 



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COMMISSIO>f MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGENTS FOR 

Kosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SP EAR'S WHABF. 

Carroll James, hodcarrier, 59 Booth 
Carroll James I. ropemaker, 246 e Pratt 
Carroll James, (C, Adams & Neer,) 272 Hollins 
Carroll James, laborer, 13 Fall 
Carroll James, jr. 94 w Monument 
Carroll James, sr, 105 w Monument 
Carroll James, stonecutter, 144 German 
Carroll James, attorney, 66 n Charles 
Carroll James A. tobacconist, 24 George 
Carroll Jane, 114 n High 

Carroll Mrs. Johanna, seamstress. 215 Forrest 
Carroll John C. grocery, 103 n Calvert 
Carroll John, peddler, 4 Thomsen 
Carroll John W. ropemaker, 650 Light 
Carroll John, larorer, 198 Aliceanna 
Carroll John B. cooper, 84 e Pratt 
Carroll John F. printer, s e cor Front and Low 
Carroll John K. cooper, 27 Commerce, dw 84 

e Pratt 
CARROLL JOHN R., KELLY & CO. (J. R. C, 

Wm. S. Kelly, Wm. F. Carroll,) ship yard 

and railway, s side Basin nr city yard 
Carroll John R. (J. R. C, Kelly & Co.) 102 

Battery av 
Carroll John, laborer, lis Durham 
Carroll John, 652 w Fayette 
Carroll Joseph, 159 u Caroline 
Carroll Josiah, mariner, rear 59 C'treMark'tsp 
Carroll Lawrence, laborer, 26 Towson 
Carroll Mrs. Marcella A. 112 Sarah Ann 
Carroll Martin, laborer, Durham nr Fayette 
Carroll Mrs. Martha, tailoress, I78e Warner 
Carroll Matthew, laborer, 186 Burgundy al 
Carroll Michael, tinner, 86 JeflFerson 
Carroll Michael, draughtsman, 144 German 
Carroll Michael, mariner, 9 Hillen 
Carroll Mortimer, restaurant, 39 Valley 
Carroll Patrick B. 31 s Exeter 
Carroll Patrick H. clerk, 262 Hollins 
* Carroll Patrick J. shoemaker, 4 Foundry 
Carroll Patrick J. clerk, 31 s Exeter 
Carroll Pierce, fireman, 11 L. Paca 
Carroll Rob't, grocery, 158 Druid Hill av 
Carroll Rob't B. tinner, 28 Somerset 
Carroll Samuel S. 74 Courtland 
Carroll St. John, (C.& Solomon,) 604 w Fayette 

CARROLL & SOLOMON, (St. J. 
Carroll, J. Solomon,) Oyster and 
Fruit Packers. Packing Establish- 
ment, Solomon's Island, Chesa- 
peake Bay, Oface and Depot 83 
Exchange Place 

Carroll Sinclair S. brushmaker, 97 Hollins 
Carroll Thomas G. straw and millinery goods, 

&c. 103 w Baltimore, dw 13 Franklin 
Carroll Thomas, trasportation dept. B. & 0. R. 

R. 26 Penn 
Carroll Thomas, laborer, 7 Camden la 



Carroll Thomas, cooper, 84 e Pratt 
Carroll Thomas C. boilermaker, 290 Light 
Carroll Thomas, laborer, 31 Eastern av 
Carroll Timothy A. property agt. 43 Lexing- 
ton, dw 652 w Fayette 
Carroll Wm. B. mariner, 15 n Gay 
Carroll Wm. laborer, 9 Hillen 
Carroll Wm. cigarmaker, 25 L. Hampstead 
Carroll Wm. laborer, 172 n Front 
Carroll Wm. F. (J. R. C, Kelly c^- Co.) 102 

Battery av 
Carroll Wm. L. stonecutter, 215 Forrest 
Carroll Wm. P. bookkeeper, 51 s Exeter 
Carroll Wm. J. (Vickery & C.) 121 s High 
Carruthers Chas. J.(C., Son & Co) 490 Franklin 
Caruthers Jno. S. (C, Son & Co.) 490 Franklin 
Carruthers Richard, gasfitter. 490 Franklin 
Carruthers, Son & Co. (J. S. & C. J. Carruth- 
ers, ) plumbers and gasfit'rs, over 35 German 
Carslow Wm. painter, 140 s Ann 
CARSON C. H. & CO. (C. H., & D. Carson,) 

lumber dealers, w side Union dock 
Carson Carvill H. (C. H. C. & Co.) s e cor 

Lexington and Republican 
Carson Mrs. Catherine, 24 Sterrett 
Carson Charles L. draftsman, 330 Lexington 
Carson David, brickmaker, 299 s Paca 
Carson David, cooper, 354 s Eutaw 
Carson David, jr. (C. H. C. & Co.) and pres't 

People's Bank, 330 Lexington 
Carson David, builder, 46 Josephine, dw 330 

Lexington 
Carson Elijah, brickmaker, 164 Burgundy al 
Carson George M. boatman, 287 Columbia 
Carson Henry W. confectionery, 213 Gough 
Carson James, laborer, 80 s Republican 
CARSON JOHN, attorney, 65 w Fayette, dw 

316 Lexington 
Carson John, laborer, 14 Armistead la 
Carson John N. pHsterer, 127 n Bethel 
Carson John E. clerk, Eutaw house 
Carson John, laborer, 287 Columbia 
Carson Joseph D. bookseller, over 7 South, 

dw 356 Aisquith 
Carson Joshua, builder, 482 Franklin 
Carson Thomas E. (C, Richardson & Co.) 

227 Madison av 
CARSON THOMAS J. provisions, 43 Light, 

dw Eutaw house 
Carson W. K. (C, Richardson & Co.)227 Madi- 
son avenue 
CARSON, RICHARDSON & CO. (W. K. C, 
J. A. Richardson, T. E. Carson,) grocers 
and com. niercs.s w cor Calvert and Lombard 
CARSON WM. coal and wood, 5 n Republi- 
can, dw 33 s Calhoun 
Carson Wm. T. brickmaker, 173 Warner 
Carstens Jno. H. (Radecke & C.)162 Mulberry 
Carswell J. S & Son, ( J. S . <?• R. S. Carswell, ) 

kerosene oil distillers, North nr Eager 
Carswell John S.(J. S. 0. & Son,) Homestead 
Carswell Rob't S. (J. S. C. k Son,)Homeslead 
Carter Alex. M. cashier Third Nat. bank, 112 

McCulloh 
Carter A. Rob't, manager Continental Life 

Ins. Co. of N. Y., 22 Second, dw Balto co 
CARTER BERNARD, attorney, 25 Lexington, 

dw 376 Eutaw pi 
Carter Dr. C. Shirley, 32 Franklin, dw 68 
Carter Charles, barkeeper, Howard house 
Carter Charles, brakesman, 515 Lexington 
Carter Charles, carpenter, 35 Burke 



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Carter Charles W. 226 Saratoga 
Carter Durus, builder, 298 e Chase 
Carter Desmus J. bricklayer, 158 Aisquith 
Carter Edw'd F.(Balt. Gazette, ) 169 n Charles 
Carter Edward, painter, 5 Ogston 
Carter Edwin T. clerk, 94 Columbia 
Carter Emma J. clerk, 121 Lexington 
Carter Mrs. Fanny, 3 Lancaster 
Carter Flavins, carpenter, 152 Aisquith 
Carter Francis, provisions, 51 Druid Hill av 
Carter Geo. R. clerk, Fremont nr Tovvnsend 
Carter George R. (A. Aitken & Co.) Fremont 

nr Lanvale 
Carter Granville, police. Eagle hotel, Hillen 
Carter Hannah, Ijakery. 60 s Chapel 
Carter Hanson V. carpenter, 251 w Biddle 
Carter Henry M. carpenter, 78 s Exeter 
Carter H. Clay, manager Contin'l Life Ins. Co. 

of N. Y., 22 Second, dw 636 w Fayette 
Carter Capt. Hiram, mariner, 79 Hillen 
Carter Irvin, bricklayer, 21 n Schroeder 
Carter James, (J. H. C. & Sons,) 182 George 
Carter James F. dep. warden jail, 202 n Eutaw 
Carter James M. painter, s e cor^Dover and 

Camden la 
Carter Dr. James M. cor Washington and Bank 
CARTER JOHN W. family grocer, 61 Cam- 
den, dw 94 Columbia 
Carter John M. laborer, 203 Peirce 
Carter John W. com. mer. over 80 Lightstreet 

wharf, dw 84 s Sharp 
Carter J'no. F. dep. ward jail, Ft. Federal Hill 
Carter John H. <^ Sons, (J. H., James and 
Lorenzo Carter,) well diggers and carters, 
182 George 
Carter John P. bookkeeper, 179 w Baltimore 
CARTER JOHN M. attorney, 30 St. Paul, dw 

14 Aisquith 
Carte; Rev. J. P. principal Md. Collegiate In- 
stitute, 83 e Baltimore 
Carter John H. (J. H. C. & Sons, )182 George 
Carter Joseph, shoemaker, 10 e Fayette 
Carter Joseph, cooper, 121 Hamburg 
Carter Josiah, watchman, 1 Hamburg 
Carter Mrs. Julia, 84 Block 
Carter Lorenzo, (J. H. C. & Sons,) 182 George 
Carter Lydia, variety store, 94 Columbia 
Carter Mrs. Maria, 229 n Eden 
Carter Nicholas, carpenter. 66 Decker 
Carter Oscar C. sailmaker, 169 u Charles 
Carter Richard P. wagoner, 203 Peirce 
Carter Rob't D. clerk, 169 n Charles 
Carter Rob't, paper carrier, 47 vStirling 
Carter Rodney F. engineer, 252 Eastern av 
Carter Sam'l W. harness maker, 72 Preston 
Carter Susan, 94 Columbia 
Carter Thomas, sailmaker, 87 s Sharp 
Carter Thomas H. carpenter, 288 e Madison 
Carter Thomas, laborer, 123 West 
Carter Wm. mariner, 99 York 
Carter Wm. B. clerk, 40 Dolphin 
Carter Wra. II. sailmaker, over 85 Smith's 

wlif, dw Charles nr Centre 
Carter Wra. II. iiricklayer, 66 Conway 
Carter Wm. II. carpenter, 124 Lexington 
Carter Wm. J. pharmaceutist, 199 Bank 
Carter Wm. J. laborer, 11 Valley 
Carter Wm. tailor, 156 s Eutaw 
Carter Wm. T. fireman, 540 w Pratt 
Carter Wm. J. clerk, 229 n Eden 
Carter Wm. II. bricklayer, 98 Columbia 
Carter Wm. W. bookkeeper, 187 w Hoffman 



Cartier Urban, shoemaker, 636 w Baltimore 
Cartlish Geo. W. A porter, 36 Druid Hill av 
Caruth Wm. A. coachmaker, 67 s Fremont 
Carty Mrs. laundress, 2 Walnut al 
Carver Emma V. teacher, 178 Mulberry 
Carver Francis T. bricklayer, 178 Mulberry 
Carver, George W. printer, 96 n Fremont 
Carver Wm. V. bricklayer, 178 Mulberry 
Carwithel Jas. C. stencil cutter, 5 e Fayette 
Cary Benjamin A. police, 142 n Central av 



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CARY DEWITT C. agent for Willcox & Gibb's 

sewing machine, over 8 n Charles, dw35 Fawn 
Cary Michael, tavern, 36 Towson 
Cary Syd. C. (0. & Co.) 197 n Charles 
Cary Thomas, sr., laborer, 110 Cathedral 
Cary Wilson M. seminary, 199 n Charles, dw 

197 n Charles 
Cary Wilson M. jr., teacher, 23^ Garden, dw 

197 n Charles 
Casabauna D. B. 113 n Eden 
Casby Andrew, laborer, 3 McLeary ct 
Case Boone, clerk, 40 Lexington 
Case Florence, 237 e Biddle 
Case George, 40 Lexington 
Case James JI. engineer U. S. Revenue Service, 

237 e Biddle 
Case T. J. (Stickney & Co.) 40 Lexington 
Case Rev. Watson, cor Eager and Forrest 
Casey Mrs. A. 22 Concord 
Casey Abraham S. blacksmith, 206 Harford 

av, dw 249 e Biddle, 
Casey Daniel shoemaker, 171 s Eden 
Casey Edwin, elerk, 84 Hillen 
Casey Mrs. Ellen, 84 n Front 
Casey Mrs. Ellenora, 530^ Lexington 
Casey Prof. Francis, Loyola College 
Casey James, grocer}', 164 s Durham 
Casey James F. harness maker, 84 n Front 
Casey Jeremiah, marble polisher, 18 Front, n 

of Foundry 
Casey John, laborer, 7 s Durham 
Casey John, laborer, 14 s Durham 
Casey John, fruit jiacker. 111 Ensor 
Casey Margaret, dressmaker, 84 n Front 
Casey Mrs. Mary J. gaiter fitter, 84 Hillen 
Casey M. J. harness maker, 197 Chesnut 
Casey Patrick, laborer, 32 Liberty al 
Casey Patrick, slioemaker, 171 s Eden 
Casey Peter, laborer, 20 Gould la 
Casey T. J. saddle ami harness maker, 19 n 

Gay, dw 119 n Exeter 
Casey Prof. Thomas, Loyola College 
Cash Edward, carpenter, 187 Druid Hill av 
Cashman Jeremiah, laborer, 24 Etting 
Cashmyer Henry, magistrate, 117 s Broadway, 

and restaurant, s w cor Pratt and Bond 
Cashmyer Phili]), restaurant, 5 s Eden 



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COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKNTS PX)H 

Roseiidale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Cashmyer R. A. liquor dealer, 165 e Baltimore 
Caskey David W. carpenter, 296 e Chase 
Caskey John W. shipcarpenter, 133 William 
Caskey Joseph, carpenter, 390 Franklin 
Caskey Robert, carpenter, 193 n Fremont 
Caskey Samuel, boilermaker, 115 Hamburg 
Caspari Anna R. periodical depot, 36 Druid 

Hillav 
CASPAR! CHARLES & WM. apothecaries, 

44 n Gay 
Caspari Charles & Wm. apothecaries, n w cor 

Biddle and Penna av 
Caspari Charles, jr. clerk, 44 n Gay 
Caspari Charles, (Charles & William Caspari,) 

44 n Gay 
Caspari Frederick, clerk, 44 n Gay 
Caspari Fritz, tailor, 169 Sarah Ann 
Caspari AVm. (Charles & Wm. Caspari,) cor 

Biddle and Penna av 
Casper Louis, 52 e Lombard 
Casper Mrs. Sarah, midwife, 52 e Lombard 
Cassady James, carpenter, 114 Dolphin 
Cassady John, carpenter, 114 Dolphin 
Cassady Thomas J. bricklayer, 137 Peirce 

CASSARD BROTHERS, (Thomas 
Cassard, John Cassard,F. W. Cas- 
sard,) Pork Packers, Ham Curers, 
and dealers in Provisions, 61 South 
and 2i2 e Fayette streets. 

Cassard F. W. (G. Bros.) 55 McCulloh 
CASSARD G. & SON, (L., G. C. & Jesse L. 
Cassard, ) provision dealers, 407 and 409 w 
Baltimore 
Cassard George, (Geo. C.& Co.)2S9 w Lombard 
Cassard Geo. & Co. (Geo. & L. R. Cassard,) 

com. merchants and provisions, 46 South 
Cassard George C (G. C. & Son, ) s e cor Bol- 
ton and Townsend 
Cassard Gilbert, com. merchant, 75 HolHns 
Cassard Gilbert H. clerk, 306 Hollins 
Cassard James D. clerk, 75 Hollins 
Cassard James D. clerk, 644 \v Lombard 
Cassard Jesse L.(G. C. & Son, ) 285 Madison av 
Cassard John, (C. Bros.) 249 Madison av 
Cassard Lewis, (G. C. & Son,) 274 w Lombard 
Cassard Louis R.(Geo. C.&Co,)289 w Lombard 
Cassard Thomas, (C. Bros.) Bait, co 
Cassell Abraham, bricklayer, 23 McHenry 
Cassell Charles C. printer, 272 Mulberry 
Cassell Chas. E. architect and civil engineer, 

Lexington build' gs, dw Merchants' hotel 
Cassell Geo. N. bricklayer, 23 McHenry 
Cassell Geo. R. bricklayer, 231 w Biddle 
Cassell Henry P. bricklayer, 272 Mulberry 
Cassell John S. assistant U. S. assessor, 3d 

district, 494 Franklin 
Cassell Leonard, carpenter, 258 w Pratt 



Cassell Rebecca Jane, 231 w Biddle 

Cassell Samuel C. bricklayer, 241 n Howard 

Cassell Thos. D. painter, 4 n Pine, dw 56 

Cassell Wm. G. 23 McHenry 

Cassell Wm. H. sup't police, Druid Hill Park 

Cassells Mrs. Mary R. matron female Christian 

Home, 86 n Paca 
Cassidy Bernard, grocery, n e cor Greenmount 

av and Monument 
Cassidy Mrs. Elizabeth, huckstress, 144 n Eutaw 
Cassidy Francis, grocery and feed, n w cor 

Monument and Greenmount av 
Cassidy Geo. barkeeper, 91 n Pine 
Cassidy James, boots and shoes, 33 w Pratt, 

dw 21 n Front 
Cassidy John, laborer, 28 Forrest 
Cassidy John, mariner, 57 n High 
Cassidy John C. huckster, 42 Camden 
Cassidy John, mariner, 74 s Exeter 
Cassidy Luke, stonemason, 48 Liberty al 
Cassidy Luke, grocery, s e cor Harford av and 

Madison 
Cassidy Martin, liquors, cor Hillen and Exeter, 

dw 179 n Exeter 
Caseidy Nicholas, laborer, 42 Camden 
Cassidy Mary, tavern, 21 Block 
Cassidy Owen, grocery, 91 Pine 
Cassidy Patrick, plasterer, 24 Valley 
Cassidy Patrick, laborer, 536 w Pratt 
Cassidy Patrick, grocery, 52 s Frederick 
Cassidy Robert, mariner, 74 s Exeter 
Cassidy Thomas, hackdriver, 21 Mullikin 
Cassidy Thomas, bricklayer, 137 Peirce 
Cassidy Wm. H. puddler, 283 Aliceanna 
Cassilby James, carter, 176 s Central av 
Cassin John H. clerk, 69 w Biddle 
Cassin Mrs. Mary, 69 w Biddle 
Castine Emanuel M. restaurant, cor Central ar 

and Lombard 
Castle Geo. T. (Fangmeyer, Doll & C.,) Foun- 
tain hotel 
Castleburg Jacob, pawnbroker, 1 n High 
Caswell Robert B.jr. shipbuilder, 106 Johnson 
Caswell Robert B. sr. shipbuilder, 106 Johnson 
GATE AMMON & CO. (Ammon C, E. B. 
Hunting) lumber yard and planing mill, n e 
cor East Falls av and Fawn 
Gate Ammon, (A. C. & Co.) pres't Citizens' 

Fire Security and Land Co. 243 n Charles 
Catem Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, 95 e Fayette 
Caterton Mrs. Elizabeth, 52 Towson 
Gates Mrs. Ellen, grocery, 53 s High 
Catez John B. upholsterer, 20 Buren 
Cathcart A. Roszell, clerk, 51^ s Broadway 
Cathcart John W. clerk, 51J s Broadway 
Cathcart Mrs. Margaret, notions, 73 Penna ar 
Cathcart R. & W. H. block and pump ma- 
kers, 113 Thames 
Cathcart Robt. (R., & W. H. C.) deputy sur- 
veyor, customhouse, dw 51^ s Broadway 
Cathcart Robt. jr. ins. agent, 51^ s Broadway 
Cathcart Theodore C. messenger First Nation- 
al Bank, 83 s Broadway 
Cathcart Wm. H. (R. & W. H. C.) 83 s Broad- 
way 
Cathedral, (Roman Catholic,) cor Cathedral 

and Mulberry 
Catholic Cemetery, n Fremont w of Mosher 
Cathell Dr. Daniel W. 137 n Exeter 
Gather Robert W. carpenter, 61 Columbia 
Gather Wm. carpenter, 28 Hanover 
Cathorn Elizabeth, 116 York 



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Caton Mrs. Ellen, eggs, 7 King ct 

Caton John, laborer, 98 Chesapeake 

Caton Philip, 224 Hughes 

Caton Tiiuothy, blacks' th, Buren nr Monument 

Catlett Thos Y. salesman, 17 s Howard 

Cater Benj. F. (Armstrong, C. & Co.) 173 St. 

Paul 
Cator James H. clerk. 237 w Baltimore 
Cator Levin R. mariner, 113 William 
Cator Michael, laborer, 44 Chat-vrorth 
Cator Robinson W. (Armstrong, C. & Co.)175 

St. Paul 
Cator Wm. E. 309 Light 
Cator Wm. D. restaurant, 26 n Hollida7 
Catrup Saml. P. jr. real estate agt, 40 Jackson 
Catrup Saml. P. printer, 40 Jackson 
Catrup Saml. H. carpenter, 40 Jackson 
Catrup \ym. B. mariner, 87 s Caroline 
Cauchran Mrs. Anna M. rear 20 Sterrett 
Caughey Mrs. Benj. 650 w Fayette 
Caughy' Henry W. clerk 231 Linden a,v 
Caughy Mrs. John H. 231 Linden av 
Caughv Mary, 20j Aisquith 
CAUGHY M. P. & CO. (M. P. C.,) clothiers 

and tailors trimmings. 6 s Charles 
Caughy Michael P. (M. P. C. & Co.) 231 Lin- 
den av 
Caughy Mrs. Michael, 20i Aisquith 
Caughv Noah W.(N.Warker & Co. )31 w Eager 
Caughy S. Hamilton, (N. Walker & Co.) Balto 

county 
Cauley Francis, laborer, 45 Ellicott 
Caulfield James, dry goods, 92 Richmond 
Caulfield Mrs. Margaret, trimmings, 92 Rich- 
mond 
Caulfield Robert, grocery, 140 w Biddle 
Caulfield Thomas, tinner, 9 Neighbor 
Caulk Alonzo, painter, 322 s Sharp 
Caulk .Mrs. Anna M. notions, 279 s Charles 
Caulk Mrs. Elizabeth, 114 e Fayette 
Caulk Jacob H. sail maker, 205 Orleans 
Caulk Jamesi, (Bowie & C.) 114 e Faj-ette 
Caulk James T. 279 s Charles 
Causer Joseph H. finisher, 158 Battery av 
Causey L. H. clerk, 86 Le.xington 
Causej' Rosanna T. 94 Warner 
Causey Wm. carpenter, 38 n Pine ' 

Causmelle John, produce, 263 n Eden 
Cavado Frederick, laborer, 2 7 York 
Cavano George, cooper, 4 n Fremont 
Cavano Lewis H. cigarmaker, 21 Ogston • 
Cavanaugh James jr. printer, 10 Holland 
Cavanaugh James, laborer, 10 Holland 
Cavanaugh John, drayman, 12 n Poppleton 
Cavanaugh Mrs. Mary, grocery, 12 n Poppleton 
Cavanaugh Michael, laborer, Durham nr Fay- 
ette 
Cavanaugh Michael, printer, 10 Holland 
Cavanaugh Patrick, blacksmith, 10 Holland 
Cavanaugh Patrick, laborer, 172 Vine 
Cavanaugh Peter, baker, 9 e Madison 
Cavanuugh .Mrs. Susan, 211 Vine 
Cavanaugh .Matthew J. laborer, 362 Ostend 
Cavanaugh Martin, laborer. Cathedral ext 
'Cavanaugh Michael, laborer, 172 Vine 
Cave Margaret J. 103 n E.xeter 
Cavenaugh Mrs. Mary, grocery, 110 Ramsey 
Cavenaugh Edwin, gardener, 38 Druid Hill av 
Caveney John, laborer, 215 Lemmon al 
Caviller Robert H. clerk, 659 w Lombard 
Cavill Mrs. Jane, seamstress, 105 Stirling 
Cavy Nathan, carpenter, 32 Lemmon 



Cavy Thomas J. blacksmith, 298 s Paca 
Cawley Catherine, tavern, cor Clinton and 

Eleventh av 
Caye Emil, hair dresser, Gilmor house 
Cazier Cap't Rob't W. mariner, 15 s Bond 
Cecil Elias, mariner, 256 s Sharp 
Cecil Ernst W. land agent, 87 Second 
Cecil Geo. T. (J. F. Moffett ^- Co.) 289 Light 
Cecil W'm. carpenter, 289 Light 
Cecil Wm. S. cabinetmaker, 289 Light 
Cegel Jacob, baker, cor Baker's ct and Knox al 
Cellahan Edward, laborer, 10 Williamson al 
Cella Antonio, restaurant, 63 President 
Central Coal Mining and Manuf. Go's Wharf, 

pier 8 L. P., J. K. Shaw, agent, 24 Second 
CENTRAL COAL M & M Co., Alexander 

Shaw gen'l sup't, 3 Md. build'g, opp P. 0, 
Central Land and Build'g Ass. 11 Lexington 
Central M. E. Church South, Lexington nr 

Pine 
Central Presbyterian Church, s w cor Saratoga 

and Liberty 
Central Savings Bank, 53 Lexington 
Central Hall, lager beer, Henry Tomm, pro- 
prietor, 28 n Gay 
Cepy Robert, mariner, 32 William 
Ceren George A. blacksmith, 136Peirce 
Cerrego Joseph, barkeeper, 107 Albemarle 
Cerrego Mrs. Margaret, tavern, 60 President 
Cesati ilrs. S. mantilla maker, 258 w Pratt 
Ceverin Catherine, 296 s Ann 
Chadburn William, machinist, 286 Hanover 
Chadderton Thomas, watchmaker, 29 Chew 
Chadwick J. E. clerk, 341 w Baltimore 
Chaffen Benjamin, driver, 85 Mound 
Chaffinch Elisha W. salesman, 102 s Eden 
Chaffinch Samuel E. tobacconist, 338 n Gay 
Chaffinch Wm. H. 246 n Caroline 
Chaffinch Wm. W. carpenter, 246 n Caroline 
Chaffman Charles F. tailor, 70 s Carey 
Chaffman Lewis, stonemason, 4 Ilofifman nr 

Walsh 
Chagreen Wm. J. coach p'nter, 239 n Caroline 
Chaillou Augustus, police, 152 n Bond 
Chairs Edward, gardener, 367 e Fayette 
Chaisty Dr. Edward J. 158 Mulberry 
Chaisty E. J. jr. plumber and gasfitting, 49 n 

Calvert, dw 158 Mulberry 
Chaisty Ed. J. jr. crier Criminal court, 158 

Mulberry 
Chalk El^as, car repairer, Mt. Royal Hill 
Chalk George, brakesman, Mt. Royal Hill 
Chalk James A. engineer, 25 w Biddle 
Chalk Joseph A. plasterer, 140 Dolphin 
Chalk Levi, grocer, 136 Dolphin 
Chalk Wm. H. painter, Mt. Royal Hill 
Chalk Wm. A. clerk, 136 Dolphin . 

Chalmers James, cabinet maker, n e cor Penna 

av and Dolphin, dw 14 Lanvale 
Chalmers John AV. carpenter, 371 Franklin 
Chalmers James J. furniture, se cor Dolphin 

and Penna av, dw 14 Lanvale 
Chalmers Philemon S. tailor, 138 n Eutaw 
Chamberlain Ann, seamstress, 340 e Eager 
Chamberlain Edw'd, liricklayer, 241 n Howard 
Chamberlain Eli, clerk, 117 e Monument 
Chamberlain Mrs. Eliz'h, seamstress, 340e Eager 
Chamberlain Fernand. mor. dresser, 340 e Eager 
Chamberlain G. W. currier, 374 w Fayette 
Chamberlain John E. messenger, Odd Fellows 

hall, dw 117 e Monument 
Chamberlain J no A. blacksmith, 659 Penna. av 



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Chamberlain John C. ladies' boot and shoe- 
maker, 553 w Baltimore, dw 374 w Fayette 
Chamberlain Mrs. Mary A. confectionery, 8 

Constitution 
Chamberlain Jas L. salesman, 329 w Baltimore 
Chauiberlaiu Mrs. Josephine, tailoress, 241 e 

Monument 
Chamberlain Phil, tailor, 241 e Monument 
Chamberlain Mrs. Sarah, 111 Stirling 
Chamberlain Wm. blacksmith, 659 Penna. av 
Chamberlaiue Henry, clerk, 168 n Calvert 
Chamberlaine Kich'd H. 168 n Calvert 
Chamberlin David L. supervisor N. C. R. 

Park av nr Townsend 
Chambers Anthony S. reporter, ITEtting 
Chambers Mrs. Charlotte, 203Peirce 
Chambers Charles, carter, 166 Battery av 
Chambers E. plasterer, 113 Conway 
Chambers G. Maitland, (Taylor & C.) York rd 
Chambers J. B. police, 555 w Baltimore 
Chambers James, laborer, 188 Burgundy al 
Chambers James, ronemaker, 166 Battery av 
Chambers John T. laborer, 5 Bevan 
Chambers John, carpenter, 5 Bevan 
Chambers Jno. E. blacks' h, over 121 w Fayette 
Chambers Mrs. Mary, 377 Franklin 
Chambers Kob't M. carpenter, 236 s Sharp 
Chambers Samuel, carp'r, 240 e Lombard 
Chambers Thos. VV. L. printer, 500 w Lombard 
Chambers Wm. mariner, 39 Eastern av 
Chambers Wm. clerk, 54 s Republican 
Chambers "\Vm. M. brass finisher, 203 Peirce 
Champayne Henry R. coachmaker, 84 German, 

dw 23 n Poppleton 
Champayne Wm.K. coach painter, 84 German, 

dw 10 Chatsworth 
Chau.;payne Wm. R. bookkeeper, 10 Chats- 

w^orth 
Champlain Mary, 64 n Howard 
Champness Mrs. Lucy, Jefferson, nr Castle 
Champney Henry J. carpenter, lis Schroeder 
Chan Phillis, peddler, 533 w Baltimore 
Chance Mrs. Anna, boarding, 13 Grundy 
Chance Frank, bookkeeper, 44 n Front 
Chance James L. (J. R. C. & Son,) 106 w 

Baltimore 
Chance Marinas, provisions, 195 n Central av 
Chance J. R. <^- Son, (Jas. L. C.) auctioneers, 

106 w Baltimore 
Chanceaulme Rich'd P. bookkeeper, 52 e Fay- 
ette 
Chancellor John J. cattle dealer, Eutaw house 
Chancellor Dr. Charles, 53 McCulloh 
CbandleeH. P. (Barker & C.) Oregon nrMosher 
Chandler George W'. wagoner, 410 Light 
Chandler Daniel T. 2 HoUins 
Chandler Jacob, brick moulder, 410 Light 
Chandler John, mariner, 2 Hammond al 
Chandler John, bookkeeper, 70 Lexington 
Chandler Kenuard, clerk, 79 Lee 



Chandler Nelson, clerk, 70 Lexington 
Chandler W^m. E. brickmaker. 113 West 
Chandley John H. grocery, 125 n Fremont 
Chandley John H., jr , wheelwright, 125 n 

Fremont 
Chaneay James T. moulder, 224 Chesnut 
Chaney Anderson W. shoemaker, 9 sHolliday 
Chaney Benjamin, coal and wood, 148 Hollins, 

dw 521 w Lombard 
Chaney Charles B. printer, 521 w Lombard 
Chaney Chas. W. boilermk'r, 219 Montgomery 
Chaney Charles P. police, 183 Ensor 
Chaney Clara U. saleswoman, 219 Montgomery 
Chaney Edward, tailor, 32 Bevan 
Chaney Mrs. Elizabeth, 143 n Fremont 
Chaney George, carter, 656 Light 
Chaney James, salesman, 155 Linden av 
Chaney James M. police, 229 Conway 
Chaney Mrs. Jane, 219 Montgomery 
Chaney John, dyer, 47 n Spring 
Chaney Stephen W. cordwainer, 41 e Monu- 
ment 
Chahey Viletta S. tailoress, lis Schroeder 
Chaney Wm. E. boilermaker, 27 Gittings 
Chaney Wm. E. baggage master, 62 Fawn 
Chaney Wm. H. brakesman, 143 n Fremont 
Chaney Wm. clerk, 57 Booth 
Chaplain Wm. clerk, 5 Hanover 
Chapman Alexander, clerk, Greenmount av, 

opp Point la 
Chapman Allen A. (Kirkland, Chase & Co.) 

40 McCulloh 
Chapman Anderson, hostler, 80 Stiles ' 
Chapman D. Chase, clerk, 40 McCulloh 
Chapman George R. police, 5 Mosher 
Chapman Greenbury, shoem'r, 81 n Poppleton 
Chapman Henry, milkman, Greenmount av, 

opp Point la 
Chapman James B., sr., machinist, 221 e Lom- 
bard 
Chapman Jas. C. jr. machinist, 221 e Lombard 
Chapman James R. P. salesman, 34 s Sharp 
Chapman John Lee, 41 Stiles 
Chapman Jonathan J., 141 e Baltimore 
Chapman Nathan C. clerk, 40 McCulloh 
Chapman Nicholas P. bookkeeper, 146 Dolphin 
Chapman Ruth A., 375 Penna. av 
Chapman Wm. A. constable, 217 Mullikin 
Chapman Rev. Wm. H. 643 Lombard 
Chappell Mrs. Ann, 113 Mulberry 
Chappell Cornelius F. clerk, 105 Aisquith 
Chappell Louisa 0. milliner, 185 Mulberry 
Chappell Mrs. Mary, Lanvale nr Penna. av 
Chappell P. Edmund, bookkeeper, 51 n Liberty 



CHAPPELL & LEARY, (P. S. 
Chappell, John Leary,) Manufac- 
turers of White Lead, Saltpe- 
tre, Varnishes, Lampblack, Putty, 
Paints, &c., No. 100 W. Lombard 
Street. 

Chappell Mrs. P. E., 51 n Liberty 
Chappell Philip S. (C. & Leary, ) Eutaw sq 
Chappell Thomas S. clerk, 195 Aisquith 
Charl Ernst, carter, 32 s Republican 
Charles Benjamin F. hatter, 96 s Ann 
Charles Benjamin, property agent and convey- 
ancer, 135 s Broadway, dw 96 s Ann 



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Charles David, copper smelter, 22 Clinton 
Charles George, laborer, 56 Philpot 
Charles George C. clerk, 47 n Exeter 
Charles Henry, copper smelter, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Charles John E. restaurant, 37 w Fayette 
Charles Mrs. Mary A. 47 n Exeter 
Charles Robert, copper smelter, 20 Clinton 
Charles-St. (M. E. ) Church, n e cor Charles and 

Favette 
CHARLES THOMAS J. hatter, over n e cor 
Charles and Baltimore, and leader East Bal- 
timore military band, dw 205 s Broadway 
Charron Claude C, 140 Mulberry 
CHARRON J. B. imp. wines, liquors, &c. 128 

w Lombard, dw 140 Mulberry 
Charter Oak Life Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn., 

\Vm. Boggs & Co. agents, 38 n Calvert 
Charter Oak Life Ins. Co. agency, 4 s Holliday 
Chartres Jane, 22 Mulberry 
Chase A. S. (C, Stewart & Co.) New York 
Chase Benjamin F. painter, 70 Thames 
Chase Benjamin F. (C. & Co.) 87 s Exeter 
CHASE CHARLES F. & CO. (C. F. C, W. 
F. Wilkinson,) bankers, brokers and insu- 
rance agents, n w cor Baltimore and Charles 
Chase Charles W. oyster packer, 200 Hanover 
Chase Chas. F. (C. F. & Co.) 288 Madison av 
Chase Mrs. Clementine G., 337 e Baltimore 
Chase & Co. (B. F. C.) sign painters, 36 South 
Chase Danl.(Kirkland,C.&Co.)253 Madisonav 
Chase George B. (John M. Orem, Son & Co.) 

222 e BaUimore 
CHASE HANNIBAL H. brickmaker, corBea- 

son and Lowman, dw 305 w Fayette 
Chase I. H. ladies' shoemaker, 253 n Howard 
Chase James W. stonecutter, 37 Low 
Chase Jeremiah T. clerk, 132 n Gay 
Chase John H. wagoner, 148 Lee 
Chase John J. shipsraith, 38 Philpot 
Chase J. Hermon, clerk, 44 Fawn 
Chase Mrs. Mary A. 141 w Biddle 
Chase Robert, 63 Courtland 
Chase R. W. wines, liquors and cigars, over 

25 Cheapside, dw 63 Courtland 
Chase Sarah, 30 New Church 
Chase Capt. Stephen, mariner, 96 s Edeh 
Chase, Stewart & Co. (A. S. C, Wm. H. 
Stewart, J. M. C. Bartholow, ) dry goods 
com. raerchts. 10 and 12 German 
CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN, (W. C, J. 
A. Gehrmann, )manufs. and machinists' sup- 
plies, cotton and woolen mach'ry,6s Howard 
Chase Wells, (W. C. & Gehrmann,) Mt. Airy 

Carroll co. 
Chase Wm. H. ship joiner, 54 s Castle 
Chason Joseph L. painter, 272 e Pratt 
Chason Peter A., U. S. N. 52 s Ann 
Chastain B. clerk, 51 Lexington 
Chasteau Armand, gilder, 69 e Lombard 
Chasteau Mary E. 69 e Lombard 
Chasteau Thomas E. clerk, 541 w Fayette 
Chasteau Thomas E. bookkeeper, 10 Jackson 
CHATARD DR. F. E. 118 Park 
Chatard Dr. F. E. jr. 118 Park 
Chatard Tbos. M. student, 118 Park 
Chatsworth Independent Church, (M. E.) cor 

Franklin and Pine 
Chatterton R. M. clerk, 38 s Charles 
Cheatham Andrew J. salesman, 272 w Baltimore 
Chenoweth Alfred R. painter, 76 n Broadway 
Chenoweth Ij. T. machinist, 76 n Broadway 



Chenoweth k Co. (R. B. Chenoweth,) whole- 
sale and retail liquor dealers, 225 n Gay 
Chenoweth E. 75 n High 
Chenoweth Geo. E. & Co. (Geo. E. C.) patent 

feed water regulator, 96 n Calvert 
Chenoweth Geo. E (Geo. E. C. & Co.) 225 n 

Gay 
Chenoweth Harry, coppersmith, 76 n Broadway 
Chenoweth Horatio, driver, 474 Lexington 
Chenoweth Oliver B. huckster, 184 Penna. av 
Chenoweth R. B. (C. & Co.) 225 n Gay 
Chenoweth Richard M. 290 n Howard 
Chenoweth Richard, lieut. police, 37 Garden 
Chenoweth Robt. shoemaker, 56 n Poppleton 
Chenoweth Mrs. S. R. milliner, 290 n Howard 
Chenoweth Thomas, artist, 160 Barre 
Chenoweth Wm. carpenter, 82 n Poppleton 
Chenoweth Wm. W. clerk, 225 n Gay 
Cherry Mrs. Barbara A. tailoress, 87 w Fayette 
Cherry David H. salesman, 420 w Baltimore 
Cherry Edward, tobacconist, 420 w Baltimore 
Cherry Dr. Geo. W. dentist, s w cor Baltimore 

and Liberty 
Cherry James W. printer, 115 Mulberry 
Cherry Mrs. Laura, 45 Hanover 
Cherry Dr. T. F. dentist, s w cor Baltimore 

and Liberty 
CHESAPEAKE BANK, se cor North and Fay- 
ette 
Chesapeake Blast Furnace, Clinton, Canton, 

W. F. Pannell, propr. 
Chesapeake Steam Co. 82 Light-st-whf, Wm. 

R. Sherman, agt. 
Chesapeake Sugar Refinery, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 

O'Donnell's whf, Stirling & Ahrens, agts. 
Chesapeake Wire Works, 60 s Calvert, Amos 

Price, propr. 
Chesebrough Andronicus, (Jas. G. Ramsay & 

Co.) 41 Fawn 
Chesebrough Isaac D. clerk, 41 Fawn 
Chesebrough Capt. Robert, 41 Fawn 
Chesebrough Robt. C. jr. mariner, 161 Saratoga 
Cheseldine Gerard R. 90 Mulberry 
Chesgreen Wm. J. coach painter, 239 n Caro- 
line 
Chesley John W. clerk, 86 Camden 
Chesley Wm. grocer, 432 w Lombard 
Chesney Benj. H. plasterer, lol s Chester 
Chesney Jesse F. printer, 100 s Eden 
Chesney Samuel, speculator, 38 e Eager 
Chesney Wm. F. carpenter, 88 Gongh 
Chesnut Calvin, (C, Townsend & Co.) 104 e 

Baltimore 
CHESNUT, TOWNSEND & CO. (W. C. sr., 
C. C, S. P. Townsend, L. W. Townsend,) 
whol. grocers and com. merchs. n w cor Pratt 
and South 
CHESNUT WASHINGTON R. coal,19j South, 

dw cor Charles and Lexington 
Chesnut Wm. sr. (C, Townsend & Co.) 104 e 

Baltimore 
Chesnut Wm. jr. 104 e Baltimore 
Cliester Darceiie, 171 Eastern av 
Chester Mrs. Plliza, laundress, 147 s Dallas 
Chester Lieut. E. N., U. S. A. Fort AlcIIenry 
Chester Geo. L. blacksuiith, 181 e Monument 
Chester Mary E. laundress, 147 s Dallas 
Chester Matilda A. laundress, 147 s Dallas 
Chester Mrs. Wilhelmina, 147 s Dallas 
Chester Wm. shoeing smith, 9 Pleasant, dw 11. 
Chesnut Mrs. Sarah, (S. 0. & Co.) 36 Spring 
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Chestnut Mrs. Samuel, 36 Spring row- 
Chestnut S. & Co. (Mrs. Sarah C, E. C. Marsh- 
all,) importers of corks, 38 s Calvert 
Cheston James & Son, (G. Cheston,) shipping 

merchants, cor Cable and Patterson 
Cheston Galloway, (Jas. C. & Son,) 315 Mad- 
ison av 
Cheverell Alexander B. 80 n Howard 
Cheverell Mrs. Alex. B. dressmk'r,80 n Howard 
Chew James W. clerk U. S. Court, dw 122 

Park av 
Chew Mrs. Lucy 162 n Howard 
Chew R. B. clerk, 159 w Lombard 
Chew Samuel P. clerk, 105 w Fayette 
Chew Dr. Samuel, prof, at University of Ma- 
ryland, 167 n Charles 
Chew Mrs. Dr. Samuel C. 167 n Charles 
Chew Wm. B. baggage master, 207 w Biddle 
Chichester Samuel R. clerk, 144 Harford av 
Chichester Mrs. Susan, 144 Harford av 
Chick Wm. blacksmith, 376 Saratoga 
Chickering Elbridge C. books, &c., 226 w 

Pratt and 175 Hanover, dw 226 w Pratt 
Chiffelle Judith, 247 n Eutaw 
Chiffelle Sophia G. 247 n Eutaw 
Chififelle Thomas P. clerk, 247 n Eutaw 



CHILD SAMUEL & CO. Wholesale 
and Retail Dealers and Importers 
of China, Glass, Table Cutlery, 
Plated Goods, Tin, Wooden and 
Japanned Wares, and House Fur- 
nishing Articles generally. No. 20 
N Charles st 

Child George F. photographer, 40 s High 
Child R. DeVVitt,clerk,secorCharlesand Eager 
Child Sarah D. dressmaker, 94 n Charles 
Child Mrs. Samuel, s e cor Charles and Eager 
CHILD SAMUEL, (Samuel C. & Co.) s e cor 

Charles and Eager 
Children's Aid Society, 72 n Calvert, W. C. 

Palmer, agent 
Childress Mrs Sarah E. 47 s Calhoun 
Childs Benj. E. bookkeeper, 343 w Fayette 
Childs Chas. salesman, 198 Madison av 
Childs Charles A. bricklayer, 46 Druid Hill av 
Childs Capt. Dan'l C. mariner, 50 s Broadway 
Childs Mrs. Elizabeth, 156 German 
Childs Edward W. confectioner, 694 w Balt'e 
Childs George T. confectioner, 444 w Lombard 
Childs John W. com. merchant, 92 Light-st 

whf, dw Arlington pi 
Childs J. W. livery stable, 3 Orchard, dw 165 

w Biddle 
Childs Lawrence, hackman. Union hotel 
Childs Samuel J. E. confectioner, 694 w Balt'e 
Childs Mrs. Sarah H. 694 w Baltimore 
Childs Wm. H. clerk, 420 w Fayette 



Childs Zechariab, 184 Orleans 

China Hall, over 543 and 545 w Baltimore, 

Simon Bolte proprietor 
Chinckel Philip, clerk, 124 William 
Chiont Mrs. Mary, lager beer, 322 Aliceanna 
Chiont John, furniture wagon, 322 Aliceanna 
Chipman Geo. (Geo. C. & Co.) 88 e Baltimore 
CHIPMAN GEORGE & CO. (George and M. 
M. Chipman,) wood and willow ware, fac- 
tory 2 Swan, and brush factory, 3 Mercer, 
office n e cor Calvert and Lombard 
Chipman Marcus M.(Geo. C. & Co.) and(Magne 

& Chipman,) 88 e Baltimore 
Chirmyer John M. carpenter, Gay opp. Point la 
Chisholm Amanda M. milliner, 218 s Charles 
Chisholm Henry, boiler maker, 218 s Charles 
Chisholm George H. clerk, 218 s Charles 
Chisholm Mary A. E. seamstress, 154 s Dallas 
Chisholm Dr. J. J. 67 n Charles.dw 247 n Eutaw 
Chisholm Sarah M. variety store 218 s Charles 
Chisholm James W. mariner. Eastern av near 

Choptank 
Ghism Richard, dry goods, 229 Lexington 
Chiveral James, mariner, 224 s Sharp 
Chopat George, clerk. Fountain hotel 
Chorb Francis, 135 h Howard 
Choupin Ambrose, wood finisher,22 Spring row 
Chreiner Luther, fireman, 287 Cathedral 
Chrisback Conrad, tailor, 1 Port 
Chrismer Mrs. Priscilla, doctress, 13 n Bond 
Chrisner Joseph, furn. wagon, 365 Franklin 
Chrisner Wm. potter, 159 Vine 
Chrispen John H. (Wm. A. Padgett & Co.) 23 

n Calvert 
Christ Church,Prot. Epis. cor Gay and Fayette 
Christ Church Asylum for female children, 27 

Garden 
Christ Mrs. Catherine, laundress, 271 Raborg 
Christ Henry, cabinetmaker, 113 Chew 
Christ Jacob, drayman, 96 Eastern av 
Christ Jacob, shoemaker, over 50 n Eutaw 
Christ John, cabinet maker, 16 Knox al 
Christ John, laborer, 6 Ramsay 
Christ Lawrence, laborer, over 316 s Bond 
Christ Wm. undertaker, 252 n Caroline 
Christanz Adam, carpenter, 82 Henrietta. 
Christhilf Mrs. Frances, 107 Penna av 
Christhilf George, lithographer, 124 n Pine 
Christhilf Henry B. clerk, 107 Penna av 
Christhilf Margaret A. 168 Pearl 
Christhilf Susan, teacher, 107 Penna av 
Christian Baptist Church, corPacaand Lom- 
bard 
Christian Charles M. clerk, 8 n Howard 
Christian Christopher, barkeeper, 48 e Lombard 
Christian Elizabeth, grocery, 287 Eastern av 
Christian Dr. J. Hunt, 117 n Pine 
Christian Wm. T. clerk, 118 w Fayette 
Christiani Wm. laborer, 93 Granby 
Christie Edward G. hardware, 789 w Balti- 
more, dw 546 w Fayette 
Christie James, mariner, 22 Cross 
Christie John F. painter, 70 Greenmount av 
Christie Wm. wagoner, 79 St. Peter 
Christopher Aquilla, puddler, 28 Gist 
Christopher Henry C. engineer, U. S. N. 618 

w Fayette 
Christopher James F. plasterer, 160 Vine 
Christopher James T. machinist,618 w Fayette 
Christopher John, police, 7 n Fremont 
Christopher Milton, painter, 9 Lovely la, dw 
284 e Madison 



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Christopher Joseph, grocery, 208 Lee 
Christopher Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 6 Eden ct 
Christopher Michael, blacksmith, 160 Columbia 
Christopher Nicholas, 618 w Fayette 
Christopher Oliver, salesman, 113 Conway 
Christopher R. W. clerk, 438 Penna av 
Christopher Thos. B. puddler, 132 Mullikin 
Christopher Thos. J. mariner, 6 Eden ct 
Christopher Thomas J. plasterer, 141 Conway 
Christopher Wesley, clerk, 208 Lee 
Christopher Wm. agent, 240 Saratoga 
Christopher Wollen Z. bookkeeper, 53 s Broad- 
way 
Christy Ann, scrubber, Maltby house 
Christy Henry, basketmaker, 66 Union 
Christy Michael, blacksmith, 14 Preston 
Chrvstal John, grocer, 226 n Gay 
Chubb Mrs. Caroline, 233 n Charles 
Chunn Wilbur T. clerk, 572 w Fayette 
Chuckley Wm. E. cooper, 49 s Howard 
Church AntUony, laborer, 11 Perry 
Church Edward J. lumber, s w cor Aisquith 

and Monument, dw 218 Aisquith 
Church Home and Infirmary, (Epis.) Broad- 
way bet Baltimore and Fayette 
Church James, bricklayer, 180 Bank 
Church Jas. A. junk, Dugan's whf, dw 79 Mc- 

Elderry 
Churches, (See Appendix.) 
Church of the Holy Innocence, cor Eden and 

Chase 
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Mosher 

betw Druid Hill av and Division 
Church Step'n D. liarnessmak.,436 w Lombard 
Church Thomas, waterman, 9 s Front 
Church Thomas, clerk, 246 Aisquith 
Church Wm. G. bootmaker, Harford av, nr 

Point la 
Churchill Lorey, silverplater, 25 Etting 
Cider Sebastian, shoemaker, 275 s Da,llas 
Cidler Joseph, laborer, 10 s Wolfe 
Cilly Joel, millwright, 77 n Caroline 
Cinger Philip, whitewasher, 264 n Eden 
Cinnamond & Browning, (G. R. C. jr., W. T. 
Browning, ) conveyancers and attorneys, 2 
Spurrier's ct 
Cinnamond Geo. R., jr., (C. .J' Browning,) n e 

cor Park and Mulberry 
Circus Henry, actor, 71 e Fayette 
Cissel Benj. C. hatter, 87 Mound 
Circuit Court of Baltimore Cit^-, first floor of 
Court House, Campbell W. Pinkney, judge, 
Jas. R. Brewer, clerk 
CITIZENS' FIRE INSURANCE, SECURITY 

AND LAND CO., 17 South 
Citizens' Ins. Co. of N. Y., agency 9 North 
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK, n e cor Pratt 

and Hanover 
CITY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 1st floor City 

hall 
CITY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, City Hall, 

3d floor 
CITY COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, 1st floor 

City Hall 
City Court of Baltimore, cor St. Paul and 
Courthouse la, T. Parkin Scott, judge, An- 
drew J. George, clerk 
CITY HALL, Holliday, nof Fayette, in which 
are the Mayor's office, City Collector's, Reg- 
ister's, Commissioner's, Appeal Tax Court, 
Comptroller's, City Surveyor's and Police 
Commissioners' 



City Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn., agency 

8^3 Second 
City Passenger Railway Go's blacksmith shop, 

cor Frederick av and Baltimore 
City Passenger R. R. Go's feed mills, 1 55 North 
CITY PASSENGER RAILWAY COMPANY, 

office n e cor Eutaw and Baltimore 
CITY POLICE AND FIRE ALARM TELE- 
GRAPH, office, old Citv Hall, n Holliday 
CITY REGISTER'S OFFICE, 2d floor City 

Hall 
City Yard, s side of basin 
Claar George, carter, 130 Front n of Foundry 
Clabaugh E. A. (C. & Harris,) 8 n Carey 
Clabaugh Fenton B. salesman. Fountain hotel 
Clabaugh Geo. W. wholes, liquors, 372 w Bal- 
timore, dw 6 Waverly terrace, n Carey 
Clabaugh & Harris, (E. A. C, G. W. Harris,) 

liquors, and distillers, 38 South 
Clabaugh John, painter, 230 Mulberry 
Clabaugh Wm. H. painter, 230 Mulberry 
CLABAUGH WM. H. proprietor Fountain 

hotel, 5 Light, dw 205 w Lombard 
Claby Andrew, clerk, 76 Hillen 
Claby Mrs. Honora, 76 Hillen 
Claby Luke F. (Barry & C.,) 76 Hillen 
Clackner Elizabeth, 32 n Eden 
Clackner James G. B., Sec. French Lloyds, 7 

Aisquith 
Clackner Capt. Joseph, marine surveyor, s w 

cor Gay and Lombard, dw 7 Aisquith 
Claggett Mrs. Eliza, 145 e Lombard 
Claggett John T. 145 e Lombard 
Claggett S.A.& Bro.(S.A. and J. T. Claggett,) 

gen. com. merchs., over li6 Light st whf 
Claggett Sam'l A.(S. A. C. cj- Bro.)95 s Eden 
Claggett Joseph E. and J. Wm. Walls, Drs. 17 

s Eutaw 
Claggett Thos. J. (Sam'l A.C. &Bro.)50 Barre 
Claggett Louis H. clerk, 153 Chatsworth 
Claggett Mrs. Mary, 257 Madison av 
Claggett' s Brewery, J. D. Danels, proprietor, e 

Lombard, cor Jones' Falls 
Claggett Mrs. Wm. 240 n Charles 
Claggett Wm. T. carter, 157 e Lombard 
Clampitt Elias, brass founder, 35 Park, dw 

496 Franklin 
Clampitt Wm. H. brass finisher, 64 George 
Clancy Jeremiah, packer, 213 n Eutaw 
Clancy John D. carpenter, 62 Decker 
Clancy Mrs. Mary, 213 n Eutaw 
Clapp Edwin (W. B. C. & Bro.) Gilmor house 
Clapp Francis A. hatter, 6 Jefferson 
Clapp Geo. C. hats. 110 n High, dw 6 Jefferson 
Clapp W. B. ^- Bro. ( W. B. <|- E. Clapp) cider 

and malt vinegar, 122 North 
Clapp W. B. (W. B. C. & Bro.) Gilmor house 
Clapsaddle Fr's, (C. & McFern, ) 148 Mulberry 
Clapsaddle & McFern, (F. C, Edw'd McFern,') 

blacksmiths, 12 Tessier 
Clare Anthony H. clerk, 135 Camden 
Claridge Daniel, plasterer, 32 Hughes 
Claridge George W. painter, 163 Hamburg 
Claridge Jas. R. (Loud, C. & Co.) 361 e Pratt 
Claridge Joseph H. 361 e Pratt 
Claridge John H. tinner, 72 s Eden 
Claridge Dr. Jos. S. 361 e Pratt 
Clark Adam H. painter, 33 n Exeter 
Clark Adam, 137 s Exeter 
Clark Albert, carpenter, 87 s Sharp 
Clark Albert, sawyer, cor Camden and Sharp 
Clark Alfred F. hatter, 71 Lexington 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AaENTS FOR 

RosenMe Cemeul and Plaster, 

21 SPEAKS WHARF. 



Clark Jlrs. Ann M. 7 McCulloh 
Clark Mrs. Ann, grocery, 87 Lexington 
Clark Annie, laundress, 147 Lexington 
Clark Augustus, blacksmith, s e cor Ridgely 
and Sterrett, dw n w cor Burgundy al and 
Sterrett 
Clark Augustus B. clerk. Decker nr Hoffman 
Clark Aug. B. clerk, 297 w Baltimore 
Clark Benj. shoemaker, 30 Curtis al 
Clark Benjamin D., Decker nr Hoffman 
Clark Benjamin, plasterer, 30 Curtis al 
Clark Benj. J. condensed milk, 98 McElderry 
Clark Bernhard, carpenter, 15 Pleasant, dw 

163 n Exeter 
Clark Carvil, jr. cooper, s w cor William and 

West 
Clark Catherine, 92 n Eden 
Clark Charles B. shipcarpenter, 198 s Ann 
Clark Chas. F. blacksmith, 259 Greenmountav 
Clark Charles H. safemaker, 94 Peach al 
Clark Charles J. furn. wagon, 31 Chatsworth 
Clark Charles, carter, 532 w Baltimore 
Clark Charles J. tinner, 33 n Exeter 
Clark Charles L. carpenter, 163 n Exeter 
Clark Charles, pilot, 110 s Bond 
CLARK & CUNNINGHAM, (S. E. C, W. R. 
Cunningham, J. C. Clark, ) liquor and com. 
merchants, 42 w Lombard 
Clark Daniel H. shoemaker, 6 Orleans* 
Clark Daniel, carpenter, 67 s Fremont 
Clark David A. gen'l agent, 11 South, dw 126 

Bolton 
Clark David, caulker, 258 Montgomery 
Clark Duncan, 7 McCulloh 
Clark Edward H. clerk, 45 Lexington 
Clark Edward L. (Keen & Co.) 38 s High 
Clark Edward D. iron moulder, 2U8 s Paca 
Clark Ella, trimmings, 258 Montgomery 
Clark Ellen M. 87 Lexington 
Clark Mrs. Elizabeth, Chatsworth nr Townsend 
Clark Jlrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, n e cor Sara- 
toga and Fremont 
Clark Mrs. Elizabeth P. seamstress, 141 Ham- 
burg 
Clark Mrs. Eva, 75 w Biddle 
Claik Francis P. attorney. 87 Second, dw 118 

Paul 
Clark Francis P. tinner, 556 w Pratt 
Clark Frank, (Murray, C. & Co.,) 144 s Sharp 
Clark Frederick, salesman, 30 e Pratt 
Clark Gabriel D. importer watches and jew- 
elry, cor Calvert and Water, dw 50 w Mon- 
ument 
Clark Gabriel D. jr. clerk, 50 w Monument 
Clark George A. mariner, 50 n Gilmor 
Clark George R. clerk, 83 e Pratt 
Clark George T. laborer. 99 Hamburg 
Clark George T. (Levin P. C. & Son,) Liberty 

road near city limits 
Clark George W. horses, 56 s Greene 
Clark Henry (Perry, C. & Co., ) 183 w Madison 



Clark Henry H. coachmaker, 80 n High 
Clark Hugh, huckster, 46 Front n of Foundry 
Clark Isabella, seamstress, 258 Montgomery 
Clark Mrs. Isabella, 258 Montgomery 
Clark James B. clerk, Decker nriloffman. 
Clark James B. clerk, 85 n Exeter 
Clark James, laborer, 40 Boyd 
Clark James A. laborer, 11 Preston 
Clark James, (Jas. C. & Co.) 48 Warren 
Clark James G. (W. G. Gardner & Co) 41 s 

Exeter 
Clark James, laborer, 61 s Durham 
Clark James, laborer, 242 Lemon al 
Clark James, mariner, 158 Gough 
Clark James, laborer, 18 s Front 
Clark James L. attorney, 45 St. Paul dw 17 

McCulloh 
Clark James G. jr., clerk, 41 s Exeter 
Clark James, lock manuf. 131 Lexington 
Clark James D. carpenter, 47 Chatsworth 
CLARK JAS. & CO. (J. C, B. Thornton, J. 

Cahill, ) Peoples' machine and boiler works, 

south side Basin 
Clark James S. carpenter, 163 n Exeter 
Clark James R. (M. B. C. & Bro.) 249 n Eutaw 
Clark John, engineer, 153 Montgomery 
Clark John, laborer, 176 Dover 
Clark Mrs. John, 44 n Charles 
Clark John, laborer, Mt. Royal 
Clark John S. ship carpenter, 158 e Pratt 
Clark John P. huckster, 173 n Spring 
Clark John W. restaurant, cor Harford av and 

Monument 
Clark John H. tailor, 260 n Howard 
Clark John H. cooper, 129 s Bond 
Clark John W. caulker, 258 Montgomery 
Clark John, nailer, 31 Chatsworth 
Clark John N. 284 e Monument 
Clark John, porter, 30 Hillen 
Clark John, carpenter, 71 s Fremont 
Clark John H. cooper, 129 s Bond 
Clark John W. wagoner, 77 J Eastern av 
Clark John, bricklayer, 166 Peirce 
Clark John, grocery, s w cor Gough and Castle 
Clark John K. sailmaker, 57 L. Montgomery 
Clark John L. driver, 166 n Spring 
Clark John T. flagman, 327 Cathedral 
Clark John C. (C. & Cunningham,) 295 n 

Caroline 
Clark John W. carpenter, 177 n Dallas 
Clark John W. carpenter, 31 s Poppleton 
Clark J. Everett, clerk, 45 Lexington 
Clark Jonathan T. sparmaker, 99 Hamburg 
Clark Joseph C. police, 185 Ensor 
Clark Levin P. & Son, (George T.Clark,) 

patent hydrants and pump manufs. over 44 
n Holliday 
Clark Levi, carpenter, 87 Mount 
Clark Levin P. 33 n Exeter 
Clark Lewis, (Lewis & C, ) 272 Park av 
Clark Lydia, 11 Low 
Clark Maggie, 135 s Ann 
Clark Mrs. Margaret S. dressmaker, over 118 

Lexington 
Clark Mrs. Martha, 18 s Strieker 
Clark Martin, peddler, 147 Lexington 
Clark Martin, laborer, 49 Haubert 
Clark Martin J. jr. clerk, 68 n Eutaw 
Clark Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 112 Green- 
mount av 
Clark Matthew B. (M. B. C. & Bro.) 272 w 
Fayette 



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Clark Mrs. Mary, 14 s Ann 

Clark Matthew B. & Bro. (M. B and J. R. 

Clark,) flour merchants, 40 n Howard 
Clark Matthew, bailiff, 143 s Ann 
Clark Michael, laborer, Hudson al s of Federal 
Clark Michael, carter, 13 L. Montgomery 
Clark Mrs. Nelson M., 67 St. Paul 
Clark Owen, switch tender, B. & 0. R. R. n e 

cor Ostend and Eutaw 
Clark Owen, laborer, 704 w Pratt 
Clark Philip R. Agt. Steamer Sue, Light-st 

whf. dw 149 Hanover 
Clark Capt. Ray S. 20 s Broadway 
Clark Rebecca, '5.5 s Sharp 
Clark Richard J. (Thomas C. & Bro.) 263 e 

Pratt 
Clark Richard J. clerk, 2fi3 e Pratt 
Clark Richard B. clerk, 83 e Pratt 
Clark Richard D. baker, 185 Aliceanna 
Clark Rich. M. coachpainter, 403 w Lombard 
Clark Richard, cooper, 299 Light 
Clark Richard M. steam laundry, 40 w Balti- 
more, dw 79 s High 
Clark Robert, conductor. Fountain hotel 
Clark Robert, 132 s Paca 
Clark Robert, carpenter, 432 e Monument 
Clark Robert H. mate, 110 Hamburg 
Clark Robert Y. machinist, Decker nr Hoffman 
Clark Samuel, bricklayer, 508 w Pratt 
Clark Samuel, clerk, 187 Druid Hill av 
Clark Samuel, patternmaker, 156 Aisquith 
Clark Mrs. Sarah, 198 s Ann 
Clark Mrs. Sarah. 156 Aisquith 
Clark Mrs. Sidney E. (C. & Cunningham) 295 

n Caroline 
Clark Mrs. Sophia J. boarding, 45 Lexington 
Clark Stephen N. carpenter, 242 e Fayette 
Clark Stevenson S. carpenter, 163 n E.xeter 
Clark Sylvester A. moulder, 432 e Monument 
Clark Sylvester, moulder, 1 2 Valley 
Clark Teresa E. 37 n Schroeder 
Clark Temperance J. 280 w Fayette 
Clark Thomas, hackman, 289 n Eutaw 
Clark Thomas, clerk, 40 Lexington 
Clark Thomas, 704 w Pratt 
Clark Thos. & Bro. (T. k Richard J. Q.) cop- 
persmiths, 237 s Wolfe 
Clark Thos. (T. C. & Bro.) 263 e Pratt 
Clark Thos. C. bookkeeper, 295 n Caroline 
Clark Thos. driver, 4 St. .Alary 
Clark Thos. F. finisher, 555 w Lombard 
Clark Thos. S. k Son, (Thos. S. & W. H. C.) 

sailmakers, 90 Dugan's whf 
Clark Thos. S. (Thos. S. C. k Son) 83 e Pratt 
Clark Thomas H. clerk, 19 Mullikin 
Clark Thos. S. bookkeeper, Third Nat. Bank, 

42 Lexington 
Clark Thomas, laborer, 35 Willow 
Clark Thomas, tinner, 243 Hollins 
Clark Timothy, huckster, 67 .James la 
Clark Wm. carjjenter, 292 n Eutaw 
Clark Wm. A. huckster, 253 e Madison 
Clark Wm. E. clerk, 311 e Eager 
Clark Wm. H. driver, 902 w Baltimore 
Clark Wm. H. carpenter, 43 s Republican 
Clark Wm. J. patternmaker, 156 Aisquith 
Clark Wm. H. restaurant, 411 w Baltimore.dw 

75 w Biddle 
Clark Wm. F. clerk, n e cor Harford av and 

Monument 
Clark Wm.T. shipcarpenter, 98 s Washington 
Clark Wm. H. ass't ed'r of Sun. 131 Mulberry 



Clark Wm. A. machinist, 12 n Republican 
Clark Wm. H. (Thos. S. C. & Son) 237 Druid 

Hill av 
Clark Wm. H. tinner, 77J Eastern av 
Clarke Addison, (Coulter & C.) 56 w Biddle 
Clarke Anthony, grocery, 191 Gongh 
CLARKE ASliUR, ladies' seminary, 61 Sara- 
toga, adj. Athenjeum, dw 2 McCulloh 
Clarke Dr. David M. cor Penna. av and Fre- 
mont, dw s w cor Townsend and Etting 
Clarke E.Agatha, teacher, 112 Greenmount av 
Clarke George, carpenter, 4 May 
Clarke Henry E. 56 w Biddle 
Clarke Dr. Henry, dentist, 176 n Eutaw 
Clarke .James B. 'clerk, 89 s Sharp 
Clarke James B. salesman, 84 n E.xeter 
Clarke James, furniture, 224 Lexington 
Clarke John, teacher, 92 s Ann 
Clarke John, rigger, 70 Block 
Clarke John G. (C. & Jones) 391 w Lombard 
CLARKE .j- JONES, (J. G. C, W.H. Jones) 

candy manuf. and fruits, 60 Light 
Clarke Jos. H. prof, of lang's, 645 wFayette 
Clarke Joseph W. clerk, 176 n Eutaw 
Clarke Martin, laborer, 49 Haubert 
Clarke Owen, druggist, cor Penna. av. and 

Fremont 
Clarke Patrick, stevedore, 49 Haubert 
Clarke Capt. Ray S. 20 s Broadway 
Clarke Robert A. grocer, 30 e Lombard 
Clarke Stephen N. carpenter, 342 e Fayette 
Clarke Sylvester, bonnet frame manuf. 79 Lex- 

CLARIv'e 4' TRUSCOTT, (Wm. W. C, C. 
Truscott) produce com. merch'ts, 61 s Gay 
Clarke Thomas, contractor, 667 w Fayette 
Clarke W. clerk, Fountain hotel 
Clarke Rev. Wm. F., Loyola college 
Clarke W. E. bookkeeper, 311 e Eager 
Clarke W. E. (Sullivan, C. k Co. )176 n Eutaw 
Clarke Wm. W. (C. & Truscott) 56 w Biddle 
Clarke Wm. T. shipjoiner, 36 Barre 
Clarkson Alfred, bricklayer, 97 n Central av 
Clarkson Edward H. N., (Joseph C. & Sons) 
135 n Calvert ^ , . 

Clarkson Eugene, ( Jos. C. &Sons)135 n Calvert 
Clarkson Franklin S. (Jos. C. k Sons) 135 n 

Calvert 
Clarkson George E. clerk, 97 n Central av 
Clarkson Geo. L. shoemaker, 97 n Central av 
Clark-son Joseph & Sons, (Joseph, Edward H. 
N., Franklin S. and Eugene Clarkson,) ma- 
chinists, 75 n Front 
Clarkson Jos. (Jos. C. ^ Sons) 135 n Calvert 
Clary Niinrod, carpenter, 13 s Oregon 
Clas Henry, laborer, 54 Stiles 
Claspy George W. locksmith, 470 Lexington 
Claspy James 11. machinist, 470 Lexington 
Claspy John, iron finisher, 470 Lexington 
Classen Benjamin H. 148 s Sharp 
Classen Fred'k W. 155 s Shar]) 
Classen Harman, flour and feed, 145 s Sharp 
Classen Henry W. k Co. (H. W. C, D. Sny- 
der) brickyard. Light st ext 
Classen H.W.( Henry W.C. c5-Co.)155 s Sharp 
Classical School for Boys, 78 Read, C. Powell 

Grady, principal 
Clatchey James, coachtrimmer, 133 Peirco 
Clatchey James M coachtrimmer, 133 Peirce 
Clathard John, laborer, 79 Ramsay 
Clatter Frank, laborer, 270 s Caroline 
Claus Edward C. tailor, 91 n Eden 



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COifMISSIO.V MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &.c. 

Aap:N'l'S FOR 

Rosetttole Gemeiit and Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S W HARF. 

Claus Emanuel, carpenter, 70 s Bethel 
Claus Fred'k, tailor, 11 Albemarle 
Claus Joseph, brewer, 1 12 s Castle 
Claus Philip, baker, 122 s Boad 
Claussen Christian, foundryman, 175 s Ana 
Claussen Herman, laborer, 8 Trinity 
Clautice Ann, dry goods, 111 Penna av 
Clautice Edward, plumber, 110 s Paca 
Clautice Francis, provisions, 69 w Pratt, dw 

144 e Eager 
Clautice George, sr. 141 Penna av 
Clautice George J. huckster, 32 Valley 
Clautice George, jr. carbuilder, 141 Penna av 
Clautice Henry, huckster, 17 Harford av 
Clautice Henry C. shipsraith, 191 n Eden 
Clautice John, huckster, Bethel nr Monument 
Clautice Joseph, tinner, 110 s Paca 
Clautice Peter F. bookkeeper, 110 s Paca 
Clautice Wm. F. clerk, 141 Penna. av 
Clautice William, coachmaker, 220 w Biddle 
Clavell Capt Edward, mariner, 301 e Lombard 
Clay George, laborer, 237 s Bethel 
Clay Oliver, clerk, 319 Franklin 
Clay Wm. C. morticer, 755 w Baltimore 
Claypoole George W. painter, 319 Saratoga 
Claypoolft Hannah, 50 n Republican 
Claypoole James,* clerk, 50 n Republican 
Claypoole Capt. James Y. court clerk, 423 n 

Central av 
Claypoole Capt. John, ass't weigher, C. H. dw 

423 n Central av 
Clayton Alfred S. butter depot, 82 Hanover, 

dw n w cor Liberty road and Gilmor 
Clayton Charles H. police, 7 s Washington 
Clayton Edward W. 126 l)ruid Hill av 
Clayton G. W. clerk. Fountain hotel 
Clayton George W. clerk, 268 w Baltimore 
Clayton Geo. W. mariner, 9 s Front 
Clayton James, bailiff tax dept. 57 George 
Clayton James W. clerk, 250 w Lombard 
/ Clayton John R. M. silversmith, 53 w Centre 
Clayton J. P. insp. cus. house, 250 w Lombard 
Clayton John T. carpenter, 165 e Madison 
Clayton Mrs. Josephine, confectionery, 53 w 

Centre 
Clayton Julius, exp. messenger, 250 w Lombard 
Clayton Theodore, asst. assessor, 12 Hollins 
Clayton Wm. S. bricklayer, 42 Dolphin 
Clazey Albert J. moulder, 299 s Paca 
Clazey George W. helper, 299 s Paca 
Clazey James, machinist, 163 Montgomery 
Clazey Mrs. Margaret, 163 Montgomery 
Clear James, clerk, 42 n Calvert 
Cleary Douglass M. (Owens & C.) •147 n 

Calvert 
Cleary John, laborer, 10 Foster al 
Cleary John, laborer, 716 w Pratt 
Cleary R. E. bookkeeper, 54 s Howard 
Cleary R. E. bookkeeper, 32 n Eutaw 
Cleary Thomas, laborer, 16 Mercer 
Cleary Thomas, sailmaker, 327 Eastern av 



Cleaveland Edwin R. (E. R. C. & Co.) 144 n 

Exeter 
Cleaveland E. R. & Co. (E. R. & S. Cleave- 
land) dry goods and notions, 103 n Gay 
Cleaveland Sylvester, (E. R. C. & Co.) 144 a 

Exeter 
Clegg James, 89 North 
Clemens Augustus D. jr. photographer, over 

73 w Baltimore 
Clemens James D. cooper, 259 e Madison 
Clement Rev. Henry, 490 Lexington 
Clement Thomas, copper smelter, 12 Clinton 
Clements James, clerk, 150 Hanover 
Clements John, jr. brirkraaker, 27 Gittings 
Clements John, sr. 27 Gittings 
Clements John C. 16G Gittings 
Clements John S. bailiff City Circuit court, 

111 Aisquith 
Clements John T. mate, 2 Williamson al 
Clements John W. mariner, 33 s Ann 
Clements John W. machinist, 320 Harford av 
Clements Philip J. gate keeper, Schuetzen 

Park, Belair av extended 
Clements Dr. Peregrine P. (Dr. J. J. Lawrence 

& Co.) 138 Park 
Clements Wm. carter, 42 Lemmon 
Clemm Laura, dressmaker, 71 e Monument 
Clemm Wm. E. watchman, Monument betw 

Aisquith and Stirling 
Clemm Wm. E. rope dealer, 206 e Monument 
Clemm Wm. E. jr. clerk, 206 e Monument 
Clemm Rev. Wm. T. D. 392 W. Fayette 
Clemment John B. mariner, 160 e Pratt 
Clemmons Mrs. Charlotte, 13 s Howard 
Clemson Wm. laborer, 215 s Broadway 
Clendenen Mrs. Mary A. milliner, 110 Lex- 

inoton 
Clendenen Wm. J. clerk, 110 Lexington 
Clendening Thos. R. (Hough, C. & Co.) Va 
Clendening Wm. (Hough, C. & Co.) Va 
Clendining W. T. clerk, 270 Hollins 
Clendinen Arthur, miller, 33 n Eden 
Clendinen Joseph, clerk, 13 s Bond 
Clendinen T. R. (C. & Wilson) 309 Linden av 
Clendinen Margaret A. teacher, 33 n Eden 
Clendinen Mrs. Susan, 33 n Eden 
Clendinen Thomas, 309 Linden av 
Clendinen Wm. gilder, 33 n Eden 
Clendinen Wm. J. clerk, 13 s Bond 
Clendinen Dr. Wm. H. 93 n Broadway 
Clendinen Wm. R. moulder and gilder, 33 n 

Eden 
CLENDINEN & WILSON, (T. R. C, C. G. 

Wilson. ) attorneys, 49 Lexington 
Clensen Richard, laborer, 115 Lancaster 
Clensen Samuel, mariner, 115 Lancaster 
Clensen Wm. mariner, 115 Lancaster 
Cleveland A. Jewell, music teacher, 211 Light 
Cleveland Joseph S. junk, 52 Thames, dw 

Baltimore countv 
Cleveland H. W. S. clerk, 97 Smith's whf 
Clickner Samuel A. shoe cutter, 191 Lee 
Cliffe Capt. John F. mariner, 64 s Caroline 
Clifford Bernard, teacher, 293 Eastern av 
Clifford Harry, shoe cutter, Hand house 
Clifford Mrs. Hannah, 148 German 
Clifford Mrs. Harriet, saleswoman, 222 Conway 
Clifford Col. H. B. 189 w Lombard 
Clifford John C. tinner, 293 Eastern av 
Clifford Mrs. Margaret, 421 w Pratt 
Clifford Sylvester, jr. 224 Conway 
Clifford Thomas E laborer, 293 Eastern av 



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Clifford Wm. carter, 180 Greenmount ar 

Clifford Wra. H. collector, 22 Pearl 

Clift Catherine, 273 e Madison 

Clift Mark A. G. clerk, 55 Hamburg 

Clift Mrs. Mary V. 55 Hamburg 

Clift Mrs. Sarah E. 55 Hamburg 

Clift Wm. V. clerk, 55 Hamburg 

Clifton Mrs. Alphonsa, boarding, 49 St. Paul 

Clifton Wm. machinist, Farmers' hotel 

Cline Anthony, brickmaker, 262 e Lombard 

Cline David L. salesman, Voshell house 

Cline Eli. moulder, G25 w Pratt 

Cline George H. patternmaker, 45 Warren 

Cline Hugh, engineer U. S. N. 79 McIIenry 

Cline Jacob C. pattern maker, 79 McHenry 

Cline John, laborer, 38 Walnut al 

Clinton David, mariner, 122 Thames 

Clinton Edward, laborer, 694 w Pratt 

Clinton Henry De W. bailiff Crnninal court, 

2 Townsend 
Clinton DeWitt, machinist, Wilkens nr Balto. 
Clinton John, laborer, 54 Fort av 
Clinton Margaret, grocery, 122 Thames 
Clinton Thos. L. telegraphist, 338 Saratoga 
Clinton Wm. cooper, 222 e Pratt 
Clipper Ferdinand, upholsterer, 192 s Bond 
Clipper Wm. sergeant police, 335 s Sharp 
Clisham Mrs. Catherine, 13 Front n of Foundry 
Clisham Mrs. Ellen, seamstress, 143 s Chapel 
Clisham Martin, laborer, 15 Buren 
Clishman Peter, huckster, 47 Chesnut 
Clishman Robert, laborer, 5 Ridgely 
Clishman Timothy, laborer, 51 Aliceanna 
Cloak James, laborer, 159 s Eden 
Cloak John, laborer, 18 Hillen 
Cloak John, laborer, 159 s Eden 
Cloak Philip, laborer, 159 s Eden 
Cloake Lawrence, laborer, 172 Ramsay 
Cloarty John T. laborer, 632 Light 
Clocker Hezekiah, carpenter, 198 n Broadway 
Clogg George H. clerk, 93 Hanover 
Clogg George S. bootmaker, 2 s Calvert, and 

159 w Pratt, dw 93 Hanover 
Oloney Robert, tailor, 92 York 
Cloonan Martin, laborer, 180 Raborg 
Cloonan Timothy, laborer, 50 Cooksie ' 
Clopein John, butcher, 5 Oxford 
Cloppel Harman, cabinetmaker, 153 s Charles 
Clopton Wm. S. 24 Courtland 
Close Alex. (Alexander C. cf Co.) 70 w Centre 
CLOSE ALEXANDER ^CO. (A. C, S. Wy- 

lie, ) dry goods com. merchants, 4 German 
Close Mrs. Barbara, 376 Lexington 
Close Jas. dry goods, 22 German, dvv 8 Barnet 
Close Margaret, huckstress, 37 Pearl 
Close Robert, moulder, 37 Pearl 
Clotworthy'Alexander, furniture, 76 n Howard 
Clotworthy Charles A. (C. ^ Co.) 222 Druid 

Hill av 
Clotworthy Edward F. clerk, 10 Irvin place 
CL(JTWOilTHY & CO. (Wm. P, & Cha's A 
Clotworthy, ) whole, druggists, 339 w Balti- 
more 
Clotworthy Geo. W. salesman, 76 n Howard 
(Jlotworthy Samuel, 7t; n Howard 
Clotworthy Wra. P. (C. & Co.) Catonsville 
Clotworthy Wm. laborer, 45 Marion 
Cloud IJenjamin, laborer, 166 n Spring 
CLOUD CHAS. F. restaurant, 415 w Haltimore 
Cloud Daniel, (Shipe, C. & Co.) 365 n Eutaw 
Cloud Laura M. 54 Columbia 
Clough James E. bookkeeper, 156 w Lombard 



Clough Martin V. B. salesman, 106 w Biddle 
Clowdsley John H. huckster, 132 Hanover 
Clowe John H. 25 n Poppleton 
Clowes Armistead V. clerk, 49 s Ann 
Cloyes Henry shoemaker, 64 s Sharp 
Clozey Martin, laborer, 20 Eastern av 
Club Wm. butcher, 77 Belair market, dw York 

road beyond toll gate 
CI u net Victor, sec'y American Fire Insurance 

Co., 234 n Howard 
Clunet Victor S. clerk, Gay opposite Point la 
Clyde Frank, laborer, 42 Front, n of Foundry 
Coachrider Andrew, laborer, 151 Aliceanna 
Coaday Michael, grocery, 78 East 
Coakley Brothers (M. & D. Coakley,) leather 

and shoe trimmings, 14 s Calvert 
Coakley Daniel, (C. Bros.) 183 Saratoga 
Coakley John, 35 n Front 
Coakley Michael, (C. Bros.) 35 n Front 
Coakley P. H. billbroker, over 4 South, dw 

247 n Howard. 
Coakley Wm. hostler, 6 Diamond 
Coale Alfred, brakesman, 6 s Republican 
Coale Catherine A. 15 McCulloh 
Coale E. P. coal agt. office 4 North, dw s e cor 

Saratoga and Paca 
Coale Mrs. Cassandra A. 51 McCulloh 
Coale E. H. dry goods, 190 Saratoga 
COALE GEORGE B. sect' y Merchants' Mutual 

Insurance Co., ofBce 58 Exchange place, dw 

2 i 5 Madison av. — [See Adverise' tfrciU. cover.'] 
Coale Mrs. Hetty, 39 n Gay 
COALE ISAAC, JR. & BRO. (I. C. jr., T. E. 

C., J. L. Bezeck,) com. merchants, notions, 

&c., 17 and 19 Hanover 
Coale Isaac, jr. (I. C. jr. &Bro.) Baltimore co 
COALE JAMES CAREY, agt for N. Y. Board 

of Underwriters and Lloyd's, 56 Exchange 

pi, dw cor Madison av and Lanvale 
Coale Rev. James J., 256 e Baltimore 
Coale John, cooper, 378 s Charles 
Coale Joseph M. foreman, 47 w Biddle 
Coale Mrs. Josephine, 11 Harford av 
Coale Misses K. & J., 15 McCulloh 
Coale S. H. clerk, 51 McCulloh 
Coale Thomas E. (Isaac C. jr. & Bro.) 47 Mc- 
Culloh 
Coale Wm. E. jr. bookkeeper First Nat. Bank, 

Catonsville, Baltimore co 
Coates & Bros. (Geo. W. P. Dr. C. E. and I. 

P. Coates,) props. Locust Pt. Rolling Mills 
Coates Dr. C. E. (C. & Bros.) 189 St. Paul 
Coates Mrs. George A. huckstress, 44 Diamond 
Coates Geo. W. P. (C & Bros.) 31 Cathedral 
Coates I. Pennock, (C. & Bros.) 341 e Pratt 
Coates Israel B. blacksmith, 154 Harford av 
Coates James A. confectioner, 54 w Baltimore 
Coates James J. clerk, 54 w Baltimore 
Coates John, lumber merch. and prest. Union 

Fire Ins. Co., 355 w Pratt, dw 262 w Lombard 
Coates Robert E. painter, 5 n Sharp, dw 173 

Barre 
Coath Mrs. Maria, 44 e Lombard 
Coath Wm. bookkeeper, 44 e Lombard 
Cobl) Mrs. Anna, dressmaker, 153 s Fremont 
(;pl>b Chas. H. bookkeeper, 109 Mulberry 
Cobb Clarence F. clerk, 31 n Liberty 
Cobb Edward R. E. (Rex, Higgins & Co.) 31 

n Liberty 
Cobb Geo. F. (Conradt & C.) 359 w Fayette 
Cobb Josiah, 31 n Liberty 
Cobbs Rashe, blacksmith, 43 President 



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AOKNTS FOR 

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Cobell Mrs. Mary, boarding, 442 w Lombard 
€oberg B. G. (Webster & C.) 2'70 s Sharp 
Coberth Lloyd H. engineer, 169 Montgomery 
Coblens Bernard, clerk, 127 German I 

Coblens Charles (Shwab, Frank & Co.) Ca- 

tonsville 
Coblens Felix, clerk, 141 German 
Coblens & Keyser, (L. C, H. Keyser,) boots 

and shoes, 180 Lexington and 37 n Eutaw 
Coblens Lazarus, 128 German 
Coblens Lewis of Chas., clerk, 127 German 
Coblens Lewis, (C. & Keyser,) 139 German 
Coblenz Bro. & Co. (S. and D. Coblenz, Wm. 

Johnson,) horses, 3 n Paca 
Coblenz Daniel, (C, Bro. &Co.) 87 Columbia 
Coblenz Samuel (C, Bro. & Co.) 141 German 
Cobrera Francis, mariner, 35 e Baltimore 
Coburn Cornelius, stonemason, 40 Albemarle 
Coburn E. F. variety store, n e cor Bond and 

Pratt 
Coburn George, attorney, 47 St. Paul, dw 58 

Buren 
Coburn Henry, brickl'r, n e cor Bond and Pratt 
Coburn Mrs. James, 19 n Gay 
Coburn John, stonemason, 58 Buren 
Coburn Mrs. Susan, 129 Dolphin 
Coburn Thomas, stonemason, 58 Buren 
Coburn Wm. H. bricklayer. 111 McElderry 
Cochran Andrew, sexton, 30 Constitution 
Cochran Annie L. saleswoman, 8 Ramsay 
Cochran Mrs. Carrie, 208 German 
Cochran Cornelius, laborer, 60 Cooksie 
COCHRAN & CO. (J. E. C, W. Abrahams,) 
ice dealers, 138 s Exeter, 200 West Falls av 
and 206 w Fayette 
Cochran Daniel, laborer, 547 Saratoga 
Cochran Mrs. Emma L. 13 Aisquith 
Cochran George W. clerk, 18 Holland 
Cochran Harry W. (Cunningham &; C.) 163 

w Hoffman 
Cochran James E. (C. & Co.) 18 Holland 
Cochran Jno. E. (Johnson, C. & Co.)20 Holland 
Cochran John, laborer, 24 Block 
Cochran John, laborer, 40 n Broadway 
Cochran John, coremaker, 738 w Baltimore 
Cochran Martin, laborer, 1 President 
Cochran Presley N. clerk, 13 Aisquith 
Cochran Richard M. boots and shoes, 45 s Carey 
Cochran Sam'l H. clerk, John nr McMechin 
Cochran Thos. A. (Johnson, C. & Co ) 30 Ais- 
quith 
Cochran Thos. A. cedar ware, 165 w Hoffman 
Cochran Thomas J. 165 w Hoffman 
Cochran Wm. F. 301 Madison av 
Cochran Wm. J. moulder, 105 Hollins 
Cocke N. T. salesman, 270 w Baltimore 
COCKEY & CO. (John G., Wm. H. and Geo. 
B. Cockey, ) lumber com. merchs. n e cor 
Canton and East Falls avs 
Cockey C. W. 83 n Calvert 
Cockey Geo. B. (C. & Co.) Baltimore co 



Cockey Dr. J. C. 2 s Exeter 
Cockey James, porter, 23 Buren 
Cockey John C. police, 188 George 
Cockey John G. (C. k Co.) Baltimore co 
Cockey Mrs. Mary, 188 George 
Cockey Richard, clerk, 188 George 
Cockey Wm. H. carpenter, 330 Saratoga 
Cockey Wm. H. (C. & Co.) Baltimore co 
Cockey Wm. P. C. salesman. Mansion house 
Cockner August, cabinetmaker, 246 s Sharp 
Cockrem Geo. D. law student, 520 w Fayette 
CockriU Dr. J. J. 23 s Broadway 
Codd Benjamin, butcher, 547 e Fayette 
Codd Edward J. & Co. (E. J. C, Wm. S. 
Cowpland,) engineers and machinists, 259 s 
Caroline 
Codd Edward J. (E. J. C. & Co.) 80 s Edeu 
Codd Mrs. Eliza A. 92 s Bond 
Codd John, clerk, 3 e Monument 
Codd Simon, laborer, 3 e Monument 
Codd Wm. C. clerk, 92 s Bond 
Coddington Mrs. Harriet, 36 n Poppleton 
Codet Jos. R. dancing master, 26 Spring Row 
Codey John, drayman, 45 s Frederick 
Codey Martin, shoemaker, 19 New Church 
Codori John A. butcher, 123 Centre and 48 

Belair markets, dw 89 Greenmount av 
Coe Andrew, super phosph. lime, 261s Howard, 

dw Fountain hotel 
Coe Alex. B. student, 495 Lexington 
Coe Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 286 Aisquith 
Coe Wm. clerk, 131 Hudson 
Coe James, carpenter. Farmers' hotel 
Cofran James, machinist, 83 St. Peter 
Coffay John, laborer. Cathedral ext 
Coffay John, hackman, 5 Morris al 
Coffay Thomas, keeper of hacks, s w cor Eager 

and Morton al 
Coffee Patrick, hackdriver, 278 Aisquith 
Coffey Mary, seamstress, 7 Plowman 
Coffield John, laborer, 873 w Pratt 
Coffin Capt. Charles E. mariner, 97 s Ann 
Coffroth Edwin M. clerk, 451 w Baltimore 
Coffroth Geo. R. (Geo. R. C. & Co.) 221 Mad- 
ison av 
COFFROTH GEO. R. k CO. (G. R. Coffroth,) 
com. merch's and dealers in tobacco, cigars 
and snuff, 330 w Baltimore 
Coggins Charles, ice cream, 146 e Monument 
Coggins David, paper carrier, 46 Greenm't av 
Coggins George, carter, 46 Greenmount av 
Coggins Jas. butter dealer, 54 Greenmount av 
Coggins John W. paper carrier, 216 e Fayette 
Coggins John, hay dealer, 1 McKim, dw 39 

Greenmount av 
Coggins John H. letter carrier, 39 Greenm'tav 
Coggins Mrs. Martha A. confectionery, 146 e 

Monument 
Coggins Rev. Thomas, agt. Asso'n Imp. Con- 
dition Poor, 54 Greenmount av 
Coggins Wm. paper carrier, 376 e Monument 
Coghlan Edw'd, clerk, 39 Hillen 
Coghlan Jane, dressmaker, 39 Hillen 
Coghlan Richard, clerk, 39 Hillen 
Cogni Lorenzo, musician, 63 President 
Cogswell Geo. A. carpenter, 63 n Poppleton 
Cogswell James, hat raanuf. 279 e Monument 
Cohan Lewis. 120 s High 
Cohee Mitchell H. clerk, 34 w Pratt 
Cohen Mrs. Biene, 82 n Eden 
Cohen Benj. (A. B. Sulzbacher cj- Co.) 176 
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Cohen I-:ieazer, (M. C. & Sons, ) 29 s Eutaw 
Cohen F>iii.inufl, clothier, 5 and 7 Second 
Colien Mrs. F. G. clothing, 6 and 8 Harrison 
Cohen Herman, conim. agt. s w cor Charles 

and Fayette, Aw 11 n Eutaw 
Cohen Herman, salesman, 8 Harrison 
Cohen Israel, stock broker, 7 South, dw 195 

St. Paul 
Cohen Jacob L. bookkeeper, 232 Saratoga 
Cohen Jacob I. attorney, 51i| St. Paul, dw 

115 n Charles 
Cohen Jacob I. jr., pres't Baltimore Fire In- 
surance Co. dw 115 n Charles 
Cohen Ur. Joshua I. 115 n Charles 
Cohen Louis, tailor, 221 Light 
Cohen Lewis J. 232 Saratoga 
Cohen Moses, (M. C. & Sons,) 157 Lexington 
Cohen Moses & Sons, (M., E. & S. Cohen, 
A. I.Oppenbeim, )dry goods, 269 w Baltimore 
Cohen Mendez I. 115 n Charles 
Cohen S. (Joel Gutman & Co.) 188 w Lombard 
Cohen Raphael, clerk, 74 n Central av 
Cohen Sam'l, peddler, 164 s Regester 
Cohen Sam'l, tailor, 74 s Central av 
Cohen Simon L. dry goods, 139 n Gay, dw 

232 Saratoga 
Cohen Simon, dry goods, 185 n Gay 
Cohen Solomon, (M. C. &Sons, ) 157 Lexington 
Cohl Conrad, carter, 14 Baker's ct 
Cohn Adolph. clerk, 49 Hanover 
Cohn Harris, laborer, 230 Canton av 
Cohn Henry P. dry goods, 201 s Bond 
Cohn Mrs. Hannah, syrups, 174 e Baltimore 
Cohn L. china, glass and plated ware, 73 w 

Baltimore. — [See p. 24 Advertisements.'} 
Cohn Lewis, tailor, over 80 Centre Market sp 
Cohn ^loritz G.sec. People's Fire Ins. Co. 190 

Pearl 
Coin Michael, laborer, 9 Cuba 
Coker Geo. T. carpenter, 306 Mulberry 
Colbert Aug. F. (C. & Sert,) 25 n Exeter 
Colbert Edward, laborer, 59 York 
Colbert James A. shipsmith, 295 e Lombard 
Colbert Julia, dressmaker, 173 n Eutaw 
Colbert Lewin R. sec'y and treas. Balto. Cem- 

etry Co. 112 w Fayette ► 

Colbert Capt. Levin, mariner, 329 e Baltimore 
Coli)ert Mrs. Sarah P. 183 Aisquith 
Colbert & Sert, (A. F. C, Henry Sert,) com. 

produce and grain, 103 McElderry's whf 
Colburu Dr. A. W. 166 s Paca 
Colburn Mrs. A. M. trimmings,438 w Lexington 
Colburn E. W. teacher, 166 s Paca 
Colburn Dr. H. dentist, 78 n Paca 
Colburn Julia M. 293 w Fayette 
Colliurn Rollinson, clerk, 78 n Paca 
Colder Edward, machinist, 124 s Wolfe 
Colder John, woodsawyer, 27 Walnut al 
Cole A. C. bookkeeper, 77 e Pratt 
Cole A. Cornelius, clerk, 92 n Pine 
Cjle Annie, 33 Hamilton 
Cole Beiij. 57 n Spring 

Cole B. F.(Adams,C.,Price&Co.)190n Eutaw 
Cole Charles, laborer, 37 Centie Market sp 
ColeClias. F. A. bookkeeper, ne cor Anthony 

and Caroline 
Cole Chas B. carpenter, 10 n Wolfe 
Cole Chas. E. police, 52 Holland 
Cole Cornelius H. dairy, 92 n I'inc 
Cole (Jhristopher L. laborer, 56 L. Hampstead 
Cole Cornelius M. 267 Lexington 
Cole David, carpenter, 87 n Poppleton 



Cole Elias, carpenter, 128 n Exeter 
Cole Edward H. miller, 128 Johnson 
Cole Fannj', 51 Josephine 
Cole Francis, rags, 43 Lewis 
Cole F. 0. clerk, 243 n Eutaw 
Cole F. Carter, (Booker & Co.) 62 n Greene 
Cole George A. carpenter. 249 e Pratt 
Cole Geo. B. (Pope & C.) 243 n Eutaw 
Cole Geo. H. pilot, Lombard 1 door e of Ches- 
ter 
Cole George, carpenter, 128 n Exeter 
Cole& Gilpin, (L. H. C, A. G. Gilpin,) fruit- 
erers and confec'rs, s w cor Light and Lom- 
bard 
Cole George W. junk, 68 Greenmount av 
Cole Henry C. painter, 77 Hollins 
Cole Henry, oyster dealer, 252 e Monument 
Cole H. H. salesman, 155 w Biddle 
Cole Hiram, boarding, 76 Aisquith 
Cole James, restaurant, 240 s Broadway 
Cole James, bricklayer, 239 Peirce 
Cole James, brakesman, 52 s Schroeder 
Cole Rev. James J. 256 e Baltimore 
Cole James, painter, 102 Hamburg 
Cole Jas. W. supt. mail, Sun office, 89 e Fayette 
Cole Mrs. Jane, confec'y, 86^ Hanover 
Cole Jarrett, 80 s Exeter 

Cole Jesse C. watchman B.&.O.R.R.586W Pratt 
Cole John A. clerk, 62 n Greene 
Cole John, cooper, 378 s Charles 
Cole John, laborer, 2 Bolton al 
Cole Jno.H. (Howard, C.&Co.)lll wMonument 
Colo John R. carpenter, 494 Lexington 
Cole John R. grocer, 50 and 52 n Eutaw, dw 

62 n Greene 
Cole John H. laborer, 10 Scott 
Cole John T. officer Md. Penitentiary, 46 e 

Eager 
Cole John H. laborer, 25 May 
Cole John, laborer, 34 Barnes 
Cole John W. tinner, 39 Jackson 
Cole Joshua, bricklayer, 402 w Lombard 
Cole Joshua, tinner, 77 Hollins 
Cole Joseph, carpenter, 127 Druid Hill av 
Cole Leander, clerk, 62 n Greene 
Cole Lewis H. prest. Baltimore Co. Dairy As- 
sociation, dw Baltimore co 
Cole Lewis Hiram, (C. & Gilpin,) 86 s Paca 
Cole Lewis M. gen'l ticket agt. B. & 0. R. R. 

Co. dw 201 w Lombard 
Cole Mrs. Mary J. grocery, 89 e Fayette 
Cole Mrs. Mary Jane, 173 Stirling 
Cole Martha, 91 n Broadway 
Cole Matilda, 26 n Oregon 
Cole Dr. Merryman, office 86 n Exeter, dw 102 
Cole Michael junk dealer, 12 Forrest 
Cole Patrick, laborer, 34 Jew al 
Cole Pennock J. driver, 15 Henrietta 
Cole Philip, shipjoiner, 76 Gough 
Cole Philip, wheelwright, 08 n Schroeder 
Cole Robert, machinist, 91 n Amity 
ColeSabathiel, hay, kc, 127 AValsh 
Cole Samuel C. sheet iron worker, 106 n Bond 
Cole Samuel H. tinner, 171 n Eden 
Cole Mrs. Sarah, 23 s Carey 
Cole Selah, carpenter, 128 n Exeter 
Cole Wm. H. (Spear & C, ) 3 n Front 
Cole Wm. H. agt. Md. State Bible Society, 318 

n Eutaw 
Cole Wm. H. reporter, 37 n Gay 
Cole Wm. L. plasterer, 285 e Madison 
Cole Wm. P. huckster, 12 Ramsay 



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AOKNIS FOR 

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Cole Wm. R. & Co. (Wm. R. and Wm. P. Cole, 
Wm. T. Brigham,) wholesale dealers in 
hats, caps and straw goods, 30 s Sharp 
Cole Wm. R. ( Win. R. C. ^ Co.) 230 n Calvert 
Cole Wm. P. ( Wm. R. C. # Co.) 243 n Eutaw 
COLE WM. H. hardware com. merchant, 17 

s Charles, dw 75 Cathedral 
Cole Wm. R. (Wales & Co.) 153 n Paca 
Cole Wm. V. sugar refiner, 30 Morton al 
Colehan Mrs. Bridget, 13 Fall 
Colebour Frederick A. police, 4 s Calhoun 
Colehouse Mrs. Susan A. 98 L Montgomery 
Colein John, carpenter, 487 w Pratt 
Colein John F. engineer, 260 Battery av 
Colein Thos. R. clerk city passenger R. R., 491 

w Pratt 
Colein Wm. H. carpenter, 81 Warner 
Coleman Mrs. Ann, 509 n Gay 
Coleman Mrs. Anna, tailoress,120 Burgundy al 
Coleman Anthony, laborer, 114Cooksie 
Coleman Alexander, stonecutter, 16 Wyetb 
Coleman Annie E. teacher, 259 n Eden 
COLEMAN k BAILEY, (G-. 'A. C, E. Bailey,) 

shipchandlers, 105 and 107 Thames 
Coleman & Co.(M. Coleman, )grocers and com. 

merchants, s w cor Franklin and Paca 
Coleman Mrs. Chapman, 131 n Charles 
Coleman Chas. L. mariner, 274 Canton av 
Coleman Chas. R. cashier National Mechanics' 

Bank, 58 w Biddle 
Coleman Charles R. jr. coal and wood, 3 North 

dw 58 w Biddle 
Coleman Chas. R. H. boilermaker, 228 Lee 
Coleman Chas. salesman, 93 s Regester 
Coleman Chas. painter, 597 w Lombard 
COLEMAN & DRAKELEY, (George E. C, 
Thos. Drakeley, )com. meres. 106 w Lombard 
Coleman Edw. pump maker, 129 Gough 
Coleman Edward, laborer, 74 Hamburg 
Coleman Edw'd B. watchman, 2 Andre 
Coleman Mrs.Eliza'h A.fancy goods, 153 e Pratt 
Coleman Ellis, cordwainer, 186 Orleans 
Coleman George, shoefitter, 17 Orchard 
Coleman Mrs Gerzena, 259 n Eden 
Coleman Geo. E. (C. & Drakeley,) 4 s Gilmor 
Coleman Geo. A. (C. ^ Bailey,) 307 e Balti- 
more 
Coleman Henry C. painter, 364 Ostend 
Coleman Henry, grocery, 14 Tyson 
Coleman Hubbard, blacksmith, Falls road, nr 

toll-gate 
Coleman James, laborer, 11 Cambridge 
Coleman James P. butcher, 218 Battery av 
Coleman James T. brushmaker, 28 Dewberry al 
Coleman Jas. H. cigarmaker, 351 e Monument 
Coleman James, hackman, 16 s High 
Coleman John A shoemaker, 199 Lexington 
Coleman John, clerk, 186 Orleans 
Coleman Joseph, bricklayer, 127 s Regester 
Coleman John S. carpenter, 24 Laurel 
Coleman John W. carpenter, 14 Mosher 



Coleman John, trunkmaker, Franklin Inn 
Coleman John T. (C. ^- Taylor) 16 McElderry 
Coleman Lewis H. engineer, 365 Franklin 
Coleman Mary, 127 s Fremont 
Coleman Mary A. E confectionery, 12 vsr Pratt 
Coleman Mrs. Martha, books and newspapers, 

127 s Fremont 
Coleman Michael, operator, 3 State 
Coleman Morgan, (C. & Co.) 94 n Paca 
Coleman Noah, coal oil dealer, 1 1 Jefferson 
Coleman Patrick, harnessmaker, 21 Scott 
Coleman Richard, blacksmith, 281 e Pratt 
Coleman Richard, blacksmith, 672 w Pratt 
COLEMAN & ROGERS, (J. C Rogers, )chem- 

ists and druggists, 173 w Baltimore 
Coleman Royal B., cond'tr, 390 w Lombard 
Coleman Mrs. Sarah, 24 Laurel 
Coleman Samuel, shipsmith, 76 s Ann 
Coleman Samuel G. shoemaker, 509 n Gay 
Coleman Summerfield, papercarrier, 127 s Fre- 
mont 
Coleman Saulsbury, butcher, 224 William 
Coleman Thos. (C. k Wilkinson,) 73 s Ann 
Coleman Thos. carpenter, 106 s Regester 
Coleman ^ Taylor, (John T. C, Samuel G. 

Taylor,) boilermakers. West Falls avenue 

near Pratt-st. bridge 
Coleman Mrs. Virginia F. 82 Mulberry 
Coleman & Wilkinson (Thos. C, Samuel H. 

Wilkinson,) iron, metals, &c., n w cor Ann 

and Lancaster 
Coleman Wm. A. clerk, 60 Barre 
Coleman Wm. W. bookkeeper, Nat. Farmers 

and Planters' Bank, McCuUoh ext 
Coleman Wm. W. wood, 79 William 
Coles Wm. 28 n Liberty 
COLES BROS., (John A. K., Wm. Coles, jr.) 

shoe manuf'rs, over282j w Pratt 
Coles John A. Kirk, (C. Bros.)60 n Broadway 
Coles Wm. jr., (C. Bros.) 28 n Liberty 
Colestock John H. carpenter, 152 n Pine 
Colfer John, carpenter, 360 e Monument 
Colfert Martin, laborer, 125 Peirce 
Colfert Wm., laborer, 91 Harrison, Canton 
Colfiesh George B., coachmaker, 101 German, 

dw 364 w Fayette 
Colford Patrick, laborer, 134 Harford av ^ 
Colgan Margaret, seamstress, 50McMechin 
Colhafer Adam, boilermaker, 35 Goodman al 
Colhouer Fred'k A. police, 4 s Calhoun 
Colhouer Mahala, nurse, 12 Lanvale 
Colinski Laura, shoes, 533 w Baltimore 
Colison Mrs. Sarah A. fancy goods, n e cor 

Lombard and Ann 
Colison Thos. W. house carpenter, 34 s Ann 
Coligan Patrick, machinist, Black Horse hotel 
Coll John, carpenter, 153 Mulberry 
Coll Edward J. clerk, 153 Mulberry 
Colladay Chas. R. provision,, produce and but- 
ter dealer, s e cor Fayette and Republican 
Colladay Joseph S., provisions, necorFajette 

and Schroeder 
COLLARS CHARLES, tobacconist, 52 Light, 

dw 22 Mosher 
College Lewis, porter, 28 Biddle al 
Collenberg Theodore, grocery, 89 Gough 
Collett Benjamin, weigher C. H., 35 e Lombard 
Collett George W. huckster, 67 s High 
Collett Thomas, carpenter, 24 Carlton 
Collett Thomas E. weigher, 44 e Lombard 
Collett Wm. A. carpenter, 128 Ensor 
Colley Alfred, carpenter, Chappell nr Penna av 



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Colley Mrs. Jane, Cbappell nr Penna av 
Collej J. W. (Deaa & C.) Washington, D. C 
Colley John W. carpenter and builder, rear 

324 Hollins, dw n w cor Strieker and Hollins 
Colley Patrick, laborer, 9 Pleasant al 
Colley Wm. H. carpenter, G4 Raborg 
Colley W. W. conductor, 02 Fawn 
Collier Ann M. tailoress, 93 Boyd 
Collier Donald R. (C. & Riordon,) 23 Barre 
Collier Henry, city inspector gas meters, 68 

Ridgely 
Collier Henry, blacksmith, 410 vv Lombard 
Collier John,' mariner, 223 Bank 
Collier & Riordon, (D. R. C, T. Riordon,) li- 
quors, 202 Light 
Collier Walter, tavern, 22 William 
Collier Wm. James, blacksmith, 69 n High 
Collin John, laborer, 30 Ryan 
Collings Wm. R. butcher, 115 Centre and 91 

Belair markets, dw Point la nr Greenmount 

cemetery 
Collins Alfred, mariner, 16 President 
Collins Benj. confectionery, s e cor Baltimore 

and Poppleton, dw 54 s Poppletoa 
Collins Mrs. Caroline, 160 s Fremont 
Collins Chas. H. 62 s Exeter 
Collins Chas. S. (C. & Heath,) 385 w Lombard 
Collins Mrs. Eliza, tailoress, 146 s Caroline 
Collins Mrs. Elizabeth, laundress, 59 Lancaster 
Collins Elizabeth, tailoress, 5 George 
Collins Mrs. Eveline, 62 s Exeter 
Collins Francis, carter, 498 Light 
Collins Francis, blacksmith, 119 Harford av 
Collins Francis, brickmaker, 103 West 
Collins Geo, tinner. 160 s Fremont 
Collins George, huckster, 32 Shakspear 
Collins George R. huckster, 180 Gough 
Collins Dr. Geo. T. office 42 Richmond, dw 46 
Collins Geo. T. D. puddler, 133 Hudson 
Collins Geo. W. shipsraith, 2G s Chester 
Collins Geo. W. wagoner, 156 n Spring 
Collins Geo. W. huckster, 169 w Hoffman 
Collins Geo. H. painter, 311 Eastern av 
Collins Henry A. tinner, 69 Dawson al 
Collins Henry, brickmaker, 490 Light 
Collins Henry, carpenter, 277 Druid Hill'av 
Collins Henr^', laliorer, 24 Fort av 
COLLINS & HEATH, (C. S. C, E. S. Heath,) 

furnace manufs, .22 Light 
Collins Honora, confectionery, 121 Chesapeake 
Collins James, tinner, 14 w Fayette 
Collins James, laborer, 83 Preston 
Collins James, watchman C. H. 256 Bank 
Collins John, clerk, 68 Harford av 
Collins James E. 62 s Exeter 
Collins Jeremiah, bricklayer, 89 Druid Hill av 
Collins Jeremiah, porter, 2 Smith 
Collins J. W. clerk, 11 Penna av 
Collins John, laborer, 30 Ryan 
Collins John H. trunkmaker, 2 New Church 
Collins John II. II. trunkmaker, 146 s Caroline 
Collins John, 119 Harford av 
Collins John M. drover, 690 w Pratt 
Collins John 0. clerk, 43 Druid Hill av 
Collins John, laborer, 18 Mosher 
Collins John, laborer, 34.") Penna av 
Collins Joseph, laborer, 11 Abbott 
Collins Joseph P. canmaker. 01 Henrietta 
Collins Rev. Joseph S. 28 w Baltimore 
Collins Joseph, brickmaker, 403 Light 
Collins Joseph T. clerk, 170 s Paca 
Collins Levi, cooper, 49 L. Montgomery 



Collins Mrs. Margaret, 29 Harrison 
Collins Mrs. Martha, 170 s Paca 
Collins Martin, laborer, rear 156 Hughes 
Collins Mrs. Mary J. 195 s Paca 
Collins Mrs. Mary. 279 w Lombard 
Collins Michael, laborer, over 155 Light 
Collins Patrick, laborer, 20 President 
Collins Patrick, grocer, 53 President 
Collins Patrick, jr., laborer, Lefferman's ct 
Collins Patrick J. clerk, 345 Penna av 
Collins P. J. laborer, 1 1 n Oregon 
Collins P. J. clerk, 322 w Baltimore 
Collins P. & S. grocers, 84 Ensor, dw .=ame 
Collins Patrick J. coachmaker, 2 Smith 
Collins Peter, laborer, 63 Chesnut 
Collins Peter, furniture, 27 Harrison 
Collins Philip J. puddler, 131 Hudson 
Collins Robert, carpenter, 307 Mulberry 
Collins Mrs. Rebecca, 30U w Fayette 
Collins Reuben H. engineer, 170 s Paca 
Collins Sarah A. 50 n Charles 
Collins Dr. Stephen, 36 n Calvert 
Collins Thomas L. mariner, 49 L. Montgomery 
Collins Thomas J. carpenter, 316 Franklin 
Collins Thomas E. B. clerk, 14 n Eutaw 
Collins Wm. A. mariner, 29C Johnson 
Collins Wm. H. engineer, 46 s Schroeder 
Collins Wm. laborer, 174 Vine 
Collins Wm. Y. veterinarian, 174 Pearl 
Collins Wm. R. butcher, Poin^ la nr Aisquith 
Collins Wm. H. attorney, 34 St Paul, dw 36 n 

Calvert 
Collins AVm. E. carpenter, 411 Saratoga 
Collins Wm. M. lager beer, 31 w Fayette 
Collinson J. C. paints, &c. 230 Lexington, dw 

334 Saratoga 
Collinson Thos. clerk, 102 Pearl 
CoUison Mrs. Amanda, seamstress, 205 Gough 
Collison David, 289 s Durham 
CoUison Geo. W. deputy coll. int. rev. 180 s 

Paca 
Collison Jas. R. sweepmaster, 200 n Broadway 
Collison Mary, 121 s Regester 
Collison Edward, well digger, 141 Stirling 
Collison Edward, blacksmith, 141 Stirling 
Collison Joseph, mariner, 170 Hughes 
Collison Thos W. carpenter, 34 s Ann 
Collison Wm. merch't tailor, 272 w Pratt, dw 

180 s Paca 
Collison Wm. W. baggage master, 180 s Paca 
Colliton Thos. laborer, 180 Lexington 
CoUmus Solomon, saddler, 123 n High 
Collopy Wm. laborer, 7 n Amity 
Colmary Capt. Abraham L. mariner, 212 w 

Lombard 
Colmary N. A. restaurant, 6 and 7 Post OflSce av 
Colston Elizabeth, teacher, 52 George 
Colston F. M.,( Wilson, C. & Co. )IIoward house 
Colston Joseph H. cigarmaker, 440 Walsh 
Colston M. 0. teacher, 52 George 
Colston Oliver, 52 George 
Colt George, bricklayer, 255 s Broadway 
Colter John II. i)lasterer, 82 Jetlerson 
Colton & Baetjer, (JohnC., J. George Baetjer, ) 

hosiery manufacturers, 140 Lexington 
Colton Dental Association, 81 vv Fayette 
Colton Edw. C. hosiery and notions, 144 n Gay 
Colton Frederick, expressman, 100 llillen 
Colton George. (T. Tiinnions & Co.) and pro'r 

Md. Republican, 19 South, dw Annapolis 
Colton H'y II. stocking weaver, 223 n Caroline 
Colton Mrs. Jannetta, confectionery, 100 Hillen 



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Colton John, (C. & Baetjer,)240 Druid Hill av 
Colton John H. cigarmaker, 50 Mulberry 
Colton Joseph S. grocery, 217 Light 
Colton Lodge, mariner, 282 e Baltimore 
Colton Theodore, house furnishing goods, 146 

n Gav 
COLTON WM. & CO.(Wm. C, J, N. Foster,) 

property and claim agents, rear 28 South 
Colton Wm. piano rooms, over 66 Lexington 
Colton Wm. (Wm. C. cj- Co.) 23 n Paca 
Columbia St. M. E. Church, Columbia, bet L. 

Greene and Fremont 
Colvin Institute for Girls, 39j Courtland 
Colvin Richard, 77 e Baltimore 
Colwell John, caulker, 282 William 
Colwell James, baker, 143 Peirce 
Colwell Wm. jr., caulker, 162 William 
Colwell William, sr.,boilermaker, 162 William 
Comber Bernard, boilermaker, Elliott nrCurley 
Comber Mrs. Sarah, huckstress, 224 Barre 
Comegys Benjamin, sect'y Harford Fire Ins. 
Co. of Baltimore, 31 South, dw cor Bolton 
and Lanvale 
COMEGYS, BRADY & CO., (H. C. C, Jas. 

W. Brady,) wholesale grocers, 63 w Pratt 
Comegys Elias, bookkeeper, 132 n Exeter 
Comegys E. H. clerk, 132 n Exeter 
Comegys Henry C. (C, Brady & Co.) 106 n 

Eutaw 
Comegys Jesse, jewelry and fancy goods, 500 

w Baltimoi'e 
Comegys John W. painter, 236 n Bond 
Comegys Thomas, contractor, 304 u Howard 
Comegys William, machinist, 543 Canton av 
Comman John, moulder, 25 s Regester 
Comman Michael, laborer, 25 s Regester 
Comman Mrs. Mary 25 s Regester 
Commercial Buildings, cor Gay and Lombard 
Commerce Fire Ins. Co. of Albany, N. Y., 73 

and 75 Second 
COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE AND LUNCH 
ROOil, Petze & Schlegel, proprietors, base- 
ment n e cor Baltimore and Charles 
COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' NATIONAL 

BANK, s w cor Howard and German 
Commercial Fire Ins. Co.of N. Y., agency, 4 s 

Hollidav 
COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 
n e cor of Fayette and Holliday. \_See Ap- 
pe7idix.'\ 
COMMISSIONERS FOR OPENING STREETS, 

24 n Holliday, 3d floor. \_See Appendix.1 
Commonwealth Fire Ins. Co., N. Y., agency 

30 Second 
Comprecht Bernard, provisions, 52 Harrison 
Compton John A. bookkeeper, Merchants Na- 
tional Bank, dw Bait, co 
Compton Wm. blacksmith, 890 w Baltimore 
COMPTROLLERS' OFFICE, City Hall, Sam- 
uel Maccubbin, comptroller 
Conant Samuel W. clock maker, 35 Milliman 



Conant Samuel W. jr., shoemaker, 23 Comet 
Conaway Anthony, carpenter, 133 Battery av 
Conaway Alfred, paper carrier, 221 Mulberry 
Conaway Charles, (Duncan, Rhein & Co.) 149 

n Bond 
Conaway Charles, laborer, 777 Light 
Conaway Charles, laborer, 18 Durst al 
Conaway Francis A. police, Pntterson Park 
Conaway George, laborer, 33 Shakspear 
Conaway James, ship carpenter, 72 Johnson 
Conaway John, laborer, 10 Brannan ct 
Conaway John, fisherman, 133 Battery av 
Conaway John M. L. laborer, Fulton nr Dover 
Conaway Joseph, fireman, 117 West 
Conaway Michael, barkeeper, 309 e Eager 
Conaway Solomon, police, McHeury nr Fulton 
Conaway AVilliam, fisherman, 133 Battery av 
Conaway William H. plumber, 221 Mulberry 
Conaway Zachariah, fisherman, 133 Battery av 
CONCORDIA OPERA HOUSE, 8 and 12 s 

Eutaw 
Conberry John, painter, 541 w Fayette 
Concannon Martin, laborer, 24 Elizabeth la 
Condell Charles, engineer, 287 Cathedral 
Condell Mrs. Susan, 12 s Central av 
Condell Samuel, laborer, 12 s Central av 
CONCRETE STONE CO., W. H. Carpenter, 

president, 153 North 
Condon James, cabinet maker, 198 Chesnut 
Condon Edward, cabinet maker, 198 Chesnut 
Condon F. C. clerk, 253 Madison av 
Condon Wm. quarryman,N.C.R.nr Northernav 
Condon Wm. H. silver plater, 168 Chesnut 
Cone Emanuel F. stoves and tinware, 163 n 

Eutaw, dw liO e Lombard 
CONE JOSEPH M. stoves and tin worker, 57 

Centre Market space, dw 110 e Lombard 
Conestogo Cork Co., Burrough Bros, agents 

56 Light 
Coney Wm. laborer, N. C. R. nr Northern av 
Conglan Cornelius, laborer, 2 Foundry 
Conigan Berij. F. 252 w Hoffman 
Conine Rebecca Z. dressmaker, 499 w Pratt 
Conine Wm. C. office s w cor Fayette and 

Frederick, dw s w cor Charles and Eager 
Conklin Daniel E. (Harbeck, C. & Willis,) 

Gilmor house 
Conklin I. B.(S.B. Sexton & Co. )58 Columbia 
Conklin Capt. Michael, mariner, 70 William 
Conklin T. T. salesman, 44 s Sharp 
Conkling Wm. baker, 189 Penna av 
Conkling Wm. H. jr., bookk'r,263 Madison av 
Conlan Mary, grocery, 12 Foundry 
Conlen Edward, harness maker. Swan hotel 
Conley Andrew, moulder, 83 St. Peter 
Conley James A. currier, 18 Front n of Foundry 
Conley James, plasterer, 216 n Eutaw 
Conley John, laborer, 1 8 Front n of Foundry 
Conley John, plumber, 116 Watson 
Conley Matthew, blacksmith, 67 n Amity 
Conley Michael, miller, 24 Sterrett 
Conley Thos. dispatcher B. & 0. R. R. 77 n 

Amity 
Conley Thos. chandler, 18 Front, n of Foundry 
Conlon Andrew J. printer, 530 w Pratt 
Conn George H. machinist, 185 n High 
Conn George W. laborer, 248 w Hofl'man 
Conn Mary A. variety store, 88 n Poppleton 
Conn Silas W, restaurant, s w cor Howard and 

Mulberry 
Conn Wm. grocer, 101 Franklin 
Conn Wm. B. coal oil, 88 n Poppleton 



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Connary Theresa, 112 n High 
Connaughton James, drayman, 8 Fall 
Connaughton Wra.lab'r, io Front, nof Foundry 
Conuebaugh James, hackman, 20 Tyson 
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co of Hartford!^26 Second 
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., 

A. H. Dillon, gen'l agent, office 8 South 
Connell Edward, fireman. Swan tavern 
Connell ilrs. Ellen, 19 Hillen 
Connell Francis A. bookkeeper, 27 Pleasant 
Council Martiu, laborer, 17 Armistead la 
Connell Michael, laborer, 214 Cross 
Connell Patrick, laborer, Donnelly's ct 
Connellee Charles M. fireman, 54 s Sharp 
Conuellee Edward, clerk, 54 s Sharp 
Connellee Mrs. Eliza, boarding, 141 w Fayette 
Conuellee Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding, 54 s Sharp 
Connellee Thornton, (D. Wilson & Co.) Ill s 

High 
Councils Edward, harnessmaker, Swan hotel 
Connelly Ann, 9 Fish Market sp 
Connelly Barney, laborer, 300 e Monument 
Connelly Daniel, laborer, 210 Bank 
Connelly Edward, laborer, 412 West 
Connelly Edward, laborer, 83 s Spring 
Connelly Francis, laborer, 142 Lancaster 
Connelly Isabella, dairy, s e cor Eden and 

Aliceanna 
Connelly James, moulder, 190 n Exeter 
Connelly Jas.carter.s e cor Eden and Aliceanna 
Connelly James, carter, 3 L. McElderry 
Connelly John, laborer, 53 King 
Connelly John, l)oilermaker, 148 s Ann 
Connelly John,plumber,4 Front, n of Foundry 
Connelly John, grocery, 48 Forrest 
Conuelly John, miller, s e cor Eden and Alice- 
anna 
Connelly Martin, shoemaker, 127 n Bond 
Connelly Martin, laborer, 53 President 
Connelly Mary, 34 New Church 
Connelly Mrs. Mary, 159 Bank 
Connelly Jlichael, laborer, 141 s Chester 
Connelly Michael, turner, 245 Columbia 
Connelly Michael, laborer, 44 Frederick av 
Connelly Oliver, laborer, Northern av nr iCa- 

thedral 
CO.NNELLY PATRICK, coppersmith, 45 n 

HoIIiday, dw 34 
Connelly Patrick, laborer, 27 Armistead la 
Connelly Patrick, laborer, 138 Vine 
Connelly Patrick, mariner, 147 s Chester 
Connelly Peter, laborer, 8 Hawk 
Connelly Mrs. Rosa, 300 e Monument 
Connelly Wm. tinner, 40 Penn 
Connelly Wm. porter, 4 Fall 
Connelly Wm. police, 201 s Castle 
Conner Barth, hodcarrier, 172 L. Constitution 
Conner Daniel, laborer, 133 s Chapel 
Conner Mrs. Elizabeth, jewelry, 46 w Baltimore 
Conner Mrs. Elizabeth, nurse, 57 George 
Conner Francis, distiller, 135 Chesapeake 
Conner James, moulder, 417 vv Pratt 
Conner James W. police, 47 s Calhoun 
Conner James, laborer, Pratt nr Fremont 
Conner James Z. clerk, 296 e Madison 
Conner James, tinner, 32 Ryan 
Conner James, tanner, 296 e Madison 
Conner John T. police, 6 Front, n of Foundry 
Conner John, laborer, 250 Cross 
Conner Dr. J. A. 202 e Baltimore 
Conner Joseph, coachmaker, 57 Ceorge 
Conner Joshua, carpenter, 86 n Poppleton 



Conner Matthew, 146 Cathedral 
Conner JIartin, laborer, 295 n Central av 
Conner Mrs. Mary Ann, huckstress, 144 Hen- 
rietta ^ 
Conner Mrs. Mary, 163 Bank 
Conner Michael, laborer, 46 n Oregon 
Conner Jlichael, clerk, 3 w Lombard 
Conner Patrick, hostler, 178 s Howard 
Conner Mrs. R. K. 15 Prune 
Conner Mrs.S. P. saleswoman, 1 96 w Lombard 
Conner Thomas, laborer, 122 s Spring 
Conner Thomas, painter, 271 e Monument 
Conner Thomas, grocery, 134 Vine 
Conner Thos. W. clerk, Strieker nr McHenry 
Conner Thomas, laborer, 173 West 
Conner Wm. E. harness maker, 86 n Poppleton 
Conner Wm. W. carpenter, 558 Lexington 
Conners Edward, laborer, 98 Hudson 
Conners Patrick, laborer, 64 President 
Conners Patrick, laborer, 9 JIcLeary ct 
Conners Thos. laborer, 24 n Poppleton 
Connolly Daniel, polisher, 2 Neighbor 
Connolly Dominic C. paperhanger, 19 Ring- 
gold al 
Connolly Edward, hats and furs, 305 w Balti- 
more, dw 356 n Eutaw 
Connolly Edward E. clerk, 356 n Eutaw 
Connolly Harry, laborer, 3 Griffiss ct 
Connolly Hugh, hostler, 11 Townsend 
Connolly Isaac, fireman, 16 Ramsay 
Connolly James, carpenter, 85 s Chester 
Connolly James, tinner, 24 n Schroeder 
Connolly James, rigger, 88 s High 
Connolly James, laborer, 215 Cross 
Connolly John, porter, 42 Dewberry al 
Connolly John, laborer, 14 Armistead la 
Connolly John, laborer, 18 Armistead la 
Connolly John, carter, 193 Ramsay 
Connolly John, laborer, 318 Mulberry 
Connolly John, laborer, 3 Humes 
Connolly John, tavern, 193 Boston, Canton 
Connolly John H. sexton, 372 w Lombard 
Connolly John B. marble dealer, n w cor Mon- 
ument and Constitution 
Connolly John T. paperhanger, 239 s Paca 
Connolly Mary, 137 Saratoga 
Connolly Mary B. trimmings, 228 Mulberry 
Connolly Martin, laborer, 123 Chesapeake 
Connolly Martirf, laborer, 24 Sterrett 
Connolly Matthew, blacksmith, 67 n Amity 
Connolly Michael, teacher, 169 Saratoga 
Connolly Patrick, marble polisher, 2 Neighbor 
Connolly Patrick, laborer, 138 Vine 
Connolly Patrick, laborer, 22 St. Mary 
Connolly Patrick, 56 e Pratt 
Connolly Sarah, confectionery, 22 s Fremont 
Connolly Stephen, 4 Gelston's ct 
Connolly Thomas, florist, 156 e Eager 
Connolly Thomas, laborer, 37 York 
Connolly Thomas, tinner, 267 Forrest 
Connolly Timothy, huckster, 125 Hill 
Connolly Wm. police, 201 s Castle 
Connolly Wm. laborer, 4 Fall 
Connolly Wm. A. patternmaker, 177 n E.xeler 
Connolly Wm. T. painter, 245 Columbia 
Connor Bernard, foreman chem. works, 22 Block 
Connor Francis, laborer, 22 Block 
Connor Bernard. laborer, 69 York 
Connor CJeo. W. supt. Md. Hospital, 36 Stirling 
Connor John, laborer, 19 e Madison 
Connor John, shoemaker, 158 Lancaster 
Connor John, laborer, rear 164 n Front 



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Connor Michael J. cooper, 25 s Caroline 
Connor Nicholas, fisherman, 392 West 
Connor Roger, laborer, 17 Pleasant al 
Connor Wm. fnrniture, 39 Harrison 
Conorj'.Dakeland, laborer, Cathedral nr North- 
ern av 
Conoway Wm. E. cigarmaker, 112 s Eden 
Conrad Antone, factoryman, 12 Race 
Conrad Francis M. bookkeeper, 40 n Gilmor 
Conrad France, laborer, 26 Barnes 
Conrad Fred'k, blacksmith, 459 n Gay 
Conrad Henry, cabinetmaker, 168 n Spring 
Conrad J. M. M. clerk, 303 Linden av 
Conrad John F. confectioner, 253 Franklin 
Conrad John, clerk, 40 n Gilmor 
Conrad Julius, hairdresser, 3 s Frederick, dw 

55^ e Lombard 
Conrad Julius, convej'ancer, 26 n Calvert, dw 

55i e Lombard 
Conrad Lewis F. cooper, 269 Hughes 
Conrad Margaret, 313 \v Fayette 
Conrad Patience, 282 Penna. av 
Conrad Peter L. tailor, 223 n Bond 
Conrad Mrs. Philip, 108 Hill 
Conrad Solomon, cooper, 67 s Fremont 
Conrad Susan M. teacher, s e cor Mulberry and 

Poppleton 
Conrad Townsend N. 303 Linden av 
Conrad Wm. wagoner, 88 Eastern av 
Conrades August, shoemaker, 403 Saratoga 
Conrades Ernest, boxmaker, 200 s Fremont 
Conradt Christ' n J. upholsterer and window 

shades, over 1 n Gav, dw 11 Jackson 
CONRADT ^ COBB, "(G. F. C, G. F. Cobb, ) 

carpets and oil cloths, s e cor Howard and 

Clay 
Conradt Geo. F. (C. & Cobb,) 381 w Fayette 
Couray John, laborer. 44 n Amity 
Conroy Bernard, police, 138 Preston 
Conroy James, baker, 90 n Holliday 
Conroy John, porter, 28 n Spring 
Conroy John, porter, 29 Cambridge 
Conroy John, carter, 466 Harford av 
Conroy Mrs. Mary, laundress, 42 Morton al 
Conroy Michael, laborer, 178 Greenmount av 
Conroy Michael, laborer, 121 s Castle 
Conroy Patrick, laborer, 178 Greenmount av 
Conroy Patrick, laborer, 99 Elliott 
Conroy Patrick, laborer, 46 Greenmount av 
Conroy Patrick, laborer, cor Leadenhall and 

West 
Conroy Thos. laborer. Miller nr McKim 
('onroy Michael, laborer, 102 s Central av 
Conroy Mrs. Margaret, 20 Jasper 
Conroy Mrs. Mary, 70 Centre Market sp 
Conroy Thomas, huckster, 9 Jasper 
Conry Jane, dressmaker, 6 Barnet 
Conry Jane, dressmaker, 87 Lexington 
Conry Michael, moulder, 33 Willow 
Conry Stephen, laborer, 1 Perry 
Conser Rev. Solomon L. M. 86 Hoffman 



Considine Catherine, huckstress, 5 Smith's ct 
Considine Patrick, hostler, 5 Smith's ct 
Considine Patrick, messenger, 12 n Calvert 
Considine Thomas, laborer, 33 Booth 
Consolidated Coal Co. of Md. whf. Locust 
Point, G. Meredith, agt., office Maryland 
building. Second 
Constable Mrs. Catherine, 195 n Charles 
Constam Aaron, 4 s Bond 
Constince Theodore, plumber, 58 n Gay, dw 

198 e Madison 
Constance George, shoemaker, 145 Stirling 
Constance Harman, tailor, 40 Chew 
Constance Joseph, tailor, 1 Anthony 
Constance Mrs. Teresa, 301 n Eden 
Constantine Charles, carpenter, 45 Clay 
Constantine Dan'l, shipcarp. 95 s Washington 
Constantine Richard, regulator, Mt. Royal Hill 

Constantine , laborer, Mt. Royal Hill 

nr Reservoir 

Constinte Bridget, huckstress, 190 Lexington 

CONTINENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., A. 

R. and H. Clay Carter, managers, basement 

Maryland building, opp. P. O. 

Continental Fire Insur. Co. of N. Y. 73 Second 

Convent of the Good Shepherd, Sisters of the 

Good Shepherd, s e cor Mount and Hollins 

Convent de Notre Dame, Eager near Aisquith 

Convent of the Immaculate Conception, Sisters 

of Mercy, 12 s Popj)leton 
Converse Mrs. Emily, 225 n Eutaw 
Converse Wm. H. driver, 139 n High 
Convery John R. sign painter, 32 s Republican 
Conway Jlrs. Ann M. 25 Fawn 
Conway C. M. salesman, 17 s Howard 
Conway Chas. H. (Masson & C.) 71 w Bond 
Conway Charles L. blacksmith, 186 Ramsay 
Conway Dominick C. barkeeper. Northern 

Central Hotel 
Conway D. barkeeper, 82 Front n of Foundry 
Conway Mrs. Ellen, 36 President 
Conway Francis, police. Patterson Park 
Conway Francis F. machinist, 24 s Stockton al 
Conway George T. 88 Dolphin 
CONWAY & HORTON, (James C, James M. 

Horton, ) linen goods, 28 n Charles 
Conway Francis F. police, 241 Hollins 
Conway James M. sailmaker, Patterson Park 
Conway James R. keeper, Patterson Park 
Conway Mrs. Jane, seamstress, 55 Lancaster 
Conway Jesse, machinist, 241 Hollins 
Conway John, sheetiron worker, 29 Buren 
Conway James, (C. & Horton,) 18 s Broadway 
Conway Jane R. 218 e Pratt 
Conway John H. & Bro. (J. H. & Patrick 
Conway, ) groceries and teas, n e cor Ensor 
and Chesnut 
CONWAY JOHN R. & SON, (J. R. & R. H. 
Conway,) wholesale liquors, 31 Cheapside 
Conway John, sailmaker, 169 n Central av 
Conway Jno. R. (J. R. C. & Son, ) 154 St. Paul 
Conway Jno.H. (J. H. C. & Bro.) 107 e Fayette 
Conway John N. moulder, 241 Hollins 
Conway Lawrence, laborer, 7 Wills 
Conway Mrs. Mary, confect'r, 134 Hollins 
Conway Mrs. Mary E. grocery, 29 Buren 
Conway Michael, stone mason, 322 w Lombard 
Conway Michael, barkeeper, 26 n Holliday 
Conway Owen, laborer, 123 Chesapeake 
Conway Patrick, (John H. C. & Bro.) n e cor 

Chesnut and Ensor 
Conway Pat'k, laborer, cor Ostend and Eutaw 



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Conway Patrick, stonemason, 322 w Lombard 
Conway Patrick, tavern, 5 Centre Market sp 
Conway Richard H. (J. R. C. & Son,) 93 St. 

Paul 
Conway Mrs. R. Agnes, dressmaker, 18 Valley 
Conway Robert T. J. carpenter, Greenmount 

av opp. Cemetery 
Conway Thomas, drayman, 1 Wills 
Conway Thomas, hackman, 61 Hillen 
Conway Wm. police, 241 Hollins 
Conyers Joseph Y. clerk, 138 Saratoga 
Conyers Waller W. mariner, 327 s Bond 
Coogan James, laborer, 602 w Pratt 
Coogan Mrs. Margaret, groc'y, 90 s Poppleton 
Coogan Patrick, laborer, 90 s Poppleton 
Coogan Patrick, laborer, 602 w Pratt 
Cook Mrs. Alice, dressmaker, 70 Albemarle 
Cook Allen, 70 n Ann 
Cook Alex. G. A. shoemaker, 188 Orleans 
Cook Andreas, hod carrier, al rear 87 n 

Fremont 
Cook Anthony, florist. Mulberry opp. Oregon 
Cook Benjamin F. shoemaker, 803 w Baltimore 
COOK BENJAiMlN M. boots and shoes, 803 w 

Baltimore 
Cook Catherine, grocery, lb Chesnut 
Cook Charles H. varnisher, 298 Cross 
Cook Christian, shoemaker, 278 Light 
Cook Columbus E. real estate, 51 n Carey 
Cook Daniel, cabinetmaker, 124 Eislein 
Cook Daniel, cedar cooper, 106 L. Greene 
Cook Daniel, drover, 108 L. Greene 
Cook David, paper carrier, 272 e Monument 
Cook Mrs. Delia, 38 Ensor 
Cook Edward, shoemaker, 420 w Fayette 
Cook Mrs. Elizabeth, 93 Garden 
Cook Elizabeth, restaurant, 60 Lancaster 
Cook Mrs. Elizabeth, confect'y, 221 Aliceanna 
Cook Mrs. Emily J. 162 e Monument 
Cook & Farson, (J. K. C, J. S. Farson, ) block 

and pump makers, 17 Philpot 
Cook Francis, laborer, 18 Callendar al 
Cook Francis, shoemaker, 8 Shakspear 
Cook Francis, nightman, 324 Mulberry 
Cook Frederick, jr., butcher, 244 Montgomery 
Cook Fred'k, sr., butcher, 45 Lexington and 

26 Hanover markets, dw 244 Montgomery 
Cook George, coachsmith, 150 Hillen 
Cook George, wheelwright and blacksmith, 

cor Scott and Columbia, dw 198 Scott 
Cook George, cabinet maker, 291 n Howard 
Cook George, barber, 122 e Fayette 
Cook George, rags, 64 s Durham 
Cook George, cigarpacker, 64 n Eden 
Cook George, clerk, 18 e Fayette 
Cook George L. carpenter, 115 Peirce 
Cook George W. engineer, 3 s Republican 
Cook Gilbert C. 126 n Exeter 
Cook IJembly, tailor, 90 s Bethel 
Cook Harry, Mansion house 
Cook Henry A. fisherman, 460 Light 
COOK HENRY F. bookseller and stationer, 76 

w Baltimore, dw 23 q Calvert 
Cook Henry, shoemaker, 95 n Greene 
Cook Henry C. clerk, 16 Hollins 
Cook Henry W. 16 Hollins 
Cook Ira, huckster, 167 n Caroline 
Cook Isaac P. 76 w Baltimore 
Cook Jacob, plasterer, 168 William 
Cook Jacob F. constable, 69 n Pine 
Cook James H. clerk to street commisa. 126 n 
Exeter 



Cook Jas. E. baggage master, 350 AVest 

Cook James H. (C. & Spedden,) 42 Warren 

Cook Dr. J. C, Howard house 

Cook John, cooper, 72 Vine 

Cook John, laborer, 186 s Bethel 

Cook John, shoemaker, 26 n Durham 

Cook John T. carpenter, 3 s Republican 

Cook J. Glenn, bookkeeper, 51 n Carey 

Cook John, shoemaker, 213 Hanover 

Cook John, laborer, 46 s Chapel 

Cook John, huckster, 33 n Amity 

Cook John K. (C. & Farson,) 27 Gough 

Cook John, laborer, 221 Battery av 

Cook John F. machinist, 10 n Schroeder 

Cook John F. detective, 254 e Fayette 

Cook John, laborer, 197 Preston 

Cook John, paper carrier, 374 e Monument 

Cook John H. paper hanger, 456 Saratoga 

Cook John J. police, 456 Saratoga 

Cook John H. engineer, 87 Mound 

Cook John H. undertaker, 707 w Baltimore 

Cook Joseph, tobacconist, 304 e Lombard 

Cook Jos. B. cabinetmaker, 707 w Baltimore, 

dw 133 Hollins 
Cook J. M. & Co. (J. M. Cook, ) wholesale gro- 
cers and commis. merchants, 15 Commerce 
Cook Joseph M. (J. M. C. & Co.) 16 Hollins 
Cook Lewis, laborer, 31 Brown 
Cook Lewis, cooper, 31 Brown 
Cook Lewis J. fanmaker, 83 Hamburg 
Cook L. Frederick, 832 w Baltimore 
Cook Louis, dairy, 69 Pine 
Cook Mrs. Marg't, music teacher, 20 s Chester 
Cook Mrs. Martha E. boarding, 500 w Lombard 
Cook Martin, huckster, 32 n Schroeder 
Cook Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 64 n Eden 
Cook Mrs. Mary, 205 w Fayette 
Cook Mrs. Mary A. huckstress, 144 n Eden 
Cook Michael, laborer, 135 Montgomery 
Cook Michael, laborer, 298 Johnson 
Cook Otto, clerk, 14 n Liberty 
Cook Philip, gold beater, rear 68 n Calvert 
Cook Porter, contractor Md. Penitentiary, 99 

n Exeter 
Cook Robert McK. produce, 114 s Exeter 
Cook Robert A. clerk, 62 s High 
Cook Samuel C. shoemaker, 11 Perry 
Cook Sam'l G. B. (Barry & C.,) 118 St. Paul 
Cook Savillian F. baker, 4 e Baltimore 
Cook & Speddeh, J. H. C, W. H. Spedden,) 
grocers and com'nmercht's, 165 Light at whf 
Cook Sylvester, grocery, 177 e Eager 
Cook Theodore' F. clerk, 16 Hollins 
Cook Theophilus, engineer. 97 s Broadway 
Cook Tho'sR. (L. J. Applegarth & Co.) 365 

s Sharp 
Cook Thomas, shoemaker, 74 s Bond 
Cook Thomas, carpenter, 167 Harford av 
Cook Thomas H. clerk, 126 u E.xeter 
Cook Tobias, painter. Eagle hotel 
Cook Thomas J. clerk, 144 n Eden 
Cook Walter, fireman, 3 s Republican 
Cook Warren E. stationery, 57 n Eutaw, dw 

305 Linden av 
Cook Wm. II. boilcrmaker, 186 Montgomery 
Cook Wm. W. L. 16 Hollins 
Cook Wni. confectionery, 231 s Dallas 
Cook Wm. grocery, s e cor Pratt and Caroline 
Cook Wm. Geo. stonecutter, 69 n Pine 
Cook Wm. potter, 47 s Oregon 
Cook William, driver, 55 Gough 
Cook William S. blacksmith, 234 e Lombard 



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ACxh.NTa FOR 

Roseudale Cement & Plaster, 

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Cook William I. clerk, 5 Columbia 

Cook William H. brakesman, 3 s Republican 

Cook William H. carpenter, 161 Penna. av 

Cook William, bostler, 250 Franklin 

Cook William H. tinner, 90 e Pratt 

Cook William, laborer, 27 Port 

Cook William, clerk, 14 n Liberty 

Cook Wm. S. coachsmith, n w cor Caroline 

and Lombard 
Cook William V. painter, 21 Penna. av 
Cooke Geo W cotton manu'f, 151 Linden av 
Cooke Geo. W. painter, 112 s Wolfe 
Cooke Mrs. Helen, 52 Franklin 
Cooke Mrs. Geo. W. boarding, 112 s Wolfe 

COOKE HENRY W., Real Estate 
Broker, 9 Law Buildings, oppo- 
site Recoi-d OSace, St. Paul st., 
dw. 238 n Eutaw 

Cooke John, cotton wadding and lamp manu- 
factory, 148 Linden av. dw 151 opposite 
Gooke John T coach painter, 151 Linden av 
Cooke Joseph, 0. tinner, 49 Hanover 
Cooke Joseph, clerk, 151 Linden av 
Cooke Mrs. Mary, 52 Franklin 
Cooke Dr. 0. A. n w cor Hanover and Lee, 

dw 146 Hanover 
Cooke Dr. Theodore, 146 Hanover 
Cooke W. E. cabinet photographs and al- 
bums, 57 n Eutaw, dw 305 Linden av 
Cooke Wm. F. liquors, 20 Penna. av. dw 55 

George 
Cooke Wm. H. stonecutter, 3 L. Constitution 
Cooksey John R. shipcarp'r, 301 Aliceanna 
Cooksey Mrs. Mary G. 284 e Baltimore 
Cooksey Tho's H. machinist, 388 Eastern av 
Coolahan Edward, grocery, 20 Tyson al 
Coolahan Malachi, shoemaker, 609 w Pratt 
Coolahan John T. shoemaker, 609 w Pratt 
Coole Lizzie, 493 w Pratt 
Cooley Edward, huckster, 116 e Fayette 
Cooley Wm. wagon maker, rear 231 Hughes 
Cooly John, city yard, 31 Oxford 
Coombs Eliz'h A. dressmaker, 582 wLombard 
Coombs Geo. M. salesman, 8 s Chester 
Coombs John W. painter, 238 e Lombard 
Coombes R. J. printer, 77 Camden 
Coomes Geo. E. clerk, 453 n Gay 
Coomes Jos. W. clerk, P. 0. 27 n Calvert 
Coon Louis C. 233 Hanover 
Coon Philip, piano mover, 33 Preston 
Coon Mrs. Rach'ael, sec. hand store, 57 Union 
Coon Morris, laborer, 14 Broadway ct 
Coonan Daniel, clothier, 70 Centre Market sp 
Coonan Elizabeth, 68 Lancaster 
Coonan John, peddler, 50 Davis 
Coonan Dr. John N. 70 Centre Market space, 
dw 190 e Eager 



Coonan John H. blacksmith, 68 Lancaster 
Coonan Joseph V. clerk, 70 Centre Market sp 
Coonan Martin, laborer, 159 s Washington 
Coonan Michael I. merch't tailor, cor Balti- 
more and Holliday, dw 35 n Gay 
Cooney Christopher, shoemaker, 335 Mulberry 
Cooney Geo. 145 s Ann 
Cooney' James, laborer, 132 Harford av 
Cooney James, cooper, 39 s Ann 
Cooney Lawrence, 335 Mulberry 
Cooney Michael, merch't tailor, 416 w Fayette 
Cooney Michael, bar keeper, 122 n Gay 
Cooney Michael, laborer, 169 s Central nv 
Cooney Tho's, printer, 43 Front n of Foundry 
Cooney Wm. J, printer, n e cor Scott and 

Columbia 
Cooney Wm. J. I. printer, 337 Mulberry 
Cooper Alfred, gold pen maker, over 2 South, 

dw 9 Bennett 
Cooper Benj. C. (C. & Seltzer, ) 436 e Baltimore 
Cooper Benj'n F. carpenter, 41 n Pine 
Cooper Charles, clerk, Beach hill Saratoga ext 
Cooper'Mrs. Cassandra, tollkeeper, Cathedral ext 
Cooper Charles E. clerk, 106 e Madison 
Cooper Edward K.ship'g and guano merchant, 
over s w cor South and Water, dw 10 s 
Broadway 
Cooper Mrs. E. stamping and pinking, 180 

Madison av 
Cooper Edeline, mariner, 29 Granby 
Cooper Mrs. Eliza, 84 e Fayette 
Cooper George, caulker, 278 s Bond 
Cooper George, cabinet maker, 109 Low 
Cooper George W. 636 w Lombard 
Cooper Geo R. 284 e Pratt 
Cooper George, saloon, 105 e Pratt 
Cooper George E. 636 w Lombard 
Cooper Geo. W. shipjoiner, 108 s Castle 
Cooper Geo. W. engineer, 108 Raborg 
Cooper Harry A. clerk, 275 Madison av 
Cooper Henry, machinist. Beech Hill, Saratoga 

extended 
Cooper Henry J. ship carpenter, 335 Light 
Cooper Hugh A. 275 Madison av 
Cooper H. Albert, clerk, 275 Madison av 
Cooper Hugh W. bookkeeper, 158 w Lombard 
Cooper James, 194 Lexington 
Cooper James, (J. Glenn & Co.) Beech Hill, 

Saratoga extended 
Cooper James B. ship carp'r, 123 Gough 
Cooper James C. grocery, Mt. Royal hill 
Cooper James J. F. insurance agent, 636 w 

Lombard 
Cooper John, weaver, 27 s Front 
Cooper John A. huckster, 153 s Regester 
Cooper John T. clerk, 106 e Madison 
Cooper Jarrett, switchman, 42 e Eager 
Cooper John, tavern, n w cor Lombard and 

Concord, dw 8 w Lombard 
Cooper John C. engineer, 3 Liberty al 
Cooper John H. drayman, over 121 Eastern av 
Cooper John H. pilot, 268 e Pratt 
Cooper John, laborer 176 Eden 
Cooper John W. ship joiner, 71 Gough 
Cooper Mrs. Julia, tailoress, 106 e Madisoa 
Cooper Kate. 41 Lancaster 
Cooper Mrs. Mary J. fancy goods, 265 n Gay 
Cooper Robert E. laborer, 312 s Eutaw 
Cooper Samuel, bookkeeper, Beech Hill, Sara- 
toga ext 
Cooper & Seltzer, (B. C. C, A. H. Seltzer,) 
butchers, 20 Fell's Point market 



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Cooper Thomas, canraaker, 45 Stiles 
Cooper Thomas, carp'r, N. C. R. nr Reservoir 
Cooper Thomas, mariner, 178 Montgomery 
Cooper Thomas N. clerk, 325 Druid Hill av 
Cooper Wm. machinist, 137 Chesapeake 
Cooiier Wm. fl. painter, Lemmoa al, nr Cal- 

lender al 
Cooper Wm. T. clerk, 99 McCulloh 
Cootes Benj. F. clerk, 23 Hanover 
Coover Samuel W. salesman, 5 Columbia 
Cope Charles, collar maker, 75 Richmond 
Cope Ernest, wagoner, 119 Lexington 
Copeland Philip D. carpenter, 861 w Baltimore 
Copenhaver Augustus, paperhangings, 150 s 

Broadway 
Copenhaver John H. paperhanger, 150 s 

Broadway 
Copes George, lumber, 213 e Pratt 
Copper James H. ladies' shoemaker, 57 Ensor 
Coppersmith Rosalie, tailoress, 30 Sarah Ann 
Coppinger John D. clerk, 174 n High 
Cops Thomas, shoemaker, 87 Warner 
Coram Wm. H. shoemaker, 473 w Lombard 
Corame Wm. H. butcher, 15 Hillen 
Corbell Peter, shoemaker, 41 s High 
COEBETT EMANUEL, umbrellas and india 

rubber, 93 w Baltimore, d\v 65 n Front 
Corbett Isaac, umbrellas and india rubber, 93 

w Baltimore, dw Baltimore co 
Corbett Jacob H. (C. & Morningstar, ) Bait co 
Corbett & Moruingstar, (J. H. C, G. W. Morn- 
ingstar, ) confectionery, 13 n Front 
Corbett John W. clerk, 65 n Front 
Corbiu John W. salesman, 140 w Lombard 
Corbit Lawrence, laborer, 59 s Dewberry al 
Corbitt Patrick, laborer, 70 York 
Corcoran Dennis, shoemaker, 23 Bank 
Corcoran John, laborer. 270 e Madison 
Corcoran John, boilermaker, 87 McElderry 
Corcoran Michael, clerk, 23 Bank 
Corcoran Michael, blacksmith, 390 Hanover 
Corcoran Michael, hostler, 15 s Fremont 
Corcoran Michael, hostler, 22 Richmond 
Corcoran Patrick, grocery, 23 Bank 
Corcoran Stephen, liquors, 95 McElderry's whf 
Corcoran Thomas, grocery, 89 McElderry 
Cord George Henry, teacher, 1 West al » 
Cord Henry, laborer, 181 Lee 
Cord John T. die and model maker, 48 Ger- 
man, dw 308 s Sharp 
Cord Mrs. Rosetta, 181 Lee 
Corderay Henry, scroll sawyer, Chatsworth nr 

Townsend 
Corderay Henry, pianomaker, Chatsworth nr 

Townsend 
Cordery James C. cabinetmaker, 112 Henrietta 
Cordery John, cabinetmaker, 112 Henrietta 
Cordery Mrs. Sarah, 109 Bank 
Cordery Wm. H., 64 w Fayette, dw 401 n Cen- 
tral av 
Cording Herman, carpenter, 49 Preston 
Cordray Wm. clerk, 223 w Fayette 
Cord ray Wm. H. clerk, Chatsworth nr Town- 
send 
Cord us Edward, shoemaker, 4 w Second 
Core John, clerk, 42 Grundy 
Corey Benjamin J. saddler, 70 George 
Coriell Alvin, clerk, 631 w Lombard 
Coriell Isaac, contractor, 631 w Lombard 
Cork Wm. R. oysters, 185 e Lombard 
Corkran Benj. W. paying teller Farmers and 
Merchants' National Bank, 78 Lee 



Corkran Wm. dep. naval officer, 30 n Gilmer 
Corkran Wm. B. W. clerk, 30 nGilmor 
Corliss Mrs. Mary, 1 Garden 
Gorman Geo. M. whipmaker, 49 u Poppleton 
Gorman S. A. shoemaker, 49 n Poppleton 
Corn and Flour Exchange, cor South and Wood, 

Wm. F. Wheatley secretary 
Cornal Philip, laborer, 108 Cooksie 
Cornelius & Brinton, (N. C., A. H. Brinton, ) 

grocers, 165 Forrest 
Cornelius C, officer at Penitentiary 
Cornelius Mrs. Charlotte, dressmaker, 47 n 

Howard 
Cornelius George, huckster, 289 e Monument 
Cornelius John C. clerk Penitentiary, 93 Ensor 
Cornelius John W. carpenter, 47 n Howard 
Cornelius John, huckster, 7 Greenmount av 
Cornelius Mrs. Mary, 2 Neilson's ct 
Cornelius Nicholas, (C. & Brintou,) 163 Forrest 
Cornelius Nicholas A., 93 Ensor 
Cornelius Mrs. Rebecca, 143 Cross 
Cornelius Richard, cashier National Farmers 

and Planters' Bank, dw Baltimore co 
Cornell Charles R. carpenter, 242 Madison av 
Cornell Edwin, bookkeeper, 242 Madison av 
Cornell John H. carpenter, 242 Madison av 
Cornell Michael, laborer, 56 Druid Hill av 
Cornell Michael, carpenter and builder, 13 

Morris al, dw 242 Madison av 

"CORNER BRANCH," China, 
Glass, Table Cutlery, Plated and 
House-Furnishing Goods, S. W. 
cor. Charles and Lexington Sts. 

Corner B. Mezick, (Jas. C. & Sons,) Corner's 

whf, foot of Frederick-st dock 
Corner George W. (James C. & Sons, ) 20 n 

Broadway 
Corner Henry C. (S. & H. C. C.) 12i St. Paul 
Corner H. W. clerk, 34 w Pratt 
Corner James J. clerk, 122 St. Paul. 
Corner James & Sons, (Thos., G. W. and B. M. 
Corner,) shipping and com. merch'ts, Cor- 
ner's whf, foot of Frederick-st. dock. 
Corner S. & H. C, millers and flour merch'ts, 

11 Spear's whf 
Corner Solomon F. clerk, 122 St. Paul 
Corner Sol. (S. & H.- C. Corner,) 122 St. Paul 
Corner Thomas, jr., clerk, s e cor Monument 

and Park 
Corner Thomas (James C. & Sons, ) s e cor 

Monument and Park 
Corner Washington, tinner, 217 e Pratt 
Corner Wm. E. iron moulder, 148 Gough 
CORNER WM. H. flour and com. merch., 54 

South, dw 89 n Paca 
Corns Aunanias, foundryman, 9 Clinton, Can- 
ton 
Corns Job, machinist, 947 w Baltimore 
Corns Jacob F. dep. warden Penitentiary, dw 

947 w Baltimore 
Corns John, puddler, 187 s Chester 
Corns Thomas, puddler, 344 Eastern av 
Corns Wm. laborer, 31 Burke 
Corns Zechariah, scavenger, 400 Canton av 
Cornthwait John, machinist, 152 Scott 
Coruthwait Oliver, miller, 170 e Lombard 
Cornthwait Robert, 152 Scott 
Cornthwait Wm. P. clerk, 25 n Gilmor 



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Cornwall John, teas, 43 n Eutaw, dw 119 n 

Howard 
Cornwell Lucius J. CPbillips, Sears & Co.) 32 

Hanover 
Corprew Moses, boiler maker, s e cor Baltimore 

and Calhoun 
Corprew Thomas, boiler maker, 255 Eastern a\» 
Corrall Conrad, cigar maker, 15 Baker's ct 
Correar William, plasterer, 108 n Caroline 
Correar Matthew 0. engineer, 108 n Caroline 
Correll Abraham, clerk, 638 w Baltimore 
Correll Mrs. Annie, millinery, 638 w Baltimore 
Correll J. M. clerk, 638 w Baltimore 
Correll John, carpenter, 94 Penna av 
Correll Robert L. clerk, 638 w Baltimore 
Correll S. D. clerk, 106 n Pine 
Corrie Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, 82 Hillen 
Corrie Dr. James, (Gill & C.) 237 Saratoga 
Corrigan Mrs. Ann,huckstress, 141 Harford av 
(jorrigan John, laborer, 2 Fort av 
Corrigan Daniel, shoemaker, 107 Harford av 
Corrigan Edward, grocery, cor Bethel and 

Mullikin 
Corrigan Francis, engineer, 155 s Washington 
Corrigan Michael, huckster, 142 Mullikin 
Corrigan Patrick, chandler, 67 n Front 
Corrigan Patrick, chandler, 96 n Front 
Corriugton Wm. laborer, 10 n Front 
Corsey Frederick, laborer, 186 s Spring 
Corsey James H. mariner, 40 Thames 
Corsey James, fireman, 18C McHenry 
Corson A. Eliza, boarding, 110 e Fayette 
Corson Henry, mariner, 22 Fell 
Corss John, shoemaker, 58 n Charles 

CORTLAN & CO. (J. Cortlan, Jr., 
J. Wakefield Cortlan, S. Clinton 
Cortlan,) Importers of Housekeep- 
ing Hardware, Table Cutlery, Fan- 
cy Goods, China, Glass, &c., 216 
and 218 w Baltimore St. 

Cortlan James, jr., (C. & Co.) 153 St. Paul 
Cortlan James, 44 w Monument 
Cortlan J. Wakefield, (C & Co.) 153 St. Paul 
Cortlan S. Clinton (C. & Co.) 153 St. Paul 
Cortney Patrick, carter, 513 n Gay 
Corton Wm. driver, 12 Preston 
Corwine Elizabeth, seamstress, 19Greenm'tav 
Corwithel Jas. C. stencil cutter, 5 e Fayette 
Cory James 0. mariner, 318 Gough 
Cosbv Daniel, clerk, 104 w Fayette 
Cosby G. W. salesman, 104 w Fayette 
Cosby Louis T. salesman, 332 w Baltimore 
Cosby Samuel, mariner, 10 Fish Market sp 
Cosgrove James H. letter carrier, 222 Mulberry 
Cosgi'ove John, machinist, 483 w Pratt 
fjosgrove John P. fire dep't, 370 s Charles 



Cosgrove J. Henry, grocer, 82 Richmond and 

216 n Howard, dw82 Richmond 
Cosgrove Michael, laborer, 279 Aliceanna 
Cosgrove Patrick, laborer, 11 Pleasant al 
Coskery Dr. Felix S. 188 n Calvert 
Coskery Bridget, 99 Peirce 
Coskery Rev. Henry B. 106 n Charles 
Coskery James, drayman, 15 Ringgold al 
Coss George, 119 n Howard 
Cost Rebecca, 138 Gough 
Cosslart Wm. H., Regester, betw Orleans and 

Jefferson 
Cossmick Lewis, carpenter, 70 s Regester 
Costello Mrs. Ann, 188 Mulberry 
Costello Edmund, laborer, 21 n Amity 
Costello Edmund, grocery, 23 n Amity 
Costello James, coachman, 10 Broadway ct 
Costello John, laborer, rear 57 s Oregon 
Costello John, lime kilns, Fayette, e of Burke, 

dw 181 Orleans 
Costello Maurice, laborer, 43 s Dewberry al 
Costello Patrick, police, 10 Rose 
Costello Patrick, laborer, 75 e Monument 
Costello Patrick, carpenter, 85 North 
Costello Wm. painter, 140 s Ann 
Coster James Z. clerk, 8 East 
Coster Joseph, chairmaker, rear 62 Philpot 
Coster Joseph, bookkeeper, 19 Hill 
Coster Thos. H. currier, Starr's hotel, n Front 
Costigan Wm. 297 e Pratt 
Costigan Wm. laborer, over 169 s Central av 
Costolay Patrick J. cedar ware and broom 

manuf. 120 Franklin, dw 182 w Biddle 
Cottar Jas. stonecutter, 37 Front, n of Foundry 
Cottar John, marble polisher, 16 Douglass 
Cotte Thos. clerk, 22 e Lombard 
Gotten Leibman, clothier, 169 Franklin 
Gotten M. A. salesman, 272 w Baltimore 
CottenR.R (Gwynn, C. & Co. )79 Smith's whf 
Gotten Simon, clothing, 68 n Eden 
Cotter Honora, 37 Front, n of Foundry 

COTTER J. & CO. (John Cotter, J. 
Nunan, J. Wall,) wholesale deal- 
ers in Foreign and Domestic Li- 
quors. 40 and 42 s Frederick 

Cotter James, coachmaker, 66 Decker 
Cotter Mrs. Jane, butter, 182 n Exeter 
Cotter John, (J. C. & Co.) 53 s Exeter 
Cotter Michael, mariner, 54 Thames 
Cotter Nicholas J. cigarmaker, 66 Decker 
Cottinger Misses, (Cornelia and Ann Cottinger) 

school, 168 n Howard 
Cottingham Samuel, jr., oyster dredge maker, 

38 Grant, dw 95 s Paca 
Cottingham Samuel, sr. farmer, 95 s Paca 
Cottingham Thomas, blacksmith, 222 Mont- 
gomery 
Cottman J. Hough, com. merch. 46 w Lombard 
Cotton G. A. clerk, 126 w Fayette 
Cottrell Mrs. Sarah, 107 Park av 
Cottrell Daniel G. fireman, 45 e Eager 
Cottrell Mrs. Margaret, ladies nurse, 89 Garden 
Cottrell Mrs. James W. 298 n Eutaw 
Cottrell Jeremiah, pilot, 195 e Lombard 
Cottrell Michael, last maker, 90 w Baltimore 
Cottrell Mrs. R. 198 n Eutaw 
Cotzauer Chas. turner, 30 New Church 
Couch John, carpenter, 197 Ramsay 
Couch Richard, brass finisher -50 McMechin 



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Couchman Geo. carpenter, 551 e Fayette 
Couchman Joseph, butcher, 32 n Gist 
Coug T. W. C. train sup't, 135 s Eden 
Coughlan Cornelius, laborer, 81 Stirling 
Cougblan James, laborer, 11 Cuba 
Coughlan John J. bookkeeper, 64 s Exeter 
Cougblan Patrick, wagoner, 164 s Central av 
Coughlan Thomas F. clerk, 64 s Exeter 
Coughlan Wm. bottler, 169 and 171 s Central 

av, dw 64 3 Exeter 
Coughlin James, tailor, 84 Centre Market sp 
Coughlin John T. painter, 2 Rock 
Coughlin Joseph, machinist, 10 Bennett 
Coughlin Mrs. Mary, tavern, 4 Cuba 
Coughlin Mrs. Mary, 2 Rock 
Coughlin Thos. fouudryman, 185 s Chester 
Couglar John, butcher, GO Centre and 50 Bel- 
air markets, dw Harford road 
Coulbourn Stephen D. com. merch't,79 South, 

dw 41 n Carey 
Coulson Andrew J. painter, Ills Regester 

COULSON BROS & CO. (Edward 
Coulson, George Coulson, Henry 
Eeifle,) Manufacturers of Glue, 
Neats Foot Oil, Bone Coal, Pure 
Bone Dust, and Coulsons' Raw 
Bone Phosphate. Factory, Patter- 
son's lane, betw. Yoi'k and Har- 
ford roads. Office, 19, corner Ger- 
man and Sharp streets. Highest 
Prices Paid for Glue Stock, Cow 
Tails, Hoofs, Horns, Damaged 
Hides, Ceroons, &c. 

Coulson Charles E. mariner, Ills Regester 

Coulson Eliza, 111 s Regester 

Coulson Edward, (C, Bros. & Co.) Patterson 

la, bet York and Harford avs 
Coulson George, (Coulson, Bros. & Co.) Pat- 
terson la, bet York and Harford avs 
Coulson Henry B. clerk, 252 Hollins 
Coulson Mrs. Mary H. boarding, 252 Hollins 
Coulson Robert, clerk P. 0. 552 w Baltimore 
Coulson Mrs. Sarah, 124 Hughes 
Coulson Seward, painter, 568 Lexington 
Coulson Thomas F. carpenter, 359 Columbia 
Coulter Alexander, bricklayer, 68 Ensor 
Coulter Alexander, teller Merch. Nat. Bank, 

64 w Biddle 
Coulter Andrew J. laborer, 82 Mound 
Coulter Archibald B. clerk, 175 w HoflFman 
Coulter & Co. (H. and J. Coulter,) provisions 
53 Light, 2 Ellicott and 145 North , 

Coulter & Clarke, (J. M. C, Addison Clarke) 
imp'rs and dealers in iron and steel, 53 Ex- 
change place 
Coulter E. P. clothing, 113 n Eutaw 
Coulter Mrs. Esther, 164 w Biddle 
Coulter George T. broker, 2 Exchange build- 
ings, 55 Second, dw 64 w Biddle 
Coulter Henry, (C. ^- Co.) 570 w Fayette 
Coulter Jas. M. (C. & Clarke) 65 w Biddle 
Coulter James H. carpenter, 160 e Monument 
Coulter James J. pilot, 381 e Fayette 
Coulter John, welldigger, 126 Dolphin 
Coulter John C. (C. & Co.) 570 w Fayette 
Coulter John P. collector, 178 Preston 



Coulter John H. coppersmith, 112 Stirling 
Coulter Mifflin, disc't clerk Nat. Bank of Bal- 
timore, 9 Cathedral 
Coulter Robt. A. carpenter, Leadenhall betw 

Cross and West 
Coulter Samuel, tailor, 113 n Eutaw 
Coulter Wm. engineer, 13 Parkav 
Couly Wm. laborer, Chappell nr Penna av 
Councell Ruth T. tailoress, 88 Aisquith 
Counselman Chas. A. clerk, 273 w Lombard 
Counselman Chas. L. W., Hollins betw Mount 

and Fulton 
Counselman Jacob, ass't measurer C. H., dw 

Hollins bet Mount and Fulton 
Counselman John J. barber, 90 n Wolfe 
Counselman John, locksmith, 182 s Bond 
Counselman Joseph, laborer, 141 s Spring 
Counselman Lawrence W. (L. Rowe & Co.) 

331 e Monument 
Counselman Robert A. painter, 75 Pearl 
Counselman Wm. E. 348 Hollins 
Countess James C. brakesman, 837 w Pratt 
Countess Joseph, brickmaker, 837 w Pratt 
COUPLAND RICHARD, hatter, 60 s Charles, 

dw 237 n Caroline 
Courcelle Adrian, cabinet maker, 119 Mulberry 
Courcelle Theresa Vanschal Kwyck A. teacher, 

193 w Biddle 
Courleander Bernald, music teacher, 302 w 

Lombard 
Couroy Hugh, carter, 6 Webster al 
Coursey Benj. F. shoemaker, 390 West 
Coursey Charles, brakesman, 108 L. Greene 
Court House, Baltimore city, cor Calvert and 

Lexington 
Court of Common Pleas, Court House, 2d floor, 

Henry F. Garey, judge; I. Freeman Rasin, 

chief clerk ; office basement Court House 
Courtenay Austin M.(C. & Co.) 210 n Howard 
Courtenay & Co. (T. E. & A. M. C.) insurance 

brokers, 20 South 
Courtenay David S. clerk engineer's office for 

harbor defences, 203 Franklin 
Courtenay David S. jr. clerk, 203 Franklin 
Courtenay James, carpenter, n e cor Centre 

and HoUiday 
Courtenay Thos. E. (C. & Co.) 210 n Howard 
Courtenay Wm. (J. H. Giese & Co.) York r'd 
Courtney Edward, laborer, 67 e Monument 
Courtney George W. bookkeeper, 102 Preston 
Courtney Geo. (Gilmore & Co.) 1 Bank 
Courtney James, carpenter, 2 w Centre 
Courtney James T. (R. C. & Bro.) 74 Park 
Courtney James, boilermaker, 22 Spring Row 
Courtney John, blacksmith, 1 Bank 
Courtney Mrs. Mary, 74 Park 
Courtney Michael, laborer, 48 Buren 
Courtney Patrick, nightman, 513 n Gay 
Courtney Mrs. Rachel, 1 Bank 
Courtney Richard, (R. C. & Bro.) 74 Park 
Courtney Robert, mariner, 120 Hughes 

COURTNEY R. & BRO. (R. & J. T. 

Courtney,) Importers of Wines, 
Liquors and Cigars, and Dealers 
in Fine Family Groceries, 89 n 
Charles street, bet Mulbei'i'y and 
Pleasant. 

Courtney Thos. waiter, Union hotel 



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Courtney Wm. drayman, 2 Thomsen 
Courtney Wm. T. laborer, ITo Vine 
Courtney "Wm. T. butcher, 33 Centre and 41 

Belair markets, dw 157 Greenniount 
Courtney Wm. P. clerk, T4 Park 
Courtois Mrs. Sophia, 92 n Schroeder 
Courts Charles, 118 n Poppleton 
Courts J. Edward, butcher, 53 Lexington mar- 
ket, dw 430 Penna. av 
Courts Edward, machinist, 118 n Poppleton 
Courts George W. butcher, 286 Penna. av 
Courts Geo. W. painter, 53 Scott 
Courts James E. butcher, 2 Townsend 
Courtsey George, engineer, 136 Hanover 
Cousins Geo. W. cooper, cor Baltimore and 

Washington 
Cousins John, oak cooper, 49 Commerce, dw 

n w cor Baltimore and Washington 
Cousins Phil., U.S.N., 81 Front, n of Foundry 
Cousins Thomas, boilermaker, 55 Lee 
Cousins Wm. J. (Dungan & C.) 60 s Eden 
Ccuzzins Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 9 Spring ct 
Covell Edward, engineer, 594 w Pratt 
Covell Wm. H. engineer, 355 w Lombard 
Cover Benj. F. butcher, 201 Orleans 
COVER WM. L. photographer, 560 w Balti- 
more, dw 281 w Fayette 
Covington Henry, carpenter, 169 Aisquith 
Covington Jas. H. clerk, 285 w Lombard 
Covington Thos. S. carpenter, 98 Eastern av 
Cowan David, bookkeeper, 284 n Howard 
Cowan Edward, printei', 235 n Eden 
Cowan James, blacksmith, 3 McElderry 
Cowan James S. clerk, 60 Barre 
Cowan Thomas, hacks, 24 s Poppleton 
COWAN WM. H. attorney, and public school 

comm'r, 51 w Fayette, dw 3 n Strieker 
Coward J. F., officer at Md. penitentiarj- 
Coward Thomas Pt. speculator, over 116 Light 

St whf, dw 77 n Charles 
Cowell CM. clerk, Lanvale, nr Penna. av 
Cowen Abraham, scourer. 111 J Lexington 
Co wen Edward, hackman, 819 w Baltimore 
Cowen Wm. A. glass blower, 5 Henrietta 
Cowich Mary, nurse, 90 Greenmount av 
Cowjes Harry D. barkeeper, 10 s Gay 
Cowles Henry M. secretary board pub. school 

comm'rs, 174Chesnut 
Cowles L. & Co. (L. Cowles,) fish, 55 Light 
Cowles Loyall, (L. C. & Co.) Washington, D. C. 
Cowley James, laborer, 152 s Chester 
Cowley John, carpet weaver, 84 s Spring 
Cowley Samuel, iron worker, 115 Hill 
Cowman Albert, carpenter, 292 e Madison 
Cowman Albert, clerk, 238 German 
COWMAN & CO. (M., Wm. T. and E. Cow- 
man, ) hosiery and trimmings, 71 Lexington 
Cowman Charles, clerk, 218 w Fayette 
Cowman Chas. H. (Snowden & C.) 120 Bolton 
Cowman Edward, clerk, 238 German 
oowman Emily, (C. & Co.) 53 n Liberty 



Cowman James, boiler maker, 125 Peirce 
Cowman John, clerk, 631 Lexington 
Cowman John H.( Russell & C.) Mansion house 
Cowman Joseph, clerk, 218 w Fayette 
Cowman Joseph, jr., 218 w Fayette 
Cowman Joseph, clerk, 367 w Lombard 
Cowman Martha, (C. & Co.) 53 n Liberty 
Cowman Mary Ann, 110 n Eutaw 
Cowman Nicholas, boilermaker, 34 Barre 
Cowman Philip E. stereo typer, 235 n Eden 
Cowman Richard, 292 e Madison 
Cowman Samuel S. jr., ass' t assessor, 182 Park 
Cowman Samuel S. sr. 53 n Liberty 
Cowman Wm. T. (C. & Co.) 53 n Liberty 
Cowpland Capt. Wm. S. (Edward J. Codd & 

Co.) 92 s Bond 
Cox Amos A. stonemason, 140 Dolphin 
Cox, Brothers, & Co. (J. H. C. jr., W. P., S. 

E. and R. W. Cox,) bankers and brokers, n 

e cor Baltimore and North 
Cox & Brown, (L. J. C. jr., J. A. Merritt,) 

com. merchs., 8 Bowly's wharf and 72 South 
Cox Dr. C. C. 248 w Lombard 
Cox Esau L. serg't police, 336 e Pratt 
Cox Dr. E. Cover, n w cor Baltimore and Pine 
Cox Charles, laborer, 118 e Madison 
Cox Esau J. machinist, 336 e Pratt 
Cox Eugene, clerk, 600 w Baltimore 
COX ELISHA, coach and livery stables, n e 

cor Bank and Bethel, dw 88 Bank 
Cox Henry, bookkeeper, 289 n Howard 
Cox Henry N. clerk, 289 n Howard 
Cox Isaac, hats, 208 w Baltimore, dw n w cor 

Strieker and Mulberry 
Cox James E. painter, 263 e Madison 
Cox James H. sr., bookkeeper, 53 n Greene 
Cox James, laborer, 77 s Carev 
Cox James H. jr. (C, Bros. & Co.)161 St.Paul 
Cox John, printer, n e cor Gay and Lombard, 

dw 56 e Fayette 
Cox John B. carpenter, Pratt nr Chester 

COX JOHN R. & POPE, (J. B, 
Cox, D. r. Pope,) Produce and 
Commission Merchants, s w cor 
Fayette and Howard 

Cox J. Webster, clerk, 82 Centre Market space 
Cox John R. (J. R. C. & Pope,) n w cor Pine 

and Baltimore 
Cox Joseph, (Freeland, Hall & Co.) 36 Mount 

Vernon pi 
Cox Josephine, 137 Eastern av 
Cox Luther, J. jr. (C & Brown,) 27 HoUins 
Cox Mrs. Margaret, Indian vegetable medici ne 

158 e Baltimore 
Cox Marion, bootfitter, 91 Jefferson 
Cox Mrs. Mary, notions, 229 w Biddle 
Cox Melchor, stonemason, 2 s Qlilmor 
Cox Michael, laborer, 2 e Centre 
Cox Perry, upholsterer, 362 w Lombard 
Cox Richard G. clerk, 291 e Pratt 
Cox Richard W. (C, Bros. & Co.) 58 n Greene 
Cox S. Edwin, (C, Bros. & Co.) 58 n Greene 
Cox Stephen G. bricklayer, 35 Milliman 
Cox Thomas F. hackman, 130 s Castle 
Cox V.I. photographer, over 42 n Eutaw, dw 

196 w Lombard 
Cox Wm. A. (Freeland, Hall & Co.) 36 Mt 

Vernon place 



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Cox Wm. H. merch. tailor, 606 w Baltimore 

Cox Wm. paperhanger, 61 Boyd 

Cox Wm. F. bookkeeper, 280 e Madison 

Cox Wm. Perry. (C.,Bros. <& Co.) 58 n Greene 

Cox Wm. R. cierk, 77 n Liberty 

Coy Dr. Byron F. dentist, 141 n Charles 

Coy James E. mariner, 8 Williamson al 

Coy John H. machinist, 4 Williamson al 

Coyle Bernard F. bacon, 240 Penna av 

Coyle Henry H. clerk, American Office, dw 38 

Fawn 
Coyle B. J. (B. J. C. & Co.) 12C s Chester 
Coyle B. J. & Co. (B. J. C Chas. T. Farnen,) 

grocers, flour and feed, 340 Aliceanua 
Ccnie John, currier, s w cor Front and Foun- 
dry 
Coyle John, ship carpenter, G5 Hamburg 
Cdvle John, jr. caulker, 65 Hamburg 
Coyle John t. gilder, 105 Lexington 
Coyle Kate, saleswoman, 52 w Baltimore 
Coyle Mrs. Margaret, 105 Lexington 
CoVle Mrs. Margaret, 201 Canton av 
Coyle Mrs. Mary A. millinery and fancy goods, 

240 Penna av 
Coyle Patrick, laborer, 384 Penna av 
Coyle Patrick H. currier, 126 n Holliday 
Coyle Thomas J. carpenter, 164 Stirling 
Coyle Rosa A. saleswoman, 52 w Baltimore 
Coyle Dr. T. P. dentist, 140 Lexington 
Coyle Dr. Terrance W. dentist, 105 Lexington 
Coyle Wm. F. A. (McGuire, Benoit & Co.)'266 

Franklin 
Coyle Wm. H. machinist, 65 Hamburg 
Coyne Jeremiah, carpenter, 26 n Poppleton 
Coyne John, sr. 181 s Charles 
Co'vne John, laborer, 215Raborg 
Coyne John, jr. (J. C. & Co.) 181 s Charles 
Coyne John & Co. (John Coyne, ) lighters and 
tug boats, office Boyce's wharf. Locust 
Point, and 95 v,' Lombard 
Coyne Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 215 Raborg 
Coyne Michael, laborer, 9 Cuba 
Coyne Michael, laborer, 61 s Durham 
Coyne Patrick, ship carpenter, 161 Elliott 
Coyne Patrick, laborer, 558 w Lombard . 
Coyne Timothy, laborer, 90 Chesapeake 
Co'zine James W. ass't weigher C. H. dw 64 

Harford av 
Cozine Wm. G. printer, 64 Harford av 
Crabbe Eugene, clerk. 253 w Fayette 
Crabbe Mrs. Jane F. 253 w Fayette 
Cralibe John E. R. salesman, 30 n Strieker 
Crabbe Wm. II. 253 w Fayette 
Crabtree Chas. K. carpenter, 153 Conway 
Craddick Jos. caii)entcr, 311 e Pratt 
Cradel Harman, shoemaker, 312 s Charles 
Craf George, wheelwright, 2o8 Orleans 
Craft Alfred, clerk, 137 Bank 
Craft Mrs. Charles H. 87 s High 
Craft Conrad, carpenter, 210 Orleans 
Craft Daniel Parker, hatter, 144 Orlean3 
Craft Fred, laborer, 81 West 
Craft Geo. B. 38 s Eutaw 
CRAFT JACOB, JR. 38 s Eutaw 
Craft John Crew, (C. & Rosello, ) n e cor Cal- 
houn and Hollins 
Craft & Rosello, (J. C. C ., A Rosello, ) uphol- 
sterers, 264 w Baltimore and carpet cleau- 
ing, 16 McClellan 
Craft Wm. G. (W. G. C. & Co.) 24 n Liberty 
Craft Wm. G. & Co. (Wm. G. Craft,) hat 
manufacturers. Bethel ct 



Cragg John, cotton spinner, 352 Ostend 
Cragg Joseph, steamboat inspect. 302 e Chase 
Cragg Robert, glassblower, 352 Ostend 
Cragg Samuel W. engineer U. S. N. 302 e 

Chase 
Cragg Samuel, laborer, 352 Ostend 
Cragg Wm. laborer, 352 Ostend 
Craggs Wm. cracker baker, 259 Orleans 
Craggs Wm. carpenter, 139 n Fremont 
Crahn Martin, laborer, 200 West Falls av 
Craig Bernard, laborer, 11 n Oregon 
Craig Edwin, clerk, 73 e Fayette 
Craig Mrs. Ellen, grocery, Cathedral near 

Northern av 
Craig Francis, clerk, 65 Front n of Foundry 
Craig Mrs. Horatio E. grocer, 159 Druid Hill ay 
Craig Hugh H. telegraph operator, 90 Colum- 
bia 
Craig Jas. S. salesman, 1S3 Barre 
Craig John, drayman, 164 West 
Craig John, drayman, 235 Chesnut al 
Craig John, type founder, 3h5 n Central av 
Craig J. Morell, clerk, 80 s Paca 
Craig John, huckster, 360 e Monument 
Craig Joshua L. farmer, 148 n High 
Craig Mrs. Josiah, grocer, 175 Hughes 
Craig Josiah, dep'y sheriff, 175 Hughes 
Craig Levin, pilot, 87 Hamburg 
Craig ^- La Porte, ( O.B. C. Henry La Porte, 
jr.) whole, notions and trimmings, 259 w 
Baltimore 
Craig Mrs. Mary A. 148 n High 
Craig Oliver B. (C. & La Porte,) 97 w Biddle 
Craig Robert, saddles, harness, &c., 118 vv 

Fayette, dw 164 w Lombard 
Craig Mrs. Sarah, grocery and liquors. 63 

Front n of Foundry 
Craig S. F. flagsman N. C. R. R. dw 205 e 

Monument 
Craig Thomas, boilermaker, 30 L. Church 
Craig Theodore W. farmer, 148 n High 
Craig Wm. clerk, 183 Barre 
Craig Wm. F. agent, 74 Henrietta 
Craigh Michael, carpenter, 36 s Strieker 
Grain Peter W. attorney, 6 n Calvert, dw Bar- 

nuni's hotel 
Cralle Francis I. dressmaker, 16 s Central av 
Cramblitt Edward A. engineer, 42 Aliceanna 
Cramblitt Geo. H. bricklayer, 235 Franklin 
("ramblitt John, carpenter, 20 Mosher 
Cramblitt Jos. W. wood and coal, Sarah Ann 

nr Chatsworth, dw 297 Saratoga 
Cramblitt Stephen, paper hanger, 334 Franklin 
Cramblitt Thomas A. carpenter 297 Saratoga 
Cramblitt Wm. F. blacksmith, 75 n Fremont 
Cramer Anthony F.J. machinist, 487 w Lom- 
bard 
Cramer Charles, carpenter, 158 Franklin 
Cramer Francis, cabinetmaker, 219 Canton av 
Cramer John, laborer, 26 Calverton road 
Cramer Wm. F. laborer, 164 Ramsaj' 
Crauijiton Mrs. Mary, 44 Johnson 
Craui|)ton j\Iichael, ship carjieuter, 44 Johnson 
Crampton Patrick, baker, 277 w Fayette 
Cran August, painter, HG Clay 
(Jrau George, shoemaker, 66 Clay 
Crandall Robert, carpenter, 66 Lee 
Crandall Robert, carpenter, 118 Aisquith 
Crane A. Fuller, ( W C. ,k Sons, ) 235 n Eutaw 
Crane A. Fuller, jr. clerk, 235 n Eutaw 
Crane A. P. harnessraaker, 21 liuren 
Crane Mrs. Benj. 181 w Hoffman 



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AOKNTS FOR 

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Crane Benj. & Co. (Chas. Crane,) whols. silk 

and straw goods, 249 w Baltimore 
Crane Chas. (Benj. C. & Co.) 181 w Hoffman 
Crane Charles T. (Pearson, Lawrence & Co.) 

96 n Paca 
Crane Charles C. salesman, 235 n Eutaw 
Crane George T. clerk, 197 Aisquith 
Crane Henry R. 118 St. Paul 
Crane Jas. C. (Baer & C.) 65 Dolphin 
Crane Jeremiah, laborer, 213 Lemmon al 
Crane John D. (W. C & Sons,) 65 Dolphin 
Crane John G. jnnk, 85 Front n of Foundry, 

d\v 161 Aisquith 
Crane John N. carpenter, 67 s Fremont 
Crane Marv, saleswoman, 161 Aisquith 
CRANE PATRICK H. blacksmith, 332 n How- 
ard, dw 336. 
Crane Philip M. cabinetmaker, 161 Aisquith 
Crane Rachel D. boarding, 161 Aisquith 
Crane W. W. law student, 65 Dolphin 
Crane Mrs. Wm. 65 Dolphin 
CRANE W. & SONS, (A. F. & J. D. Crane, 
A. J. Lowndes,) hide and leather, s e cor 
Cheapside and Water 
Craney Augustus, boilermaker, 61 e Monument 
Cranford John, tobacco warehouse, 48 Lee 
Cranford Wm. H. laborer, 191 Henrietta 
Crangle James, carpenter, 81 s Greene 
Crangle James B. chemist, 34 n Central av 
Crangle Jas. E. supt. streets, 934 Lexington 
Crangle Mrs. John, 81 s Greene 
Crangle Mary A. teacher, 81 s Greene 
Cranwell Geo. W. cabinetmaker, 7 s Oregon 
Crapin Captain Samuel, 87 Orleans 
Crasser Christian, capmaker, 330 w Pratt 
Craton Michael, laborer, 141 s Chester 
Craven Patrick, laborer, 658 w Pratt 
Craven Thomas, roofer, 127 L. Greene 
CRAWFORD A. A. freight agt. P. W. & B. R. 

39 Fawn 
Crawford Ann, 183 s Broadway 
Crawford Austin, brickmaker, 141 Johnson 
Crawford Charles, cooper, 8 Fountain 
Crawford Chas. E. draftsman, 28 n Liberty 
Crawford Dixon, livery stable, 22 Orchard 
Crawford George, printer, 9 n Bond 
Crawford Geo. C. bacon, Grundy nrTownsend 
Crawford Henry, 118 Hanover 
Crawford Jacob, carpenter, 57 s Paca 
Crawford Jas. B. (W.H.C. &Co.) 347 n Eutaw 
Crawford James W. chair ornamenter, 107 

McElderry 
Crawford John, puddler, 139 s Chester 
Crawford John, carpenter, 218 n Eutaw 
Crawford Capt. Jno. A. mariner, 389 Canton av 
Crawford John C. clerk, 107 McElderry 
Crawford John L. treas. Bankers and Brokers 

Tel. Co. 34 Cathedral 
Crawford John D. printer, 9 n Bond 
Crawford John W. printer, 94 n Exeter 
Crawford Nathan H. clerk, Grundy nr Town- 
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Crawford Moses, hostler, 22 Orchard 
Crawford Patrick, grocery, 41 n Amity 
Crawford Eobt.K. bacon, Grundy nrTownsend 
Crawford Robert N. bookkeeper, 163 Forrest 
Crawford Mrs. Rachel D. 34 Cathedral 
Crawford Rich'd L machinist, 70 Henrietta 
Crawford Samuel, peddler, 199 Aliceanna 
Crawford T. A. clerk, 6 Garden 
Crawford Thomas, printer, 9 n Bond 
CRAWFORD WM. H. & CO. (AVm. H. C, C. 

S. Crook, J. B. Crawford,) proprietors spice 

mills, warehouse 62 South, spice mills s w 

cor Union al and Dallas 
Crawford Wm. M. jeweler, Orleans betw Ches- 
ter and Castle 
CRAWFORD WM. agt. Phila. W. J- B. R. R. 

s e cor High and Trinity 
Crawford Wm. C. 9 n Bond 
Crawford Wm. H. (Wm. H. C. & Co.) 188 w 

Hoffman 
Crawford Wm. H. brickmaker, 139 Johnson 
Crawford Wm. T. laborer, 8 Fountain 
Crawley Mrs. Jane, 164 Chesnut 
Cray Mrs. Amelia, nurse, 82 Warner 
Creager George U. carpenter. Hand house 
CREAGER J. P. agt. Union Orphan Asylum, 

Gettysburg, Pa. 1 Oxford 
Creagh Mrs. Elizabeth, 85 s Washington 
Creagh Geo. W. shipwright, 85 s Washington 
Creagh John, stonecutter, 42 s Exeter 
Creagh John, 151 w Riddle 
Creagh Jlichael, carpenter, 36 s Strieker 
Creagh Thomas, laborer, 215 s Castle 
Creagl Henry A. ship carpenter, 129 Bank 
Cream Cornelius, laborer, 73 Albemarle 
Cream John, laborer, 73 Albemarle 
Creamer Alexander, saddler, 392 n Gay and 

317 Aisquith 
Creamer Alexander F. saddler, 317 Aisquith 
Creamer Anthony, moulder, 303 Cross 
Creamer Casper, ship carpenter, 111 s Wolfe 
Creamer Casper, laborer, rear 194 Aliceanna 
Creamer Charles, tinner, 157 L. Greene 
Creamer C. Cookman, clerk, 127 e Monument 
Creamer Christopher, mariner, 22 Philpot 
Creamer Mrs. Cornelia, 144 e Monument 
Creamer David, lumber, cor Monument and 

Eusor 
Creamer David Smith, lumber insp. 49 Hillen 
Creamer Mrs. Elizabeth, 310 William 
Creamer Frank W. clerk, 67 Oxford 
Creamer George, blacksmith, 5 Callendar al 
Creamer Geo. (Thos. C. & Son,) 131 n Exeter 
Creamer George B. clerk, 131 n Eden 
Creamer Jacob, coach-spring maker, 100 Hol- 

lins 
Creamer Jacob D. laborer, 180 Columbia 
Creamer John, brickmaker, 212 s Sharp 
Creamer John, grocery, 40 Philpot 
Creamer John, ship carpenter, 137 Battery av 
Creamer Joseph, milkman, 214 s Sharp 
Creamer Joseph F. clerk to sheriff, 136 e 

Jfonument 
Creamer Joshua S. carpenter, 131 n Exeter 
Creamer Nicholas, paperhanger, 26 St. Mary 
Creamer Peter, laborer, 546 w Pratt 
Creamer Thos. (Thos. C. & Son, ) 131 n Exeter 
Creamer Thos. & Sou, (Thos. and G. Creamer, ) 

auciioneers, 26 s Calvert 
Creamer Wm. lumber. Rising Sun hotel 
Creedle Cyrus N. provisions, 286 Saratoga dw 

13 n Pine 



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Creau Charles, bricklayer, 42 Centre|Mark't sp 

Creeger Jacob, carpenter, 81 n Pine 

Creem Cornelius, laborer, 73 Albemarle 

Creem John, laborer, 43 Eastern av 

Creem John, laborer, 73 Albemarle 

Creery Catherine, 63 n Greene 

Creerv Wm. R. Sup't Public Schools, 259 w 

Bid die 
Creighton Mrs. Elmina, 225 Montgomery 
Creighton George W. paper hanger, 612 w 

Baltimore 
Creighton George W. cigarmaker, 361 s Sharp 
Creighton Henry, mariner, 209 Barre 
Creighton Henry T. painter, 379 Light 
Creighton Mrs. Hermina, 225 Jlontgomery 
Creighton James, carpenter, 58 Druid Hill av 
Creighton John, cigarmaker, 225 Montgomery 
Creighton Patrick, carpenter, 28 Morris al 
Creighton Robert H. 389 s Eutaw 
Creighton Thomas H. bookkeeper, over 293 w 

Baltimore 
Creighton Wm. Y. clerk, 171 w Faj-ette 
Crenev T. Wm. (C. & Burns) painter, 185 n 

High 
Creney & Burns (W. T. C.,Ed. Burns,) paint- 
ers, 16 Cowpen al 
Crescent Coal Oil Co. of Baltimore, s yv cor 

^Vest and Howard, oflice 59 s Gay, Henry R. 

Wilson, pres't 
Cress Henrj", laborer, Harris al nr Hudson 
Cressman Jacob W. cigarmaker, 365 Saratoga 
Cressy George N. missionery, 102 Hanover 
Cresty Jlichael, confectionery, 208 Cross 
Crew Lavinia, 879 w Pratt 
Crew Richard, laborer, 879 w Pratt 
Crew Wm. J. carpenter, 74 s -Fremont 
Crey A. salesman, 70 Buren 
Crej' Mrs. Elizabeth Mary. 70 Buren 
Crey Henry J. restaurant, 3 e Madison, dw 5 
Creydt Herman, furn. wagon, 490 w Lombard 
Creydt Mrs. Mary, trimmings, 490 w Lombard 
Crichton Malcolm, com. merch't, 101 South, 

dw 136 St. Paul 
Crichton Malcolm, (Wm. C. &Son,) 136 St. 

Paul 
CRICHTON WM. & SON, (W. and Malcftlm 

Crichton,) grain, flour, guano, and com. 

merch'ts, 1 Wood, cor Bowly's wharf 
Crichton Wm. (Wm. C. & Son,) 45 Mt. Ver- 
non Place 
Crider Mary R. 154 n Pine 
Criminal Court of Baltimore city, first floor 

Court House, Rob't Gilmor, jr. judge, Wm. 

F. McKewen, clerk 
Crimm John, laborer, 8 Broad al 
Crimmins John W. coachmaker, McMechin nr 

Park av 
Crindennann H. W. confectioner, 70 s Eutaw 
Cripps Thomas, laborer, 10 Tbomsen 
Cripps Thos. J. of planing mill, 10 Thorasen 
Cripps John T. nightman, 425 n Gay 
Crisall John, tinner, 134 Camden 
Crise Geo. W. 228 Madison av 
Crise John L. 228 Madison av 
Crisp Benj. carpenter, 295 Canton av 
Crisp Chas. E. jr. cigarmaker, 318 Eastern av 
Crisp Chas. F. cigarmaker, 253 Gough 
Crisp Elijah, painter, 275 Saratoga 
Crisp Joseph, tobacconist, 42 Thames 
Crisp John R. clerk, 275 Saratoga 
Crispin John IL (W. A. Padgett & Co.) 23 n 

Calvert 



Crispins Henry, fisherman, 294 Johnson 
Crispus Conrad, glass blower, 224 Battery av 
Criss Aaron & Son, (Aaron & John T. Criss,) 

■wholesale grocers, liquor and com. merch'ts, 

378 w Baltimore 
Criss Aaron, (A. C. & Son,) 34 McCulloh 
Criss John T. ( A. C. & Son,) 34 McCulloh 
Crisswell Levi H. machinist, N. C. R. near 

Northern av 
Crist Charles, laborer, 3 n Republican 
Crist Franklin, fireman, 3 n Republican 
Crist Henry, clerk, 96 Eastern av 
Crist Jacob, Delphey house 
Crist Philip, brakesman, 115 Albemarle 
Crist Philip, carpenter, 115 Albemarle 
Crist Philip, clerk, 96 Eastern av 
Crist Jlrs. Sarah, 3 n Republican 
Cristner John, wagoner, 154 Peirce 
Criswell John W. salesman, 118 w Fayette 
Crockard John, stonecutter, 394 Saratoga 
Crocken Dau'l, huckster, 466 Saratoga 
Crocken Nelson, painter, 70 n Schroeder 
Crocken Theodore, locksmith, 1 King ct 
Crocker John, mariner, 30 Fell 
Crockett James, laborer, 114 Ramsay 
Crockett John W. millwright. West bet Light 

and William 
Crockett Nehemiah, shoemaker, 362 Lexington 
Crockett Theodore, S. carpenter, 151 e Madison 
Crockett Walter C. shoefitter, 362 Lexington 
Crockett AVm. J. conductor, 52 s Schroeder 
Crockett Wm. H. turner, 233 n Eden 
Crogan Timothy, laborer, 37 Centre Market sp 
Croggon Albert, brickmoulder,244 Lemmon al 
Croggon Edward, huckster, 94 s Poppleton 
Croggon Jlrs. Jane E. Lemmon al nr Callend.al 
Croggon Newton F. laborer, 94 s Poppleton 
Croggon Richard A. laborer, 94 s Poppleton 
Croghan Michael, laborer, 2 Slemmer's al 
Croghan Patrick, laborer, 16 East Falls av 
Croghen Timothy-, laborer, 37 Centre Market sp 
Crombie Albert D. (Ammidon, C. & Co.) 261 

Linden av 
Croml>ie Daniel D. (Ammidon C. & Co.) s w 

cor Lanvale and Linden av 
Crombie Wm. M. shoemaker, 39 Oxford 
Cromer Andrew, carter, 218 s Fremont 
Cromer John H. laborer, 94 Warner 
Cromer Mrs. Mary A. 305 Hollins 
CROMER THOMAS W. whole, tobacco and 

cigars, 40 w Lombard, dw 305 Hollins 
Cromie Wm. M. shoemaker, 39 Oxford 
Cromwell Adeline, 82 n Poppleton 
Cromwell Andrew J. laborer, 31 Scott 
Cromwell Mrs. Anna E. 179 Barre 
Cromwell Mrs. Catherine, 36 w Biddle 
Cromwell Mrs. Dorcas, 69 n Poppleton 
Cromwell Mrs. Eliza, 179 liarre 
Cromwell Mrs. Elizabeth, 13 Penn 
Cromwell Francis, silversmith, 444 Walsh 
Cromwell Geo. W. sailmaker, 190 s Ann 
Cromwell Hamilton C. attorney, 438 Walsh 
Cromwell Harry R. bookkeeper, 20 s Howard 
Cromwell Jacob G. cabinet maker, 438 Walsh 
Cromwell Jacob G. bricklayer, 24 Brune 
Cromwell John, patternmaker, 31 Scott 
Cromwell John E. (C. & Son) 354 e Fayette 
Cromwell Capt. John G. mariner, 183 Conway 
Cromwell J. Oliver, moulder, 31 Scott 
Cromwell Joseph, agent Knickerbocker Life 

Ins. Co. 120 Park av 
Cromwell Joshua, (C. & Son) 136 s Ann 



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Cromwell Joseph, (J. C. &Bro.) 115 Bank 
CromwellJ. & Bro. (Joshua, jr. ^ Jos. Crom- 
well) sailmakers, over 158 w Pratt 
Cromwell Joshua, jr. (J. C. & Bro ) 127 s Wolfe 
Cromwell Lambert, sailmaker, 136 s Ann 
Cromwell Levi, gunsmith, 271 s Ann, dw 118 

Thames 
Cromwell Mary, 202 Eastern av 
Cromwell Mary, 244 e Pratt 
Cromwell Michael, carp'r. Amity nr Saratoga 
Cromwell N. Clemm, clerk, 84 Hanover 
Cromwell Oliver H. clerk, 597 w Lombard 
Cromwell Oliver T. coachmaker, 288 Aisquith 
Cromwell Richard, farmer, 89 n Paca 
CROMWELL RICHARD, agricult. and horti- 
cultural imp. manufac. and seedsman, 35 
South, dw 26 Mulberry 
Cromwell Richard, (C. Sidney Norris & Co.) 

Balto. CO 
Cromwell & Son, (J. ^ J. E. C.) sailmakers, 

273 s Ann 
Cromwell Wallace, (Parlett & Co.)400 w Pratt 
Cronan Charles P. painter, 4 Humes 
Crone Wm. C. saloon, cor High and Fayette 
Crone Wm. C. chief detective, s e cor Fayette 

and High 
Cronelly Mrs. Mary, grocery and liquors, 51 

Front, n of Foundry 
Cronen James, police,'20 Callender al 
Cronhardt Chas. jeweler, &c., 88 n Gay, dw 

175 n Exeter 
Cronhardt John, shoemaker, 29 Ensor 
Cronhardt John H. grocery, n e cor Douglass 

and East 
Cronin Philip, restaurant, 25 n Frederick 
Cronise George P. clerk, 13 Mulberry 
Cronise Mary 0. G. 13 Mulberry 
Crook Mrs. Ann, 55 n Gay 
Crook Aug. (C. ^ Co.) 267 w Fayette 
Crook Mrs. Caroline, 404 Saratoga 
Crook Charles, milkman, 226 s Paca 
Crook Chas. 308^ w Pratt 
Crook Chas. C. cabinetmaker, 404 Saratoga 
Crook & Co. (A. Crook) wood and coal, 19 

Lexington 
Crook Columbus S. (Wm. H.Crawford & Co.) 
188 Linden av 



Crook Daniel, clerk, 267 e Biddle 

Crook Francis M. auditor Adams Express, 689 

w Fayette 
Crook Francis A. treasurer Balto. Equitable 

Society, 19 South, dw s w cor Madison av 

and Townsend 
Crook Geo. A. ins. agent, 68 McMechin 
Crook George, milkman, 223 s Paca 
Crook George W. M. boots, shoes and gaiters, 

69 w Baltimore, dw 43 n Eutaw 
Crook Henry, bookkeeper. Gist, one door from 

Pratt 
Crook James, engineer, Dolphin nr Etting 
Crook John L 97 Albemarle 
Crook Thos. W. clerk, 404 Saratoga 
Crook Valentine, tailor, 32 s Durham 
Crook Walter, jr. upholstery and curtain ma- 
terials, 220 w Baltimore, dw 184 McCulloh . 
Crook Wm. H. finisher, 463 w Lombard 
Crook Wm. provisions, cor Biddle and Central 

av, dw 267 e Biddle 
Crook Capt. Wm. S. 340 e Baltimore 
Crooke Mrs. Catherine, 197 Peirce 
Crooks John, laborer, 69 Boyd 
Crooks RezinH. blacksmith, 128 Druid Hill av 
Crooks Rufus C. police, 504 Franklin 
Crookshanks Chas. S. shipjoiner, foot of Ann, 

dw 130 s High 
Crooper Reuben, boilermaker,34Williamsonal 
Cropp Mrs. Rachel, 223 Peirce 
Cropp Wm. R. plasterer, 63 Arch 
CROPPER & BISHOP, (Z. H. H.C., G. Bishop) 

com. merchants, 35^ w Pratt 
Cropper E. H. clerk, 163 w Lombard 
Cropper Edward H. salesman, 243 w Baltimore 
Cropper James, 6 Irvin place 
Cropper Wm. shoemaker, 13 Williamson- al 
Cropper Z. H. H. (C. & Bishop) 33 w Pratt 
Crosby Capt. Charles, 66 n Caroline 
Crosby Eager, carver, 203 s Chester 
Crosby Fayette, painter, 126 Park av 
Crosby Francis, fireman, Hudson al,s of Federal 
Crosby Frank, attorney, 23 Lexington, dw 

Balto. CO 
Crosby Geo. W. fireman, 369 Cathedral 
Crosby James, jr. carpenter, Hudson al, s of 

Federal 
Crosby James, sr. carpenter, 93 Mound 
Crosby John, shoemaker. Union hotel 
Crosby Lewis, painter, 24 Essex 
Crosby Miles, drayman, 12 n Poppleton 
Crosby Samuel, mariner, 76 n Eden 
Crssby Thos. H. shoemaker, 18 Willow 
Croscup Jacob, cigarmaker, 128 Barre 
Croshaw Wm. driver, 53 n Exeter 
Crosley Thos. H. clerk, 238 w Baltimore 
Cross Andrew, clerk, 429 Lexington 
Cross Rev. Andrew B. 161 n Calvert 
Cross Alexander B. painter, 108 n Exeter 
Cross Cyril, tinner, 119 e Pratt 
Cross Cyrus, chair factory, 147 n High, dw 

250 Hollins 
Cross David H. painter. Swan tavern 
Cross Edward, rigger, 216 s Wolfe 

CROSS E. D. Flour, Grain, and 
Commission Merchant, s e cor For- 
rest and Hillen, dw 161 n Calvert 

CROSS E. J. D. attorney, 31 Lexington, dw 
161 n Calvert 



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Cross F. T. carpenter, 280 Greenmount av 

Cross Gassaway, salesman, 659 w Lombard 

Cross George \V. coachsmith, 139 Camden 

Cross George R. clerk, 1 08 n Exeter 

Cross H. L. boarding, 70 s Sharp 

Cross Henry S. shoe cutter, 37 s Eutaw 

Cross James A. painter, Walsh nr Laurens 

Cross John, carter, 65 Orleans 

Cross John W. painter, 42^ n Poppleton 

Cross John E. mariner, 216 s Wolfe 

Cross Joseph, laborer, 2 w Foundry 

Cross J. H. clerk, 250 Hollins 

Cross J. T. clerk, 108 n Exeter 

Cross Mrs. Mary, 2 w Foundry 

Cross Philemon, carpenter, 280 Greenm't av 

Cross Richard K. (Wra. S. C. & Bro,) 161 n 

Calvert 
Cross Samuel B. blacksmith, 69 and 75 s How- 
ard, dw 139 Camden 
Cross Samuel J' coachmaker, 139 Camden 
Cross Solomon, tinner, 119 e Pratt 
Cross Thomas W. bricklayer, 433 Lexington 
Cross Thomas, laborer, 67 Watson 
Cross Trueman, cashier Commercial & Farmers' 

Nat. Bank, 9 s Howard 
CROSS WM. S. & BRO. (W. S., and Richard 
K.Cross,) lumber, stave and gen. com. 
merchts,n e cor East Falls av and Eastern avs 
Cross Wm. H. blacksmith, 139 Camden 
Cross Wm. S. (W. S. C. & Bro.) 161 n Calvert 
Cross Wm. D. mariner, 271 s Bond 
Cro.-^s Wm. T. mariner, 216 s Wolfe 
Crosswell Capt. John W. mariner, 246 e Pratt 
Crothers Charles, builder. Miller's hotel 
Crothers David, carpenter, 28 s Spring 
Crothers Robert, carpenter, 62 Courtland, dw 

28 s Spring 
Crotty David, grocery, 98 Mullikin 
Crotty James, stonemason, 81 n Oregon 
Crouch Alex, plasterer, 118 s Bond 
Crouch Mrs. Charlotte, grocery, 192 Mont- 
gomery 
Crouch David, iron moulder, 192 Montgomery 
Crouch E. D. machinist, 228 Light 
Crouch James T. shoemaker, 134 Camden 
Crouch John W. boilermaker, 11 Henrietta 
Crouch Levi, stonecutter, 47 s Calhoun 
Crouch Matthias, laborer, 38 Henrietta 
Crouch Stewart, glasspacker, 341 s Sharp 
Crouch Thos. D. bl.acksmith, 206 Montgomery 
Crouch Wm. printer, 13 n Boyd 
Croucher Geo. sailor, 1 Wills 
Croughan Peter, laborer, 3 Siemmer al 
Crouse Adam, haircoraber, 197 Frederick av 
Grouse Mrs. Ann M. 60 s Oregon 
Crouse Charles, upholsterer, 191 Barre 
Crouse George, brakesman, 3 Walsh 
Crouse Jesse B. car driver, 2 Oxford 
Crouse Joseph, shoemaker, 19 Penna av 
Crouse .Marcellus H. baker, 60 s Oregon 
Crouse Mary, scrubber, Maltby house 
Crout Benton, cigarmaker, 246 Penna av 
Crout Emma J. teacher, 246 Penna av 
Crout Hezekiah, tin and sheet iron worker, 

132 Penna av, dw 246 
Crout Wm. M. tinner, 246 Penna av 
Crow Ezek. shoemaker, 9 Front, n of Foundry 
Crow Henry P. stonemason, 82 McKim 
Crow James, farmer, 130 n Front 
Crow Mr.s. Jane, grocery, 123 Aisquith 
Crow John, laborer, 123 Aisquith 
Crow John T. editor, 42 Bolton 



Crow Leinhard, 262 s Ann 

Crowder A. N. grocer, s w cor Conway and 

Warner 
Crowder Flemming, coach trim. 93 Mullikin ' 
Crowe John, jr., 47 Valley 
Crowe John, clerk, N. C. R. 47 Valley 
Crowell Abner B. foreman Poole & Hunt's 

foundry, dw 420 Penna av 
Crowfoot Mrs. Mary, 145 Johnson 
Crowford Wm. M. jeweler, Orleans, nr Chester 
Crowl Edward W. cor Biddle and Penna av 
Crowl David H. provisions, cor Centre and 

Calvert, dw 166 e Eager 
Crowle John D. (J. D. C. & Co.) 391 w Fayette 
CROWLE JOHN D. & CO. (J. D. C, H. C. 

Morrison,) wholes, liquors, 85 and 87 s 

Charles 
Crowley Mrs. Ann, junk, 7 Neilson's ct 
Crowley Dennis, sawyer, 322 Forrest 
Crowley Edward, laborer, rear 121 Elliott 
Crowley Mrs. Honora, grocery, s ecor Caroline 

and Lombard 
Crowley James, books and periodicals, 124 w 

Baltimore, and nw cor Baltimore and Nortb, 

dw 222 e Monument 
Crowley James A. clerk, 212 n Caroline 
Crowley John, police, 621 Penna av 
Crowley John, carpet weaver, 84 s Spring 
Crowley John, laborer, rear 121 Elliott 
Crowle.y Mrs. Mary, boarding, 455 w Baltimore 
Crowley Patrick, laborer, 182 n Central av 
Crowley Peter, laborer, rear 121 Elliott 
Crowley Philip, fireman, 4 Walsh 
Crowley Robtert C. clerk, cor Caroline and 

LomlDard 
Crowley Thomas, police, 7 Pleasant 
Crowley Wm S. clerk, 212 n Caroline 
Crown Marion A. clerk, 93 n Pine 
Crown Mrs. Matilda, 93 n Pine 
Crownfield Mrs. Anna J. 98 Hanover 
Crownfield Herman F. attorney, 6 St. Paul, 

dw 127 Aisquith 
Crowther Amos W. 229 Peirce 
Crowther Benj. P. stonemason, over n e cor 

Ann and Lancaster 
Crowther Dr. David W. dentist, 131 n Eutaw 
Crowther Mrs. G. R. R. 131 n Eutaw 
Crowther James, stonemason, 9 Fremont, near 

Penna av 
Crowther Capt. John, mariner, 248 e Pratt 
Crowther Joshua, stonemason, 56 w Hoffman 
Crowther Llewellen, 131 n Eutaw 
Crowther Rodney, photographer, over s e cor 

Lexington and Howard, dw 131 n Eutaw 
Croycau Augustin, 3 n Calhoun 
Croyeau Edward A. clerk Harnden Express, 3 

n Calhoun 
Croxall Morris L. clerk, 117 Mulberry 
Croxall Morris, 117 Mulberry 
Crozier Charles, hatter, 127 s Bond 
Crozier James, moulder, 46 McElderry 
Crozier John R. sailmaker, 118 s Caroline 
Crozier John H. bookkeeper, 118 s Caroline 
Crozier E. Johnson, i)rintcr, 127 s Bond 
Crozier Thomas, bricklayer, 73 n Caroline 
Crozier Wm. sailmaker, 118 s Caroline 
Crudden James, furniture wagon, 371 Franklin 
Crudden Samuel, bacon dealer, 371 Franklin 
Cruden Edward, laborer, 95 McElderry 
Cruett John W. (C. k Virtue,) 36 Gough 
CRUETT & VIRTUE, (J. W. C, D. B. Vir- 
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Cruger Lewis, 59 Courtland 
Cruui James, fireman, 563 w Lombard 
Crum John W. shoemaker, 206 Mullikin 
Crumbacker C.W. telegraphist, 128 w Hofifman 
Crumbacker Ephraim, clerk, 128 w Hoffman 
Crunnbie Daniel D. 83 Lanvale 
Crumm Christian, tavern, 59 Thames 
Crumm Louis P. cigarmaker, 59 Thames 
Crummer Alexander, clerk, 126 e Madison 
Crummer Armstrong, draughtsman, 126 e Mad- 
ison 
Crummer Daniel, arcliitect, Sun building, Aw 

126 e Madison 
Crummer Daniel, wagoner, 114 St. Peter 
Crummer Mrs. Eliza A, 126 e Madison 
Crummer Edward, clerk, 126 e Madison 
Crammer Nathan J. grocer, 101 n Eden 
Crump George G. clerk, 2 t Pleasant 
Crump Mrs. Mary, boarding, 24 Pleasant 
Crump Robert A. machinist, 153 Conway 
Crump Sylvanus G. clerk, 24 Pleasant 
Cruse Mrs. Amanda, tobacconist, 85 McElderry 
Cruse Andrew J. police, 85 McElderry 
Cruse Mrs. Catherine, stationery, 44 Thames 
Cruse Charles, engineer, 440 w Lombard 
Cruse Edward, ca,r driver, 166 s Ann 
Cruse Elias T. leaf tobacco, 39 e Fayette 
Cruse Mrs. Elizabeth, 130 Raborg 
Cruse George W. tobacconist, 70 Jefferson 
Cruse Henry, police, 44 Thames 
Cruse Henry, barkeeper, 35 Cambridge 
Cruse Isabella J., 73 North 
Cruse John H. cigarmaker, 73 North 
Cruse John, jr. sweepmaster, 117 s Washington 
Cruse Joseph, finisher, 61 s Schroeder 
Cruse Mrs. Mary, beer, 35 Cambridge 
Cruse Mrs. Matilda, over 316 s Bond 
Cruse Wm. machinist, 130 Raborg 
Cruser Isaac, clerk, 235 Hanover 
Crutchfield Ch.arles C. clerk, 317 w Baltimore 
Cruzen Edward, machinist, 523 w Lombard 
Cubbins Samuel, 9 n Calhoun 
Cuddy Isaac, police, 172 Forrest 
Cuddy Michael, laborer, 58 Fort av 
Cuddy Peter, laborer, 58 Fort av 
Cuff John, laborer, 72 Boyd 
Cuff Patrick, grocery, 38 Block 
Cugle Charles, salesman, 191 St. Paul 
Cugle Edwin, bookkeeper Nat. Exch. Bank, 

191 St. Paul 
Cugle George; clerk. 191 St. Paul 
Cugle, Gray & Co. (J. C, A. W. Gray,) gro- 
cers and com. merch'ts, 48 s Howard 
Cugle John, (C, Gray & Co.) 191 St. Paul 
Cugle John, jr., (John C. jr. & Co.) 294 w 

Lombard 
Cugle John, jr. & Co. (J. C. jr., A. Whitting- 

ton,) confectioners, 147 w Pratt 
Cullan Mrs. Kate, (Thomas &C. )173 Hanover 
Cullan John, laborer, 96 Harford av 
Cullan John, wagoner, 17 Penna. av 



Cullen Mrs. Catherine, trimmings, 17 Penna. av 
Cullen Curtis, clerk, cor Paca and Lombard 
Cullen Daniel, laborer, 14 L. McElderry 
Cullen Daniel, 247 n Gay 
Cullen Edward, laborer, 13 Webster al 
Cullen Frank,' tinner, 14 L. McElderry 
Cullen Mrs. Isabella, 334 e Lombard 
Cullen James, laborer, 751 Light 
Cullen James, hay packer, 125 Ensor 
Cullen James, 14 L. McEldei-ry 
Cullen Dr. John, 53 n Exeter 
Cullen Mrs. Mary, cupper and leecher,10 s Bond 
Cullen Michael, laborer, 131 West 
Cullen Patrick, laborer, Fortav nr Leadenhall 
Cullen Peter, carpenter, Eden nr Aliceanna 
Cullen Thoma.g, shoemaker, 173 Hanover 
Cullen Wm. T. ship carpenter, 334 e Lombard 
Cullender George, mariner, 67 Albemarle 
Culleton James, printer, 134 Harford av 
Culleton John, mariner, 134 Harford av 
CuUey Mrs. Elizabeth, 172 Hughes 
Cullimore John T. (C. & Townsend,) 52 s 

Washington 
Cullimore Mrs. John, 60 s Washington 
Cullimore & Townsend, (John T. C., Francis 

H. Townsend,) ship smiths, 1 and 3 Fell 
Cullington Daniel, cigarmaker, 41 Dolphin 
CulUngton Thomas, tobacconist, 162 Forrest 
Cullington Thos. jr. cigarmaker, 162 Forrest 
Cullington Wm. sign painter, 162 Forrest 
CuUison Enoch, moulder, Falls road near 

Northern av 
Cullison George A. stonemason. Cathedral ext 
Cullison James A. stonecutter, Falls road near 

Northern av 
Cullison James M. millwright, 19 Mosher 
Cullison Jesse M. (Alband & C.) 263 w Biddle 
Cullison Noah, feed, 87 Penna. av 
Cullison Mrs. Susan, cor Northern av and Ca- 
thedral 
Cullison Wm. H. stonemason, cor Northern av 

and Cathedral ' 
CuUura Ann, trimmings, 62 Greenmount av 
Cullum Harriet, teacher, 62 Greenmount av 
CuUum Henry, harnessmaker, 298 n Eden 
Cullum Nelson, carpenter, 310 n Eden 
Cullum Nelson E. clerk, 310 n Eden 
Cullup John, cooper, 127 Slemmer al 
Culnan Mrs. Ann, 28 Anthony 
Gulp Michael blacksmith, 4 n Oregon 
Culpepper Alex. T. salesman, 907 w Baltimore 
Culver Charles, engineer, 4 n Bethel 
Culver William T. cooper, 5 n Sharp, dw 554 

Saratoga 
Cumberland Charles W. laborer, 392 West 
Cumberland Charles, painter, 236 n Bond 
Cumberland Chas. machinist, 201 s Broadway 
CUMBERLAND COAL AND IRON CO., R. 
H. Phippsagt, Locust Point, office 43 J s Gay 
Cumlel Edward, stone polisher, 48 Buren 
Gumming James, shipjoiner, 94 s Washington 
Gumming Miss Jane, young ladies' literary in- 
stitute, 7 n Carey 
Gumming Wm. H. moulder, 138 e Lombard 
CUMMINGS & CO. (John C, Wm. P. Fol- 
linger, ) merchandise brk'rs, 49 Exchange pi 
Cummings Daniel G. clerk, 352 Harford av 
Gummings Enoch, stevedore, 117 s Bethel 
Cummings Francis, laborer, 50 Davis 
Cummings James, laborer, 119 Peirce 
Cummings John, milkman, Philadelphia road 
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Cummings John, porter, 145 Albemarle 
Cummingrs John, (C. & Co.) B.altiraore co 
Cummings J. P. raess'rU. S. Senate, 27 n Pine 
Cummings John L butcher, 5 Richmond mar- 

dw cor Penna. and Northern, avs 
Cummings Lewis H. n e cor Eutaw and Rose 
Cummings Luke, boilermaker, 34 Laurel 
Cummings Mrs. Margaret, n e cor Eutaw and 

Rose 
Cummings Mrs. Mary, 119 Peirce 
Cummings Mrs. Mary, 73 s Eden 
Cummings Patrick, laborer, 53 Durst al 
Cummings Patrick, laborer, 191 s Castle 
Cummings Mrs. Rosanna, seamstress, 120 n 

Fremont 
Cummings Mrs. Rose, 439 Saratoga 
Cummings W. A. (R. P.Gustin& Co.) Foun- 
tain hotel 
Cummings Wm. J. clerk, 73 s Eden 
Cummins Daniel G. confectioner, 214 Chesnut 
Cummins Edward G. fruiterer, 64 n Exeter 
Cummins Jas. (0. Hall wig & Co.) 232 n Bond 
Cummins Jno. millstone worker, 1 82 n Central av 
Cummins John G. fruiterer, 64 n Exeter 
Cummins John R. bookkeeper, 49 Hanover 
Cummins John W. fruiterer, 64 n Exeter 
Cummins Patrick, grocery, 29 Booth 
Cummins Robert K. grocery, n e cor Madison 

and Caroline 
Cummins Rob't P. bricklayer, 236 n Bond 
Cummins Wm. plasterer, 152 Eastern av 
Cummiskey Eugene, attorney, 43 St. Paul, dw 

Gilmor house 
Cunningham Alex, stevedore, 341 Eastern av 
Cunningham Barthol. J. printer, 112 w Fayette 
Cunningham Bernard, laborer, 56 Penna. av 
Cunningham Dr. Charles T. D. 130 e Pratt 
Cunningham Chas. W. brooms, 385 Franklin 
Cunningham Clinton W. clerk, 11 Irwin place 
Cunningham & Cochran, (J. E. A. C, H. W. 

Cochran, ) stoves, tin ware, &c. 53 and 55 s 

Calvert, and Cheapside 
Cunningham Edward H. clerk, 78 e Fayette 
Cunningham Edward, bricklayer, 144 n Bond 
Cunningham Edward, peddler, 5 Neigl\bor 
Cunningham Elizabeth A. 51 n Fremont 
Cunningham Francis, teas, 246 w Pratt 
Cunningham Frances C. laundress, 247 s Bethel 
Cunningham George, carpenter. Swan tavern 
CUNNINGHAM GEO. W. apothecary, 139 e 

Pratt 
Cunningham George A. (Robinson ^ C.) 11 

Irvin pi 
Cunningham George W. clerk, 11 Irvin pi 
Cunningham James, chandler, 99 n Caroline 
Cunningham James B. hackman, 78 e Fayette 
Cunningham James M. clerk, 3 n Exeter 
Cunningham James, stonemason, 99 n Caroline 
CUNNIxNGHAM JAMES, teas, 246w Pratt 
Cunningham John E. A. (C. & Cochran,) 161 

w HolFman 
Cunningham John, laborer, 953 w Pratt 
Cunningham John, laborer, 72 Boyd 
Cunningham John, laborer. 111 Peach al . 
Cunningham John, 93 Front n of Foundry 
Cunningham John D. hackman, 327 Harford av 
Cunningham Jno.W. conductor, 110s Caroline 
Cunningham J. A. laborer, 17 Caml)ridge 
Cunningham Joseph, carpenter, 91 Hillen 
Cunningham Joseph J. oysters, 2 Essex 
Cunningham Merriken, agricultural iraplem't 

maker, 58 Light, dw 3 n Exeter 



Cunningham Mrs. Mary A. 210 Vine 
Cunningham Michael, milkman, 830 w Pratt 
Cunningham Michael, laborer, 176 Ramsay 
Cunningham Michael, drayman, 35 Block 
Cunningham Michael, milk, 190 n Holliday 
Cunningham Mortimer, wood, 130 e Pratt 
Cunningham Nich., laljorer, 29 New Church 
Cunningham Patrick, iron moulder, 100 Scott 
Cunningham Peter, laborer, 304 Cross 
Cunningham Sam'l D. hackman, 327 Harford av 
Cunningham Sarah J. teacher, 425 w Fayette 
Cunningham Susan, teacher, 132 n Eutaw 
Cunningham Thomas, laborer, 5 Camden la 
CUNNINGHAM THOMAS A. coal agent, 31 

South, dw n w cor Madison and Calvert 
Cunningham Wm. clerk, 86 n Charles 
Cunningham Wm. 56 Exchange pi 
Cunningham Wm. A. (J. W. Ross & Co.) 281 

w Fayette 
Cunningham Wm. R. (Clark & C.) 345 n Gay 
Cunningham Wm. H.(Wm. H. C. & Co.) 290 n 

Caroline 
Cunningham Wm. H. & Co.(Wm. H. C, Thos. 

M. Ditman, William A. C.,) flour, feed and 

lime, s w cor Ensor and East 
Cunningham Wm. A. (Wm. H. C. & Co.) 290 

n Caroline 
Cunningham Wm. A. bricklayer, 90 n Eden 
Cunselman Joseph, laborer, 141 s Spring 
Cunzeman John A. tinner, 135 e Lombard 
Cunzemann Wm. hay, 112 n Bethel 
Cuppels Wm. conductor, 2'^7 Cathedral 
Curl Nancy, tavern, 137 Eastern av 
CURLETT JOHN, SON & NORRIS, (W. C, 

R. W. Norris, ) importers and dealers in 

carriage goods, 33 and 35 North 
Curlett John, jr. (Smith & C.) 185 St. Paul 
Curlett Lewis G. com. merch., 3 Camden, dw 

120 Lee 
Curlett T. Spicer, clerk, 185 St. Paul 
Curlett Wm.( J. C, Son & Norris, 79 McCullob 
Curley Bernard, engineer, 83 Boston 
Curley Mrs. Catherine, 7 Foster al 
Curley Daniel, laborer, 29 w Chase 
Curley George W. clerk, 423 Lexington 
Curley Henry R. lumber, John nr Wilson 
Curley Mrs. James, 83 Park 
CURLEY JAMES W. imp'r hardware, 17 n 

Howard, dw Baltimore co 
Curley James F. clerk, 208 Saratoga 
Curley James A. clerk, 167 w Biddle 
Curley John D. clerk, 17 n Howard 
Curley John T. bookkcejier, 143 n Eutaw 
Curley John, liquors, 202 Cathedral 
Curley Dr. Joseph H. cashier People's Bank, 

dw Catonsville 
Curley Mrs. Mary, 202 Madison av 
Curley Mary E., Druid Hill Park 
Curley Margaret, confectionery, 10 Hawk 
Curley Michael, laborer, 11 Rose 
Curley Mich.ael, carter, 65 Elliott 
Curley Owen, laborer, 87 n Aniity 
Curley Thomas, laborer, 23 Constitution 
Curley Thomas, laborer, 37 York 
Curley Timothy, brakesman, 2.') Ryan 
Curley Wm. boilermaker, 113 Henrietta 
Curley Wm. E. clerk, Park la 
Curley Wm. laborer, 46 York 
Cnrns Matthew, driver, Eden s of Aliceanna 
Curran Ann, 78 Druid Hill av 
Curran Bridget, grocery, 44 Cooksie 
Curran Charles A. machinist, 263 n Caroline 



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AOKNTS FOH 

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Curran Daniel, stonecutter, 77 Hillen 
Curran Edmund, laborer, 368 Canton av 
Curran Edward, laborer, 82 s Spring 
Curran Francis, foundryman. 37 Eastern av 
Curran Henrj', janitor, 39 East 
Curran James T. water engineer, 263 n Caroline 
Curran John F. painter, 110 Ensor 
Curran Lewis C. machinist, 263 n Caroline 
Curran ^Mrs. Mary, 16 Scott 
Curran Mic'al,peddrr, rear 59 Centre Mark't sp 
Curran Michael, laborer, 366 Ostend 
Curran Nicholas F. salesman, 133 Bank 
Curran Prof. John, Loyola college 
Curran Patrick, laljorer, 18 Valley 
Curran Patrick, laborer, 44 Cooksie 
Curran Patrick, engineer. Fountain hotel 
Curran Thomas, hackdriver, 5 Littel al 
Curran Thos. shipcarpenter, 368 Canton av 
Curren Bernard, carpenter, 172 n Front 
Curren Mary, dressmaker, 109 Saratoga 
Curren Mrs. Jane, 70 Columbia 
Curren Patrick, laborer, 18 Valley 
Curren Sarah, dressmaker, 109 Saratoga 
Currey A. Rebecca, 356 w Fayette 
Currey Mrs. Sarah, 41 Greenmount av 
Currey Dr. James H. 78 s Paca 
Curry Daniel C. clerk, 84 Hanover 
Curry Eliza, boarding, 38 s Sharp 
Curry Francis, laborer, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Curry Geo. W. baker, 55 s Fremont 
Curry Henry L. clerk, 84 Hanover 
Curry Jas. laborer. Northern av nr Cathedral 
Curry James T. clerk, 84 Hanover 
Curry Mrs. Jane, boarding, 84 Hanover 
Curry John T. shoemaker, 203 Chesnut 
Curry Johr** carpenter, 14 Bennett 
Curry John, shoemaker, 23 Bank 
Curry John R. carpenter, 41 n Caroline 
Curry John, fireman, 287 Cathedral 
Curry John, laborer, 187 s Castle 
Curry John, car driver, 102 Greenmount av 
Curry Joseph, huckster, 7 Preston 
Curry John M. butter, 344 Light 
Curry J. E. carpenter, 468 Walsh 
Curry Peter, coppersmith, 263 e Pratt 
Curry Ruth A. boarding, 40 Camden 
Curry Richard, carpenter, 560 Lexington 
Curry Dr. Wm. H. 124 s Sharp 
Curtain Henry G. 350 Aisquith 
Curtain Henry, butcher, 16 Centre, 20 Lex- 
ington and 16 Richmond markets, dw Har- 
ford av nr city limits 
Curtain James D. cooper, n e cor Gay and Eden 
Curtain James, butcher, 14 Centre, 25 Lexing- 
ton and 16 Richmond markets, dw Harford 
av nr cit_y limits 
Curtain Johanna, huckstress, 17 Diamond 
Curtain Samuel, cooper, rear 37 Light, dw 

204 n Eden 
Curth Wiegand,carp'r, secor Washington and 
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Curtin Mary, dressmaker, 88 Saratoga 
Curtin Patrick, barkeeper, 17 Diamond 
CURTIN ROBERT R. attorney, 85 w Fay- 
ette, dw 56 Lexingion 
Curtin Susan, dressmaker, 88 Saratoga 
Curtis Dr. E. De F., St. John house 
Curtis Henry A. clothing cutter, 230 German 
Curtis James, wagoner, 68 Decker 
Curtis John D. 230 German 
Curtis John A. (Wolfe & C.) 44 n Pine 
Curtis John, huckster, 161 Ensor 
Curtis Jos. W. shoemaker, 52 Johnson 
Curtis Peter, laborer, 233 Lemmon 
Curtis Thomas, hackman, 85 North 
Curvel Charles, bricklayer, 156 w Hoffman 
Curvill Mrs. Marg't A. huckstress, 167 Green- 
mount av 
Curvill Sam'l T. plasterer, 167 Greenmount av 
Curshaw John, cigarmaker, 217 Mulberry 
Cuseck Laughlin, laborer, 27 e Monument 
CUSHINGS & BAILEY, (J. C. jr., L. E. Bai- 
ley, J. M. Gushing,) booksellers and station- 
ers, 262 w Baltimore 
Cushing David, 50 McCulloh 
Cushing David, jr. 50 McCulloh 
Cushing Francis C. (C. & Medairy,) 173 Mad- 
ison av 
Cushing Lieut. Harry C, U. S. A. Fort Mc- 

Henry 
Cushing Henry M. tobacconist, 9 n Liberty, 

dw 191 w Fayette 
Cushing James, blacksmith, 191 s Ann 
Cushing John, (C. k Medairy, ) 173 Madison av 
Cushing Joseph, jr. (C. & Bailey,) 134 Park 
Cushing Joseph M. (C. & Bailey,) 134 Park 
CUSHINGS & MEDAIRY, (John C, Jacob 
H. Medairy, Richard C. Cushing, Francis C. 
Cushing,) booksellers and stationers, 6 n 
Howard 
Cushing Rich'd C. (C. & Medairy,) 173 Madi- 
son av 
Cushing Wiley E. clerk, 134 Park 
Cushley John A. printer, 160 Gough 
Cusick Mrs. Mary, laundress, 161 Aliceanna 
Custello John, wagoner, 181 Eastern av 
CUSTOM HOUSE, (U. S.) n w corner Lom- 
bard and Gay 
Cusiy John, tailor, 36 n Amity 
Custy Patrick, carpenter, 7 Rock 
Cutaiar Francis, insp. of tobacco, and tobac- 
conist, 702 w Baltimore, dw 422 w Fayette 
Cutcher Francis, bricklayer, 44 n Schroeder 
Cutino Alexander, barber, 47 e Baltimore 
Cutler C. B. 68 n Charles 
Cutter George, 232 Aisquith 
Cutter Mrs. Margaret, seamstress, 296 Johnson 
Cutts Thos. W. gas pipe insp'r, 277 Aisquith 
Czarnowsky Francis, second hand dealer, 664 
w Baltimore 



Daan Mrs. Louisa, 78 Granby 

Dabbs Joseph, laborer, 135 Montgomery 

Dabe John, laborer, Harford av opp. Djirley 

Park 
Dabney Dr. Wm. C. res. physician Washing- 
ton Univ'y, n w cor Saratoga and Calvert 
Dabney Edw'd, laborer, 67 Eastern av 
Dabney James, laborer, 67 Eastern av 
Dabney Mrs. Mary, 67 Eastern av 
Dabour John, portr't painter, 265 Saratoga 



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Dacey Cornelius, laborer, 43 Haubert 
Dacey Jereoiiah, laborer, 43 Haubert 
Dade & Davis, (R. D., Wm. G. H. Davis,) to- 
bacco com. rnercb's, s e cor Charles and 

Camden 
Dade Rob't, (D. cj- Davis,) 707 Lexington 
Dadds Thomas E. carpenter, 155 Harford av 
Dadds Wm. D. carpenter, 155 Harford av 
Dady Joshua M. T. carpenter, s w cor Pratt 

and Castle 
Dady John L. ice cream manuf. C9 n Bond 
Dadv Mrs. M. A. grocery, s w cor Pratt and 

Castle 
Dady Henry C. clerk, 340 e Pratt 
Daems August, gardener, Eastern av ext 
Daems Catherine, beer. Eastern av ext 
DafKn Benj. cutler, 15 n Gay, dw 44 n High 
DafiSn Charles C. D engineer, 229 w Fayette 
DafEu Francis D. printer, 203 Mulberry 
Dagenhart Chas. clei-k, 133 Thames 
Dagenhart Mrs. Dora, 133 Thames 
Dagenhart George, tailor, 141 s Spring 
Dagner Charles, baker, 438 n Gay 
Dagner Dennis, laborer, 7 Lewis 
Dagner Lawrence, laborer, 7 Lewis 
Dahill John, laborer, 23 Ringgold al 
Dahl Jacob, grocer, 31 Union 
Dahl Jacob, jr., laborer, 31 Biddle al 
Dahl Louis, tinner, 2 McHenry 
Dahl Louis, tinner, 137 s Fremont 
Dahl AVm. L. butcher, 424 Penna av 
Dahle Charles, express messenger, 12 s Gay 
Dahle Conrad, merch. tailor, 57J n Gay 
Dahle Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding house, 12 s Gay 
Dahle Henry, jeweler, 12 s Gay 
Dahlweiner Henry, trunkmaker, 143 Raborg 
Dahlweiner Mrs. Hannah, 143 Raborg 
Dahlweiner Jacob J. harnessmaker, 143 Raborg 
Dahme Peter, messenger Adams Exp. 167 Lee 
Daicker John, tavern, 53 Leadenhall 
Daicker John, tavern, 34 n Liberty 
Daicker Robert, clerk, 868 w Baltimore 
Daiger Chas. H.(D. & Bramble, )169 Cathedral 
Daiger Dennis, laborer, 9 ILawk 
DAIGER & BRAMBLE, (Chas. H. D., Chas. 

H. Bramble,) com. merchants, over 158 w 

Pratt. [See p. 23 Advertisements. '\ 
Daiger Edward, (with D. & Bramble,) 333 

w Pratt 
Daiger Francis A. foreman, 193 Hanover 
Daiger Fred, hardware, 324 w Pratt 
Daiger James V. (with D. & Bramble,) 272 n 

Howard 
Daiger M. A. cabinetmaker and undertaker, 

74 s Broadway 
Daiger Wm. H. teacher, 129 Orleans 
DAIL T. J. & CO. (T. J. D., John L. Hebb,) 

wholesale grocers and com. march's, 27 

Cheapside 
Dail T Howard, salesman, 161 n Charles 
Dail T. J. (T. J. D. & Co.) 161 n Charles 
Dailey Anthony, (A. D. & Kro.) 759 w Balt'e 
Dailey cf Brother, (Anthony .j- John Dailey,) 

tinners aud stoves, 759 w Baltimore 
Dailey Mrs. Bridget, 1 s Oregon 
Dailey Catherine, seamstress, 144 Aisquith 
Dailey E. painter and varnisher, 66 Ensor, dw 

14G e Fayette 
Dailey Francis, laborer, 128 Battery av 
Dailey Frank Y. clerk, 14G e Fayette 
Dailey James, clerk, 42 s Eutjiw 
Dailey Jeremiah, laborer, 90 St. Peter 



Dailey John, (A. D. & Bro.) 759 w Baltimore 

Dailey John, blacksmith, 122 Scott 

Dailey Michael, blacksmith, 45 Harford av 

Dailey Mrs. Mary, laundress, 76 Albemarle 

Dailey Mrs. Mary, 562 Saratoga 

Dailey Mrs. Mary C, Druid Hill av nr Preston 

Dailey Patrick, laborer, 11 Buren 

Dailey Patrick, laborer, 239 Hamburg 

Dailey Mrs.Rebecca, grocer, cor Fort av and Hull 

Dailey Sam'l, carpenter, 8 L. Paca 

Dailey Stephen, watchman Millers hotel 

Dailey Thomas, machinist,' 9 Willow 

Dailey Thomas, laborer, 7 Abev al 

Dailey Thos.T. fireman, 122 Scott 

Dailey Thomas H. cigarmaker, 73 Oxford 

Dailey Wm. varnisher, 146 e Fayette 

Dailj- E. A. brushmanuf. 131 w Lombard, dw 

630 Lexington 
Daily E. V. surgical instruments, 98 n High 
Daily Timothy, coachman, 45 L Pleasant 
Daily Thomas, saddles and harness, over n e 

cor South and Pratt, dw 230 Aisquith 
Daily Wm. F. surgical instrument maker, 11 

Light, dw 46 w Monument 
Daily Wm. H. clerk, 46 w Monument 
Dainhardt Frederick, cooper, 193 Frederick av 
Daisey Dennis, laborer, corMcMechin and Etting 
Dal by Wm. T. 164 s Sharp 
Dale Robert, carpenter, 244 Mulberry 
Dale Samuel, laborer, 515 Saratoga 
Dale Samuel, jr , carpenter. 274 Mulberry 
Daley Mrs. Catherine, 2 n Eden 
Daley Mrs. Catherine, laundress,37 e Monument 
Daley Francis, laborer, 241 Hamburg 
Daley H. R. cabinetmaker, 295 Saratoga 
Daley Mrs. Isabella, 59 Gough 
Daley Jacob, laborer, 188 Hughes 
Daley Jacob, clerk Water Dep't, 58 n Caroline 
Daley James, 188 Hollins 
Daley James, laborer, 59 Gough 
Daley Joseph W. clerk U. S. N. 24 Jackson 
Daley Joseph, 24 Jackson 
Daley Lizzie, teacher, 24 Jackson 
Daley Michael, blacksmith, 45 Harford av 
Daley Marks, carter, 58 Tyson 
Daley Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 295 Saratoga 
Daley Rosa L. teacher, 24 Jacksoi* 
Daley Samuel, carpenter, 8 L. Paca 
Daley Thomas, laborer, 46 York 
Daley Thomas S. painter, 58 n Caroline 
Dalichau Charles, carpenter, 83 Somerset 
Dail Austin, (Austin D. & Co.l Balto. co 
Dail Austin <^ Co. (Austin and Joseph E. Dail,) 

dry goods com. merchants, 22 Hanover 
Dail Joseph E. (Austin D. & Co.) 155 Park 
Dallam Charles F.(E. Block & Co. )41 w Biddle 
Dallam Edward B., sec'y Md. Ins. and Se- 
curity Co., 57 Second, dw Harford co 
DALLAM H. CLAY, attorney, cor St. Paul 

and Saratoga, dw 269 n Eutaw 
Dallam Joseph W. clerk, P. 0. 49 s Exeter 
Dallam Mrs. S. S. 2G9 n Eutaw 
Dallam Wm. clerk assessor's office Harford co 
Dallam Dr. Wm. clerk U.S. assessor, 49 s Exeter 
Dallam Wm. L. attorney, 40 Lexington, dw 

7 Courtland 
Dallam Wm. W. clerk, 269 n Eutaw 
Dallas Margaret A. 156 n Eutaw 
Daller Chas. puddler, 8 Cuba 
Daller Samuel, puddler, 8 Cuba 
Dail wig Conrad, i)iano maker, 100 n Pine 
Dallwig Mrs. F. milliner, 100 n Pine 



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COiMMISSION MERCHAXTS. 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

D'Almaine Geo. j)hotographer and portrait 

painter, 54J n Charles, dw 520 w Fayette 
D'Aliuaine George M. clerli, 520 w Fayette 
Dalmon Prof. 97 St. Paul 
Dalrymple Andrew, 204 n Exeler 
Dalrymple Dr. Augustine J. :-i30 e Pratt 
Dalrymple Jlrs. Agnes, 204 n Exeter 
Dalrymple Rev. Edwin A. pres't University of 

Md. 32 Mulberry, dw 195 w Lombard 
Dalrymple George W. carpenter, 144 s Paca 
Dalrymple John, machinist, 112 Hill 
Dalrymjile Robert, clerk, 112 Hill 
Dalrymple Thomas, tinner, 7 L. Constitution 
Dalrj-mple Thos. boxmaker, 7 L. Constitution 
Dalrymple AVm. farmer, 204 n Exeter 
Dalrymple Wm. clerk, 166McCulloh 
Dalrymple Mrs. Dr. Wm. D. 143 n Eutaw 
Dalsborz Wra. blacksmith, 1 Baker ct 
Dalsheimer D. & Son, (D. and S D.) whole- 
sale boots and shoes, 288 w Baltimore 
Dalsheimer David,boots and shoes, 233 w Pratt 
Dalsheimer David, (D. D. & Son) 48 s Sharp 
Dalsheimer Henry C.(L. &H. C. D.)48s Sharp 
Dalsheimer Leon, (L. & H. C. D.) 48 s Sharp 
Dalsheimer L. & H. C. (L.and H. C. D.)boots 

and shoes, 55 n Eutaw 
Dalsheimer Sylvan, (D. D. & Son) 46 Pearl 
Dalton John, police, 3 East 
Daly Amanda, 1 Hammond al 
Daly Eugene M. (E. M. D. & Co.) 26 German 
DALY EUGENE M. & CO. (E. M. D., M. 
Henry) prop's German St. Hall, German nr 
Sharp 
Daly Henry C. polisher, 58 Front, n of Foundry 
Daly Henry E. marble polisher, 82 n Holliday 

DALY JAMES, Restaurant and 
Boarding House, 85 North st. 



Daly John, laborer, 6 Bank 

Daly John A. agent, 86 s Exeter 

Daly John A. teacher, 71 Holland 

Daly Michael, porter, 132 Druid Hill av 

Daly Patrick, laborer, 191 Vine 

Daly Peter G. hostler, 9 n Frederick 

Daly Thos. barkeeper, 23 Concord 

Daly Thos. laborer, 46 York 

Damast Philip, carpenter, 202 Montgomery 

Damer Andrew, cabinetmaker, 143 Dover 

Damer Frederick, porter, 242 Hollins 

Darner JohnS. clerk, 184 w Lombard 

Damer Matthew, tailor, 38 Union 

Dames Charles, butcher, 288 Saratoga 

Dames Mrs. Christiana, 179 Stirling 

Dames Lewis, butcher, 288 Saratoga 

Damm Albert, cabinetmaker, 49 Thames 

Damm August, laborer, cor Gist and Canton av 

Damm Mrs. Eiarbara, grocery, cor Gist and 

Canton ar 
Damm John, laborer, 111 Leadenhall 



Dammann F. W. & E., imp'rs of cloths and 

hosiery, 19 Hanover 
Dammann Ernest, (F. W. & E. D.) Lanvale, 

betw Fremont and Chatsworth 
Dammann F. Wm., (F. W. & E. D.) Lanvale, 

betw Fremont and Chatsworth 
Dammann John F. clerk. Lanvale, betw Fre- 
mont and Chatsworth 
Dammann Dr. Lewis H. 51 Scott 
Damme Henry, boots and shoes, 214 s'Broad- 

way 
Dammer Sebastian, huckster, 127 Mulberry 
Dampsy Peter, laborer, 356 n Eutaw 
Danagan Mrs. 65 President 
DANDELET FRANCIS, Bait. Brewery, n e 

cor Conway and Hanover, dw 107 Hanover 
Dandelet Francis, jr. clerk, 107 Hanover 
DandeletFrancis,(Feuillan& D.)124 n Howard 
Danehart Conrad, liquors, 344 s Charles 
Danehey Daniel, driver, rear 25 Bank 
Daneker Anna E. teacher, 185 e Chase 
Daneker & Bro., (C. W. and S. H. D.) ship- 

smiths, 3 Covington 
Daneker Chas. W. (D. & Bro.) 5 Poultney 
Daneker David H. engineer, 224 Montgomery 
Daneker Edwin T. 185 s Charles 
Daneker Frank, clerk, 110 Aisquith 
Daneker George C. clerk, 185 s Charles 
Daneker John, millwright, 25 Henrietta 
Daneker John J. 185 s Charles 
Daneker Orman A. clerk, 110 Aisquith 
Daneker Saml. H.(D. & Bro.) 185 s Charles 
Daneker Mrs. Sarah, 224 Montgomery 
Danels Boliver D., Judge Orphans' Ct., and 

Consul for Venezuela, 43 Lexington, dw 254 

n Charles 
Danels James, scroUsawyer, 399 Canton av 
Danels John D. jr. prop'r Claggett's brewery, 

e Lombard, adjoining Falls, dw 254 n Charles 
Danels Joseph D. clerk, 254 n Charles 
Danenberg Isaac, clerk, 24 Douglass 
Danenberg Philip, clerk, 24 Douglass 
Danenburger Chas. confectioner, 362 Franklin 
Danenfelser Adam, cooper, 188 s Central av 
Dangle Geo. carpenter, 196 s Durham 
Danhardt Henry, laborer, 25 Gittings 
Danhuy Daniel, wagoner, rear 25 Bank 
Daniel Andrew, shoemaker, 191 Vine 
Daniel Aug. varnisher, 11 Sterrett 
Daniel Mrs. Cornelia, 241 n Eutaw 
Daniel David, clerk, 31 Marion 
Daniel John H. (Penniman & Bro.) Fountain 

hotel 
Daniel Michael, 31 Marion 
Daniel Robert, collegiate institute for young 

ladies, 241 n Eutaw, Hamilton terrace 
DANIEL WM. attorney, 7 Courtland, dw 110 

e Baltimore 
Daniels Daniel, laborer, 36 Aliceanna 
Daniels Ezekiel, piledriver, 127 s Paca 
Daniels Geo. W. chairmaker, 162 n Spring 
Daniels Giles, cigarmaker, 32 Bank 
Daniels Mrs. Julia A. milliner, 1 s Exeter 
Daniels J. H. clerk. Fountain hotel 
Daniels Wm. laborer, 36 Aliceanna 
Dankmeyer John F. baker, 905 w Baltimore 
Dankmeyer Theodore, baker, 661 w Baltimore 
Danks Geo. puddler, 152 Canton av 
Dannahar Daniel, laborer, 125 Chesapeake 
Dannan Jerry, engineer, 156 n Front 
Dannanberger Isaac, grocery and liquors, 24 

Douglass 



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Dannelly Dr. F. Oliver, 356 w Lombard 
Dannenberg Frederick K. 339 Lexington 
Dannenberg Mrs. Louisa, 339 Lexington 
Dannenfelser Philip, grocery, 101 Albemarle 
DANNETTEL & Co. (J. H. D., F. Schultze, 
J. A. Silberzahn) packing box makers, 15 n 
Sharp 
Dannettel Henrj' L. cabinet maker, Scott nr 

Columbia 
Dannettel John H. (D. & Co.) 10 New Church 
Danny Edward, 13 Lancaster 
Danskiu Wash'n A.(D. & Co.) 183 w Fayette 
DANSKIN & CO. (W. A. D.) gentlemen's 

furnishing store, 155 w Baltimore 
Danson Capt. Lewis T. mariner, 452 Saratoga 
Danver Robert, 129 s Sharp 
Danz Edward, cap maker, 22 w Pratt 
Danz Frederick, shoemaker, 121 n Spring 
Danz Henry, bakery, 166 n Eden 
Danzaelch Henry, cabinetmaker, 141 Low 
Danzeglock August, baker, 130 Aisquith 
Danzeglock Henry, shoemaker, 855 w Balt'e 
DARBY & CO. (Benj., Philip, David and Benja- 
min F. Darby, ) steam candy manufacturers, 
296 w Baltimore, and 1 n Liberty 
Darby Benj. (D. & Co.) 315 w Fayette 
Darby Benj. F. (D. & Co.) 315 w Fayette 
Darby David, (D & Co.) 531 w Fayette 
Darby Montillion, machinist, 456 w Lombard 
Darby N. R. & Co. (N. R. D., T. Duvall, ) com. 

merch'ts, 101 s Charles 
Darby Nicholas R. (N. R. D. & Co.) Mont- 
gomery CO 
Darby Philip, (D. & Co.) 315 w Fayette 
Darden Geo. F. jeweler, Gilmor house 
Dare Ephraim, steam fitter, 288 Cross 
Dare Gideon G. (D., Hull & Dixon,) 228 w 

Lombard 
Dare Dr. George H. 19 s Howard 
Dare, Hull & Dixon, (Gideon G. D., Thos. B. 
Hull, Isaac F. Dixon, jr.) general com. mer- 
chants, 95 s Charles 
Dare James G. clerk, 19 s Howard 
Dare John, clerk, 38 n Calvert 
Dare Nathaniel, 38 n Calvert 
DARE MRS. SARAH J. boarding,38 n Calvert 
Dare Wm. H. hardware, 258 w Pratt, dw 183 

s Paca 
Dareing Conrad, laborer, 11 Barnes 
Daring Christian, huckster, 211 w Fayette 
Darley John, police, 95 Aisquith 
Darfey John W. shoemaker, 96 Jefferson 
Darley Mrs. Sarah, fancy goods, 97 Lexington 
Darling Mrs. Eliza, 157 Forrest 
Darling F. Taylor, 157 Forrest 
Darling Dr. Henry, 143 Mulberry 
Darling Isaac, driver, 157 Forrest 
Darling James H. tinner, 97 Aisquith 
Darling James T. carpenter, 273 Mulberry 
Darling John, bricklayer, Voshell house 
Dai ling John, sr., police, 97 Aisquith 
Darling John, jr., bricklayer, 97 Aisquith 
Darling Lewis, baker, 137 n Eutaw 
Darmstadt Henry, laborer, 54 s Central av 
Darmstadt Philip, miner, 202 s Chapel 
Darrah W. E. oils and lamps, 60 s Sharp, dw 

Mansion house 
Darraugh Mrs. Ann J. 13 n Caroline 
Darraugh M. A. dressmaker, 247 e Lombard 
Darraugh James, tavern, 193 s Caroline 
Darrell Charles, (John Biggar & Co.) 245 n 
Calvert 



Darraugh Wm. shoemaker, 396 Harford av 
Darrell Stewart, (J. C. Yates & Co.) 245 n 

Calvert 
Darring Frederick, porter, over 45 Harrison 
Darrough Samuel, 2 Willow 
Darrough Wm. police, 396 Harford av 
Dart John R. collarmaker, 358 e Fayette 
Dasch Charles W. bookkeeper, 189 Hollins 
Dasch John M. jr., blacksmith, 176 Hamburg 
Dasch John P. tavern, 189 Hollins 
Dasche August, lab'r, over 80 Centre Market sp 
Dash Adam, silversmith, 51s Monroe 
Dashields Geo. M. coach trimlner, Regester bet 

Orleans and Jefferson 
Dashields Thos. clerk, 244 Aisquith 
Dashiell Mrs. Ann, 139 s Washington 
Dashiell Charles E. carver, 139 s Washington 
Dashiell Daniel, house painter, Regester betw 

Orleans and Jefferson 
Dashiell Geo. H. painter, 139 s Washington 
Dashiell James T. mariner, 139 s Washington 
Dashiell Rev. John H.school,195 w Biddledw49 
Dashiell Mrs. Louisa T. 207 s Broadway 
Dashiell Levin F. rope maker, 1 1 s Washington 
Dashiell Mrs. Mary, 207 s Broadway 
Dashiell Mrs. Mary, 40 w Monument 
Dashiell Mitchell, mariner, 27^ Aisquith 
DASHIELL DR. NICHOLAS LEEKE, 207 s 

Broadway 
Dashiell Robert, last maker, Regester between 

Orleans and Jefferson 
Dashiell Richard H. ship carpenter, 139 s 

Washington 
Dashiell S. K. real estate broker, 32 St. Paul, 

dw Howard co 
Dashiell Wm. 0. clerk, 27 J Aisquith 
Dashiell Wm. R. bricklayer, 50 Holland 
Dasinger Mrs. Barbara, laundress, Payson nr 

Lombard 
Dassing Francis W. laborer, 20 Elizabeth la 
Datz Martin, laborer, 5 Shakspear 
Daub Adam, blacksmith, 398 n Gay 
Daub Christian, grocer, &c., 8 n Caroline 
Daubert Frederick, laborer, 3 Hughes 
Daubert Louis, shoemaker, 71 Portland 
Daubert John, whitewasher, 15 Baker's ct 
Daubert Ludwig, shoemaker, 71 Portland 
Daubrat Frederick, laborer. 3 Humes 
Dauchert Charles, watchmaker, 10 n Caroline 
Dauenhauer Louis, carpenter, 210 e Lombard 
Daiighaday Joseph, bricklayer, 128 Chew 
Daughaday Richard, marble cutter. 128 Chew 
Daughaday Samuel, stone cutter, 43 Milliman 
Daugherty Geo. harness maker, 93 Peach al 
Daugherty George, City yard, 80 Preston 
Daugherty James, plasterer, 51 Preston 
Daugherty John, carpenter, 13 Park av 
Daugherty John T. carpenter, 221 Hollins 
Daugherty John W. coal, 16 Jackson sq 
Daugherty, Magulre ^- Wright, (J. M. D., J, 

F. Maguire, J. N. Wright, ) job printers, 20 

Second 
Daugherty J. M. (D., Maguire & Wright,) 80 

Harford av 
Daugherty Mrs. Mary J. tailoress, 147 n Bond 
Daugherty Mrs. Priscilla A. 16 Jackson 
Daugherty Philip, paper carrier, 20 n Bond 
Daugherty Thos. Benton, printer, 119 e Eager 
Dauler Christian, slater, 244 Hanover 
Daum Conrad, tailor, 110 Low 
Dauman George, basket maker, 25 Perry 
Dausch John, tailor, 46 s Wolfe 



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Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOi :nts fok 

Roseiidiile Cement & Planter, 

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Dausch J. P. stevedore, 151 s Ann 

Dausch Peter, mu^ic teacher, s e cor Broadway 

and Hampstead 
Dauterich John, tavern, 8 n Eden 
Davalt Jacob, boilermaker, 110 Hamburg 
Davault Wm. barkeeper, 126 Light 
Davenport James C. clerk, 141 s Paca 
Davenport Jas. C. salesman, 196 w Lombard 
Davey Mrs. Elizabeth, grocery, 63 e Monument 
Davey James, laborer, 11 L. Paca 
Davids Albert G. 274 Park av 
Davids Garret B.(Denmead& Son, ) 2 74 Park av 
Davidson Andrew, brass finisher,12 McElderry 
Davidson A. B. 60 McCuUoh 
Davidson Chas. C. shoemaker, 336 Franklin 
DAVIDSON C. Y. gas fixtures, 15 n Liberty, 

dw 201 n Calvert 
Davidson Edward, watchman, 170 Penna av 
Davidson E. F. clerk, 56 Commerce 
Davidson F. H. hardware, 158 Franklin, dw 

John above Mcilechiu 
Davidson Francis, 119 n Central av 
Davidson George McF. harnessmaker, 767 w 

Baltimore 
Davidson James B. fireman, 80 Warner 
Davidson James H. painter, 151 n Central av 
Davidson Jas. painter, 94 s Charles 
Davidson James W. huckster, 329 Harford av 
Davidson John A. chemist, 190 Hanover 
Davidson John E. clerk, 75 St. Paul 
Davidson John G. clerk, 276 e Baltimore 
Davidson John G. clerk, 75 St. Paul 
Davidson John 0. shoefitter, 336 Franklin 
Davidson Mrs. Julia, 59 Courtland 
bavidson Mrs. Marsaret, 47 e Monument 
Davidson Mary, 3 Friendship 
Davidson Ma.xwell T. 31 Lanvale 
Davidson Robert J. gas fitter, 776 w Balti- 
more, dw 767 
Davidson Roliert, bricklayer, 233 e Madison 
Davidson Sam'l M. clerk, 67 s Charles 
Davidson Samuel G. police, cor Point la and 

Harford av 
Davidson Mrs. Dr. Samuel A. 67 s Charles 
Davidson William, ropemaker, Harford av nr 

Point la 
Davidson Wm. S. 336 Franklin 
Davidson Wm. T. (Adams & D.) 213 St. Paul 
Davies Chas. actor, 3 Centre Market sp 
Davies John L. ilusic hall, 3 Centre Market sp 
Davies Sam'l K. concert managery55 Courtland 
Davies Col. Wm. H. farmer, 55 Courtland 
Davies Wm. T. clerk, 106 n Broadway 
Davies Wm. T. salesman, 17 s Howard 
Davine, Mrs. Margaret, 18 Biddle al 
Davis Abby M. teacher of dress cutting, over 

65 w Baltimore 
Davis Abram, engineer, 234 Preston 
Davis Albert, sup't light house, 1 Hill 
Davis Alexander T. plasterer, 75 Pearl 
Davis Albin P. machinist, 10 s Republican 



Davis A.G. snp't teleg'h B.&O.R. 77 n Charles 
Davis Amanda, 4 Necessity al 
Davis Amelia, seamstress, 14 Union 
Davis Amos JI. cooper, 139 Hamburg 
Davis Andrew, carpenter, 186 Penna. av 
Davis Mrs. Ann, seamstress, 224 German 
Davis Mrs. Annie L. 64 n Charles 
Davis Archibald T. (D. & Lovejoy) Franklin 

nr Oregon 
Davis August, laborer, 154 s Washington 
Davis Augustus, tailor, 70 Harrison 
Davis Augustus L. 184 n Eutaw 
Davis Benjamin, 66 Thames 
Davis Benj. copper smelter, Clinton s of Boston 
Davis Benj'n M. mariner, 163 Hughes 
Davis Benton C. engineer, 101 William 
Davis Bradford A. sailmaker, 71 Smith's whf, 

dw 63 s Bond 
Davis Bradley, harnessmaker, 94 s Carey 
Davis Mrs. Caroline, 286 Lexington 
DAVIS CHAS. A. collector and constable, 

basement n e cor Baltimore and Paca, dw 

30 n Republican 
Davis Charles H. pilot, 209 Bank 
Davis Charles W. laborer, 55 Scott 
Davis Charles M. carpenter, 10 McCulloh 
Davis Charles, tailor, rear 12 n Gay 
Davis Charles W. bookkeeper, 134 Mulberry 
Davis Charles H. pub. Mystic Tie, 71 w Balti- 
more, dw 170 e Monument 
Davis Mrs. Clara, boarding, 60 n Central av 
Davis Chris. C.B. baggagemast.244w Fayette 
Davis Clinton W. clerk, 31 Jackson 
Davis Cyrus, printer, 31 Jackson 
Davis Daniel, laborer, 11 Hull 
Davis Dennis A. clerk, 106 McCulloh' 
DAVIS D. 0. & CO. (D. 0. Davis) paper 

warehouse, 52 s Charles 
Davis Dennis 0.(D. 0. D. & Co.)106 McCulloh 
Davis Edward, wagoner, 48 Hammond al 
Davis Edward, laborer, 76 Albemarle 
Davis E R. salesman, 176 w Lombard 
Davis Edward, carpenter, 73 Eislein 
Davis Edwin R. att'y and real estate agent, 

2 South, dw 162 Hanover 
Davis Edwin, carpenter, 26 Grundy 
Davis Elizabeth, laundress, Gilmor house 
Davis Elizabeth, 55 Scott 
Davis Mrs. Elizabeth, 361 e Baltimore 
Davis Elizabeth, 24 Front n of Foundry 
Davis Mrs. Elizabeth A. dry goods, 52 Jefferson 

DAVIS PRANK E., Archite c t , 
Room No. 2, 2d Story, over 117 
w Baltimore St., dw 28 Camden. 

Davis Frederick, turnkey, 60 n Holliday 
Davis Frederick, tinner, 233 Aliceanna 
Davis George, grocery, 47 n Pine,dw 159 Druid 

Hill av 
Davis George T. boilermaker, 160 Hughes 
Davis George W. jr., clerk, 321 Druid Hill av 
Davis George W. upholsterer, 15 e Madison 
Davis George S. plasterer, 75 Pearl 
Davis G. H. (Dade & D.) Carroll co 
Davis George W. shipsmith, 128 Cross 
Davis George W. carpenter, 168 George 
Davis George W. carpenter, 29 s Schroeder 
Davis George A. jr., plasterer 75 Pearl 
Davis George A. builder, Townsend, one door 

w of Fremont 



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Davis George W. jr., grocery, s w cor Forrest 

and Eager 
Davis George M. clerk, 122 Jefferson 
Davis George M. carpenter, 32T Penna. av 
Davis G. W. sr., property agt. 321 Druid Hillav 
Davis Mrs. Harriet, 170 Chesnut 
Davis Mrs. Harriet, 166 Penna. av 
Davis Henrietta, teacher, 52 Walsh 
Davis Henry, coppersmelter, 69 Elliott 
Davis Henry, carter, 22 Clinton 
Davis Mrs. Henry W. 56 Franklin 
Davis Henry, moulder, Falls road nr toll gate 
Davis Howard, millwright, 349 Franklin 
Davis Hugh, fireman, 32 Abey al 
Davis I. Thomas & Co. (I. Thomas Davis,) salt 

dealers, 47 South 
Davis I. Thomas,(I. Thomas D. & Co.)George- 

town, D. C. 
Davis Jacob C. carpenter, 443 w Lombard 
Davis Jacob T. millwright, 343 Franklin 
Davis James C. carpenter, 24 Townsend 
Davis Jacob T. polisher, 158 Franklin 
Davis James A. clerk. 106 McCulloh 
Davis James, hostler, 83 North 
Davis James E. coal, s w cor Bond and Lom- 
bard, d\v 209 e Pratt 
Davis John, junk, 292 s Caroline, dw Alice- 
anna nr Essex 
Davis John, hackman, 89 North 
Davis John, tailor, 259 n Bond 
Davis John, laborer, Clinton s of Boston 
Davis John C. mast, of machinery B. & 0. R. 

R. dw 35 n Gilmor 
Davis John A. C. clerk, 24 n Front 
Davis John E. bricklayer, 221 s Paca 
Davis John E. rigger, 21 s Oregon 
Davis John T. tinner, 287 Hanover 
Davis John F. carpenter, 80 s Paca 
Davis John D. brakesman. 362 w Lombard 
Davis John T. shoemaker, 224 German 
Davis John, stone cutter, Mt Royal nr reservoir 
Davis John C. carpenter, 369 w Fayette 
Davis John C. carpenter, 163 George 
Davis John F. bricklayer, 77 Lee 
Davis John, plasterer, Belair av nr Chester 
Davis John K. coacbtrimmer, 321 Druid Hill av 
Davis John R. (J. A. Wilson & Co.) 313 w 

Baltimore ' 

DAVLS JOHN W. sheriff of Bait, city, base- 
ment courthouse, dw Park av nr Lanvale 
Davis John W. tinner, 85 Hamburg 
Davis John W. carter, 109 Yorjt 
Davis John W. builder, 102 n Bond 
Davis .lohn Y. stonecutter, 158 Franklin 
Davis Joseph, brewer, 111 n Fremont 
Davis Josej)h, chairmaker, 57 Chew 
Davis Joseph, tinner, 224 German 
Davis Joseph H. laborer, 204 German 
Davis Joseph H. miller, 461 Franklin 
Davis Laurence B. carpenter, 101 Granby 
Davis Lawrence C. brakesman, 123 Raborg 
Davis & Lovejoy, (A. D., Harry A. L. Love- 
joy,) tinners, 51 Pearl 
Davis Louis, laborer, 19 Spruce al 
Davis Mrs. Maria E., 140 s Broadway 
Davis .Mrs. Mary, 75 Cross 
Davis .Mrs. Mary, 317 n Central av 
Davis Mrs. Mary A. 157 s Paca 
Davis Mrs. Mary A. tavern, 71 Cooksie 
Davis .Mrs. Mary A, 69 s Schroeder 
Davis Mrs. Mary A., Clinton nr Boston 
Davis Mrs. Mary C, 224 Lee 



Davis Mrs. Mary E. grocery, 69 Elliott 

Davis Mrs. Mary, Clinton s of Boston 

Davis Mrs. Mary, confect'y, Clinton s of Boston 

Davis Mary M., 179 Franklin 

Davis Mrs. Mary M. seamstress, 48 Hammond al 

Davis Mrs. Margaret, 1 Cuba 

Davis Mrs. Jlargaret, 70 Durst al 

Davis & Miller, (Andrew J. Miller,) wholesale 

druggists, 12 n Howard 
Davis Morris, shoemaker, 108 Eastern av 
Davis Orlando A. shoemaker, 150 Hanover 
Davis Oscar, paper, 106 McCulloh 
Davis & Pettibone, (S. D., C. Pettibone, ) corn- 
merchants, over 153 w Pratt 
Davis Ralph, clothing, 222 Harrison 
Davis Reverdy, machinist, 46 Eislein 
Davis Richard, stonecutter, N. C. R. nr North- 
ern av 
Davis Richard L. carpenter, 66 Raborg 
Davis Richard, laborer, Falls rd nr toll gate 
Davis Richard, clerk, 198 e Pratt 
Davis Richard, stonec'r,n e cor Pratt and Penn 
Davis Richard T. sr., dry goods, n e cor Druid 

Hill av and Preston 
Davis Robert, (R. D. & Co.) s w cor Pine and 

Lexington 
Davis Robert, laborer, 53 Chatsworth 
Davis Robert & Co. (R. D., C. C. Backus,) 

wholesale druggists, 103 Franklin 
Davis Robert P. police, 117 n Eden 
Davis Robert McL. clerk, n w cor Park av and 

Townsend 
Davis Bobert N. painter, 8 Covington 
Davis Robert P. police, 52 Jefferson 
Davis Samuel, laborer, Northern av nr Cathe- 
dral 
Davis Samuel G. laborer, 77 s Fremont 
Davis Samuel S. clerk. Park av nr Townsend 
Davis Jlrs. Sarah A., 142 n Eutaw 
Davis Sarah J., 28 Richmond 
Davis Shalmaneser, (D. & Pettibone,) 34 Con- 
way 
Davis Silas W. police, 485 w Lombard 
Davis Simon, moulder, 216 Columbia 
Davis Mrs. Sophia, clothing, 66 Thames 
DAVIS STEPHEN, boot and shoe raanuf, 150 

Lexington, dw. 556 
Davis Mrs. Susan, grocery, 86 Holland 
Davis Jlrs. Susan. 147 Hughes 
Davis Thomas, grocery, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Davis Thomas, boots and shoes, 196| Lexing- 
ton, dw 500 w Fayette 
Davis Thomas P. huckster, 366 Canton av 
Davis Thomas G. blacksmith, 115 Vine 
Davis Thomas, grocery, Clinton s of Boston 
Davis Thomas H. J. cabinetmaker, 84 n Exeter 
Davis Thomas B. cooper, 285 Columbia 
Davis Thomas B. bookkeeper, 125 Park av 
Davis Thomas, tobacconist, 204 n Gay, dvr 233 

e Madison 
Davis Thomas, blacksmith, 101 Raborg 
Davis ThomaSj.tailor, 133 e Monument 
Davis Thomas B. clerk, 125 Park av 
Davis Thomas, drayman, 12 s Bond 
Davis Thomas W. trunkmaker, 19 s Schroeder 
Davis Thomas W. stonemason, 71 Cooksie 
Davis Thomas mariner, 267 s Wolfe 
Davis Travis W. shipcarpenter, 184 William 
Davis Tyler, mail agent. Gen. Wayne hotel 
Davis Wm. sailor, 301 s Bond 
Davis Wm. clerk, n w cor Preston and Druid 
Hill av 



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Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S "WHARF. 

Davis W. E. W. plasterer, 75 Pearl 
Davis Wm. A. shoemaker, 255 n Eden 
Davis Wm. H. house carpenter, 145 Conway 
Davis Dr. Wm. H., 193 n Howard 
Davis Wm. C. restaurant, 3 n High 
Davis Wm. H. conductor city cars, 211 Bank 
Davis Wm. M. machinist, 97 w Biddle 
Davis Wm. E. (W. E. D. & Co.) 28 Camden 
Davis Wm. E. & Co. (W. E. Davis) manuf. 

iron railing, 144 Camden 
Davis Wm. B. cooper, 221 s Paca 
Davis Wm. mariner, 301 s Bond 
Davis Wm. M. mariner, 55 Scott 
Davis Wm. B. bricklayer, 221 s Paca 
Davis Wm. H. boatbuilder, Harrison near El- 
liott, Canton 
Davis Wm. J. shipcarpenter, 184 William 
Davis Wm. stationery, 161 e Baltimore 
Davis Wm. 0. carpenter, 361 e Baltimore 
Davis Wm. R. carpenter, 86 Holland 
Davis Wilson, mariner, 6 Covington 
Davis Wm. R. carpenter, 100 s Carey 
Davison Calvin T. clerk, 619 w Fayette 
Davison Geo. W. (Wm. D. & Co.) 72 Bolton 
DAVISON, SYMINGTON & CO. (Wm. D., 
W. S. and T. A. Symington,) manufs. acids, 
over 104 w Lombard. 
Davison Thomas W. clerk, 237 n Eden 
Davison Wm. J. (W. D. & Co.) 619 w Fayette 

DAVISON WM. & CO. (Wm. J. and 
George W. Davison,) Maunfac- 
turers of Varnishes, White Lead, 
French and American Zincs in 
Oil, Colors, Whiting, Putty, Re- 
fined Saltpetre, Spanish Brown, 
Venetian Red, Fellow Ochre, &c., 
104 w Lombard-st. 

Davison Wm. ( W. D. & Co.) Baltimore co 

Davy John, 140 w Lombard 

Davy John W. salesman, Maltby house 

Daw Wm. T. bootmaker, 211 n Central av 

Dawer John, shoemaker, 39 Brown 

Dawes Edw'd B. butter, 178 8 Eutaw 

Dawes Francis, cooper, Centre al nr w Fayette, 

dw 159 w Fayette 
Dawes John, huckster, 281 s Paca 
Dawes Capt. Joseph, mariner, 116 s High 
Dawes Capt. George R. mariner, 37 n Eden 
Dawes Mrs. Mary, 116 s High 
Dawkins J. A. 17 Commerce, dw 90 Mulberry 
Dawley I. N. sec'y Nicolson Pavem't Co. 35 

n HoUiday 
Daws Henry, carpenter and builder, 68 Cider 

al, dw 402 Lexington 
Dawson Anna, laundress, 73 Walsh 
Dawson Mrs. Charles, 104 s Howard 



Dawson C. Scott, bookkeeper, 189 w Fayette 
Dawson Edgar G. 70 w Madison 
Dawson Edw'd M. jr. clerk, 248 w Lombard 
Dawson George, clerk, 189 Linden av 
Dawson Gideon R, tailor, over 10 St. Paul, 

dw Mansion house 
Dawson Hugh, currier, 15 w Second, dw 231 

Conway 
Dawson Isaac, cabinetmaker, 25 Camden 
Dawson John, tinner, 120 Gough 
Dawson Linsay T. watchman, 36 Cross 
Dawson Philip T. 46 n Broadway 
DawsoD Samuel, shipcarpenter, 164 s Ann 
Dawson Sarah, teacher, 319 e Baltimore 
Dawson Thos. picture framer, 104 s Howard 
Dawson Thos. shipcarpenter, 299 Eastern av 
Dawson Wm. H. jr. attorney, s e cor Fayette 

and North, dw 21 Courtland 
Dawson Wra. H. attorney, 105 St. Paul 
Dawson Wm. H. sr. surveyor, n e cor St. Paul 

and Fayette, dw 21 Courtland 
Dawson Wm. P. (Thos. R. Matthews & Sons.) 

196 w Biddle 
Day Alexander H. shipcarpenter, 136 s Chester 
Day Alfred G. saddler, 421 w Baltimore, dw 

252 w Fayette 
Day Asa, cooper, 224 e Lombard 
Day Charles S. millwright, 66 n Broadway 
Day Edward H. shipcarpenter, 189 Bank 
Day Mrs. Eliza, 304 e Chase 
Day George A. puddler, 18 Essex 
Day Hazen, baker, 186 Vine 
Day Ira, cashier N. C. R., 5 Courtland 
Day Isaac, sailor, 224 e Lombard 
Day Ishmael, inspector C. H. 105n High 
Day Jacob, photographer, 304 e Chase 
Day John, bricklayer, 303 e Pratt 
Day Mrs. Margaret, boarding, 294 s Ann 
Day Milton, patent agent, Strieker betw Mc- 

Henry and Ramsay 
Day Norman, (Turner & D.) Gilmor house 
Day 0. F. (R. Lawson & Co.) 277 w Baltimore 
Day Sam'l G. tinner, 91 n Calvert, dw 304 e 

Chase 
Day Sarah, dressmaker, 3 Orleans 
Day Sarah E. teacher, 304 e Chase 
Day Sarah W. 738 w Baltimore 
Day Rev. Willard G. 11 McCulIoh 
Day Wm. shipcarpenter, 136 s Chester 
Dayman Peter W. of tobacco warehouse, 43 Hill 
Daymon Peter, screwman, 43 Hill 
Dayton George W. shipsmith, 641 Light 
Deacon Daniel, shoemaker, 86 e Madison 
Deacon John, grocery, 30 Hampstead 
Deacon John, laborer, 3 Elliott 
Deacon Thomas, laborer, 32 Bennett 
Deady John L. ice cream, 50 Ensor, dw 69 n 

Bond 
Deal Catherine, huckstress, 8 Mott 
Deal Charles S. plumber, 25 Buren 
Deal Fred'k, grocery, 37 s Bethel 
Deal Geo. W. bricklayer, 221 MuUikin 
Deal Henry, laborer, 9 Hammond al 
Deal John H. police, 15 Constitution 
Deal Rev. John S. 253 Harford av 
Deal John T. brassfinisher, 241 n Eden 
Deal Wm. C. plumber, 90 Park, dw 27 Buren 
Deal Wm. laborer, 59 e Monument 
Deal Wm. carpenter, 25 Buren 
Deale James F. clerk, 88 Lee 
Deale Mrs. S. A. 88 Lee 
Deale Lemuel, cabinetmaker, 275 e Madison 



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DealeMrs. Wm. G. 174 Linden aT 

Dealman H. baker, 49 James la 

Dealman Mrs. Mary, laundress, 252 e Eager 

Dealy Owen, grocery, 85 n Dallas 

Dealys Wm.M.s w cor Caroline and Hampstead 

Dean Adam, fireman, 3G5 Franklin 

Dean & Colley, (Wm. A. D., J. W. Colley,) 

dr}' goods com. merch's, 5 German 
Dean Geo. A. engineer, 652 w Lombard 
Dean George A. salesman, HS n Dallas 
Dean H. A., Eutaw house 
Dean Ira, carpenter, 76 Block 
Dean Jobn, clerk Q. ^l. dept. 305 w Fayette 
Dean John A. clerk Q. M. dept. 504 w Fayette 
Dean Margaret, tavern, 163 Eastern av 
Dean Michael, 163 Eastern av 
Dean Michael, carter, 277 e Monument 
Dean Richard, turner, 178 e Fayette 
Dean Thomas, carpenter, 241 Franklin 
Dean AVra. A. (D. & Colley,) Eutaw house 
Dean Wm. sec'y and treas'r Canton Co., cor 

Boston and Patuxent 
Dear Charles, cooper, 390 s Charles 
Dear John T. engineer, 162 Hughes 
Dear Wm. basketmaker, 157 s Washington 
Dearing Henry, plasterer, 98 Henrietta 
Dearing Margaret, grocery, 267 L. Hughes 
Dearing Valentine, tailor, 140 s Caroline 
Dearkar Henry, drayman, 88 York 
Dears Fred'k, butcher, 352 Washington av 
Deary Michael, laborer, 182 East 
Deaver Alice, seamstress, 10 Mott 
Deaver Mrs. C. tailoress, 287 s Paca 
Deaver George R. police, 127 s Eden 
Deaver Mrs. Gertrude, tailoress, 42 Booth 
Deaver James, waterman, 272 e Monument 
Deaver Jehu C. machinist, 172 Chesnut 
Deaver Jehu, canmaker, 58 s Caroline 
Deaver John, canmaker, 58 s Caroline 
Deaver Joseph E. painter, 177 Warner 
Deaver Margaret A. 58 s Caroline 
Deaver Margaret R. dressmaker, 110 Hillen 
Deaver Mrs. Mary Ann, dressmalcer, 110 Hillen 
Deaver Stephen, laborer, 67 n Poppleton 
Deaver Stephen, laborer, 287 s Paca 
Deaver Wm. R. painter, Madison la betw£utaw 

and Madison 
Deaver Wm. machinist, 58 s Caroline 
Deaves George T. tinner, 95 Albemarle 
Debar Henry, blacksmith, 18 s Oregon 
De Baufre Wm. H. { Wm. H. De B. & Co.) 234 

e Lombard 
De Baufre Wm. H. & Co. (Wm. H. De Baufre,) 

boot and shoe store, 86 s Broadway 
Debbrich John, laborer, 145 Welcome al 
Debeer Jacob, tailor, 192 Lexington 
De Beet Wm. C. ornam'l painter, 23 e Fayette 
Debelius Frank, mariner, 110 s Spring 
Debertin Andrew, tavern, 239 Hollins 
Debow Charles T. miller, 198 Mulberry 
Debow Christian, tinner, 357 e Fayette 
Debow Sarah 8 n Amity 
Debring Anthony, engineer, 288 n Eutaw 
Debring Bernard, iron worker, 134 L. Greene 
Debring G. A. shoemaker, 156 Druid Plill av 
Debring Rebecca A. shoe store, 133 n Eutaw 
Decaindry Edward, printer, Chesapeake, Can. 
De Caindry Augustin, carpenter, 23 Elliott 
De Camp Mary J. 48 Conway 
Decholt Chus. G. bookkeeper, 150 Hillen 
Deck Anton, cooper, 98 Leadenhall 
Deck Henry, tobacco warehouse, 455 Saratoga 



Deck John, boilermaker, 366 Penna av 

Deck John S. bakery, 280 n Howard 

Deck Lanehart, nightman, 231i Mulberry 

Deck Martin, cooper, 82 Leadenhall 

Deck Wm. sr. lager beer saloon, 455 Saratoga 

Deck Wm. jr. carter, 455 Saratoga 

Deckel Conrad, weaver, 19 8 Schroeder 

Deckelman John, shoemaker, 37 Chatsworth 

Decker Addison, blacksmith, 92 Bank 

Decker Bernard, clerk, 19 Pearl 

Decker Belthazar, tobacconist, 167 Forrest,dw 

273 n Central av 
Decker Barbara, grocery, 59 Carlton 
Decker Christian, rags, 48 Carlton 
Decker Charles, butcher, 35 Fells P't Market, 

dw Hudson nr Clinton 
Decker Everhardt, shoemaker, 8 Callender al 
Decker Francis, tailor, 273 n Central av 
Decker Frederick, carpenter, 241 eBiddle 
Decker Frederick, well digger, 4 s Chapel 
Decker George, 149 w Fayette 
Decker Henry, merch't tailor, 262 n Gay 
Decker Henry, laborer, 10 n Oregon 
Decker Jacob F. of Com. & Farm. National 

Bank, 149 w Fayette 
Decker John G. rags, 59 Carlton 
Decker Lewis, clerk, 149 w Fayette 
Decker Mary A. dry goods, 273 n Central av 
Decker Wm. grocery, 755 Light 
Deckert August, laborer, 75 McHenry 
Deckert Daniel R. huckster, 75 McKenry 
Deckhardt Charles, drayman, 450 w Pratt 
Deckhaut Adam, huckster, 219 Aliceanna 
Deckleman Geo. shoemaker, 99 Peirce 
Deckman Henry, blacksmith, 171 King 
Deckman John, confectioner, 33 and 35 Han- 
over market, dw 246 s Eutaw 
Deckman John H. confectioner, 246 s Eutaw 
Decon Adam, junk, 123 Eastern av 
De Coninck Francis, attorney, Gilmor house 
De Cormis Edwd.jr.(De C.& Hiss, ) Ellicott city 
De Cormis Edward, salesman. Decker nr Hoff- 
man 
De Cormis & Hiss, (Edwd. De C, Douglass 
Hiss.) wholesale wines, liquors and com. 
merchants, 21 Cheapside 
De Cormis Louis, bookkeeper. Decker nr Hoff- 
man 
De Courcelle Augustin, prof, of languages. 

119 Mulberry 
De Courcelle Henry, police, 119 Mulberry 
De Coursay John, contractor, 70 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
DE COURT JULIEN, French vice consul, 79 

Exchange place, dw 85 Franklin 
Dee Mrs. Ann, 25 Lemmon 
Dee Jacob, shoemaker, 132 Ensor 
Dee James, laborer, 25 Lemmon 
Dee Morris M. machinist, 25 Lemmon 
Dee Morris, fruit, 22 Hillen 
Dee Richard, confectioner, 24 Hillen 
Deeg John, driver, 251 s Charles 
Deegan John laborer, 59 s Dewberry al 
Deem Michael, shoemaker, 335 n Central av 
Deemer Henry, cooper, 194 s Bond 
Deemer Paul, laborer, 208 Battery av 
Deems Adam W. blacksmith, 379 Hamburg 
Deems Edward, moulder. Falls rd nr toll gate 
Deems Frederick E. painter, 162 Dover 
Deems George, machinist, 163 Hollins 
Deems Rev. George W. 28 s Calhoun 
Deems George W. jr. clerk, 28 s Calhoun 



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COilMISSION' MERCHANTS, 

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AOL^^NTS FOR 

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Deems Geo. W. machinist, 315 Hamburg 
Deems Jacob, moulder, Mount Royal Hill nr 

Reservoir 
Deems Jacob C. painter, 162 Dover 
Deems Jacob, jr. carpenter, 6 HoUins 
DEEMS JAS. M. music school, over n e cor 
Baltimore and Paca, dw 1 Hollins cor Fre- 
mont 
Deems J. Harry, music teacher, 1 Hollins 
Deems James, moulder, 327 Cathedral 
Deems John, driver, 42 n Amity 
Deems Thomas B. moulder, 25 Oxford 
Deems Wm. moulder, 121 L. Greene 
Deer John, clerk, 111 Vine 
Deer John, bricklayer, 184 s Ann 
Deer John, 248 sEutaw 
Deer Mrs. Martha, 2 Pimlico al 
Deer Leonard, driver, 954 w Baltimore 
Deerbeck Conrad, carpenter, 63 Preston 
Deeriug Geo. cabinet maker, 83 s Wolfe 
Deeriug August, caulker, 25 Shakspeare 
Deetjen Tyark, ship chandler and grocer, H 

and 76 Thames, dw 60 s Broadway 
Deels Frederick, salesman, 67 n Broadway 
Deets Geo. coachsmith. 111 Greenmountav 
Deets Geo. W. bricklayer, 394 e Lombard 
Deets Lamdrum H. carpenter, 66 s Broadway 
Deets Wm. H. clerk, water dep't, 162 Aisquith 
Defalco Pasquil, laborer, 108 West 
Defter Martin, laborer, 105 Eastern av 
Deflerd Peter, carpenter, 157 Stirling 
De Pontes Charles, (F. De F. & Bro.) 120 n 

Gay 
De Pontes F. & Bro. (Frank De P., Charles 

De Pontes,) barbers, 120 n Gay 
De Pontes Prank, (P. De P & Bro.) 120 n Gay 
Deford Benj. P. (D. &Co.) 105 n Charles 
DEPORD k CO. (B. P. D., J. P. Ely, T. De- 
ford,) hides, leather and oil. com. merch'ts, 
n w cor Calvert and Lombard 
Deford Geo. tobacco, 135 Park 
Deford Richard S. clerk, 47 n Paca 
Deford Richard S. clerk, 23 Penn 
Deford Thomas G. messenger, 23 Penn 
Deford Thomas, (D. & Co.) 105 n Charles 
DE FORD CHARLES D. & CO. (G. T. and 
Wm. Y. De Ford, ) tobacco merchants and 
importers of Havana cigars and leaf tobacco, 
37 s Gay 
De Ford George T. (Charles D. De F. & Co.) 

135 Park 
Deford Wm. Y. (Chas. D. De P. & Co.) 42 

Cathedral 
Defren John, laborer, 35 Raborg 
Degaw Geo. L. clerk, 444 w Lombard 
Degaw John T. potter, 444 w Lombard 
Degaw Thos. sr. teamster, 444 w Lombard 
Degaw Wm. blacksmith, 444 w Lombard 
Degele John F. watchmaker, 280 s Charles 
Degen George, laborer, 1 Townsend 
Degenhard Charles, salesman, 133 Thames 



Degenhart Andrew, ink and blue maker, 402 

w Fayette 
Degenhart August, carpenter, 6 Lovely la, dw 

258 Aisquith 
Degenhart Joseph, whip maker, 225 n Bond 
Degler Gotleib, tailor, over 42 n HoUiday 
De Goey Chas. C, U. S. storekeeper, Chase's 

whf. dw 3 Thames 
De Goey John, dep sheriff, 204 n Central av 
De Goey William, 563 Lexington 
De Goey Wm. W. clerk, cor Balto. and Castle 
De Gournay Paul P. bookkeeper, 274 Franklin 
Degraft' George H. laborer. 40 Lemmon 
Degiafl't John, blacksmith, Boston nr Binney, 

Canton 
Degrafft Lewis, jr., blacksmith, Boston near 

Binney, Canton 
Degrafft Lewis, sr., blacksmith, Boston near 

Binney, Canton 
Dehaven Jesse G. shoemaker, 63 Mound 
Dehaven Samuel, restaurant, 67 President 
Dehaven Wm. D. blacksmith, 63 Mound 
Dehler George, laborer, 33 Philpot al 
Dehuer Michael, laborer, 199 Eastern av 
Dehnhardt John, tailor, 61 Raborg 
Dehoff George P. clerk, 67 n Poppleton 
Dehotf Jesse, paper carrier, 112 Vine 
Dehoff John H. conductor, 353 Lexington 
Dehring Philip, tailor, 213 w Fayette 
Deibel Henry, foreman Gail & Ax, 23 Barre 
Deibel Mrs. Margaret, 45 Marion 
Deibel Peter, baker, 1 n Schroeder 
Deibert John, laborer, cor. Third and Elliott 
Deible Geo. second hand store, 204 Hughes 

dw 4o3 s Charles 
Deichelbohrer Mrs. Michael, (D. & Rigger,) 

Fayette betw Gist and Choptank 
Deichelbohrer & Rigger, (Mrs. Michael D., 

L. Rigger,) butchers, 49Peirs Point mkt. 
Deichman Anna, laundress, 274 s Bond 
Deichman Augustus, tinner, 25 Scott 
Deil Alphouse J. baker 25 Ensor 
Deil Mrs. Barbara, 25 Ensor 
Deil John H. confectioner, 25 Ensor 
Deinlein Christian, laborer, 118 s Chapel 
Deisenroth Jacob, junk, 28 Thames 
Deist John, tailor, 200 Cross 
Deist Martin, baker, 225 w Fayette 
Deitch P. Ferdinand bookkeeper, 2 Garden 
D^'itch Lewis C. clerk, 2 Garden 
Deiter Elizabeth, matron Baltimore City Jail 
Deiter Philip, laborer, 148 Raborg 
Deitrich Andrew, tailor, 20 s Regester 
Deitrick John, tailor, 43 James la 
Deitrick Jlichael, laborer, 83 Johnson 
Deitz Amelia, grocery, 275 s Sharp 
Deitz Mrs. Elizabeth, confection'y, 200 Hollins 
Deitz Francis X. 205 w Biddle 
Deitz Henry, wagoner, 200 Hollins 
Deitz Henry, ship carpenter. 87 s Chester 
Deitz John H. tobacconist, 79 Hanover, dw 

275 s Sharp 
Deitz Joseph, laborer, 38 Abey al 
Deitz Joseph A. police, 232 n Dallas 
Deitz Lewis H. carpenter, over 223 s Bond 
Deitzel Conrad, laborer, 72 e Lombard 
Deitzel Henry, laborer, 134 Eastern av 
De Kalb Chas. E. tailor, 118 e Monument 
Deker Henry, turner, 61 Buren 
De Rubber Jacob, bricklayer, 65 n Amity 
Delacour Mrs. James, 24 n Pine 
De la Cruis Don Prudencia, 40 Diamond 



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De la Haye Ferdinand, restaurant, 9 s Eutaw 
Dehihay Hamilton, clerk. 123 Conway 
Delahay James C. agt. Poor Ass'n, 20 George 
Delahay James H. carpenter, 171 Lee 
Delahay Jesse S. carpenter, 74 Dover, dw 123 

Conway 
Delahay \Vm. S. tinner, 20 George 
Delancev Mrs. Kitty, 8 Fish Market sp 
Delaney" Charles B. machinist, H3 McHenry 
Delaney Dennis, carter, 121s Chester 
Delaney Capt. Edward, mariner, IHO s Ann 
Delaney Mrs. Hannah, Townsend nr John 
Delaney James H. laborer. 81 s Poppleton 
Delaney John, gilder, 10 Diamond 
Delaney John, stone polisher, 88 n Pine 
Delaney Mary, tailoress, 6 Willow 
Delanev Rebecca, 129 Fell 
Delano" Mary Ann, 233 e Pratt 
Delano Wm. H. block and pump maker, 72 w 

Pratt, dw 233 e Pratt 
Delanty Wra. brickmaker, 171 s Charles 
Delantz Emma, teacher, 171 s Charles 
Delauy Chas. grocer, n e cor Pratt and Scott 
Dclany James H. tavern, 75 Thames 
Delaplane Joseph E. produce, 176 George 
De la Roche Wm. J. F. messenger Harnden's 

Express, 90 s Sharp 
Delauuey Charles M. engineer, 220 w Pratt 
Delaware Mutual Life Ins. Co. agency, 57 Second 
DELAWARE AND HUDSON CANAL CO. 

James Diggs, agent, office 2 South 
Delcher David, laborer, 3 n Schroeder 
Delcher Elizabeth, 113 Greenmount av 
Delcher E. W. (D. Bros.) 417 n Central av 
DELCHER BROTHERS, (E. W., W. J. and 

H. C. Delcher)produce and com. merchants, 

154 w Pratt 
Delcher G. B. (S.Walker & Co.) 265 Mulberry 
Delcher H. C. (D; Bros.) 417 n Central av 
Delcher James A. 20 Jackson square 
Delcher John T. painter, ^174 Greenmount av 
Delcher John S. brewer, 144 s Eutaw 
Delcher Wm. carpenter, 75 St. Peter 
Delcher Wm. G. painter, 3 n Schroeder 
Delcher W. J. (D. Bros,) 405 n Central av 
Delecour Wm. L. bricklayer, 315 Saratoga 
Delerman Conrad, driver, 21 Preston 
Delius Chas. (ALberti, Brink & Co.)30 n Greene 
Delevie Mrs. Solomon S. geuts' furnish, goods, 

2 Harrison, dw 67 e Fayette 
Delevingue Theodore H. barkeeper, 165 Ensor 
Delker Jacob, carter, 6 Bolton al 
Dell Charles, carver, cor Pratt & Payson 
Dell George E. bookbinder, 234 w Hotfman 
Dell Hester J. dairy, 88 Pearl 
Dell John E. clerk, 296 n Howard 
Dell Joseph, locksmith, 228 s Dallas 
Dell Joseph E. 155 Park 
Dell L. Gobright, (Thos. E. D. & Son) 212 w 

Fayette 
Dell Samuel, carpenter, 114 n Pine 
Dell Thos. E. ^ Son, (Thos. E. and L. G. D.) 

bookbinders, over 6 n Howard, and Bank 

la nr Barnum's 
Dell Thos. B.(Thos. E. D. & Son) 234 w Hoff- 
man 
Dell Wm. stonecutter, 361 s Sharp 
Dell Wm. A. bookbinder, 88 Pearl 
Delia Geo. W. nightman, 240 s Eutaw 
Delia John W. carter, 161 Montgomery 
Delia Luther M. brickmaker, 161 Montgomery 
Delia Peter D. 150 Battery av 



Delia Peter D. nightman, 6 Henrietta 

Delia Susanna R. 161 Montgomery 

Delia Wm. brickmaker, 163 Montgomery 

Dellahay Virginia, 141 w Fayette 

Dellevie Mrs. Hester, clothing, 2 Harrison, dw 

7 1 e Fayette 
Dellevie John, clerk, 48 Granby 
Dellevie, Liebman & Co. (Samuel D., Joseph 

Liebman, Uriah Dellevie) cigars, 4 w Pratt 
Dellevie Saml.(D., Liebman k Co.)48 Granby 
Dellevie Theodore, clerk, 165 Ensor 
Dellevie Uriah, (D., Liebman & Co.) 14 e Fayette 
Dellman Wm. porter, 121 Sarah Ann 
Deloughery Dr. Edward, 194 n Calvert 
Delphey Geo. livery stables, Howard nest to 

Delphey house, dw 156 n Howard 

DELPHEY HOUSE, n. w. corner 
Howard and Franklin, Wm. Del- 
phey, Proprietor. 

Delphey Wm. prop'r Delphey bouse, n w cor 

Howard and Franklin 
Deltz Christian, lager beer, 58 n Howard 
DeMangin Francis A. 263 w Fayette 
Demings M., Steamboat Line, pier No. 6 Light 

St wharf 
Demitz Chas. H. cooper, 26 Lee 
Demitz Henry F. tobacconist, 124 Light-st whf 
Demling Chas. butcher, Chester nr Monument 
Demling John, tailor, 82 e Lombard 
Demling John, tailor, 337 e Lombard 
Demling Mrs. Mary, trimmings,337 e Lombard 
Demling Nicholas, laborer, 23 Perry 
Demme Geo.C. pianomaker, 115 Leadenhall 
Democratic Association Rooms, over 14 South 
Dempert John, lager beer, 459 e Baltimore 
Dempsey Austin N. salesman, 115 n Calvert 
Dempsey Mrs. B. boarding, 115 n Calvert 
Denipsey John B. bookkeeper, 28 u Exeter 
DEMPSEY JOHN F. foreign fruits and con- 
fectionery, 112 a CaWert 
Dempsey John M. iron moulder, 281 s Sharp 
Dempsey John, drayman, 54 Jefferson 
Dempsey Julien D. clerk, 115 n Calvert 
Dempsey Patrick, tailor, 93 Orleans 
Dempsey Peter, laborer, 356 n Eutaw 
Dempsey Thomas C. fireman, 360 Light 
Dempsey Wm. clerk, 115 n Calvert 
Dempsey Wm. blacksmith, 19 McLeary ct 
Dempster Mrs. Ann, 89 Cross 
Dempster George E. bricklayer, 79 Cross 
Dempster James T. clerk, 55 William 
Dempster John T. bricklayer, 79 Cross 
Dempster John, paperhanger, 79 Cross 
Dempster Mary, 55 William 
Demuth Casper, blacksmith, 152 s Washington 
Demuth G. Otto, prof, music, 634 Lexington 
Demuth G. Otto, at Elliott's piano rooms, 24 

n Liberty 
Demuth Harmon F. 3 Winan's Row 
Demuth Johu H. bricklayer, 407 Saratoga 
Denby Aaron, silversmith, 63 Cathedral 
Denby Wm. L. bricklayer, 214 n Eutaw 
Denges i'eter, shoemaker, 22 Park 
Dengler Andrew, laborer, 180 s Eden 
Dengler Wm. tailor, 264 n Central av 
Denhardt Casper C. machinist, 161 s Ann 
Denhardt Frederick, cooper, 119 Frederick av 
Denhardt Henry 0. confectioner, 275 s Sharp 
Denhardt John, tailor, 14 Thomsen 



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Denhardt Nicholas, varnisher, 383 w Pratt 
Denhardt Nicholas, piaaomaker, 177 w Fayette 
Deninger Chas. J. B. druggist, s e cor iMcEl- 

derry and Eden 
Denis Charles, driver, Starr hotel 
Denis Mrs. Mary, nurse, 250 n Central ar 
Denison Andrew W. (M. D. & Son) 13 s Gay 
Denison Chas. VV. clerk, 220 Aisquith 
Denison David S., U. S. A., 13 s Gay 
Denison Elizabeth, 114 n Eden 
Denison Henry C. (M. D. & Son) 13 s Gay 
Denison Mrs. Jane, 47 Dolphin 
Denison John M. stockbroker, 87 Second, dw 

54 n Calhoun 
Denison Marcus, (M. D. & Son) 13 s Gay 
Denison M. ^- Son, (M., A. W., and H. C. 

Denison) grocers, 51 w Baltimore 
Denison Thos. H. (Fisher & D.) 102 n Edea 
Denken Capt. Wm. mariner, 1U3 Bank 
Denker Gehrhard, cigarmaker, 148 s Eutaw 
Denker Geo. cigarmaker, 148 s Eutaw 
DENMEAD & SON,(Talbot D., G.B. Davids) 
Alonument foundry, n e cor Monument and 
North 
Denmead Edward, 191 Mulberry 
Denmead Francis, proprietor city malt house, 

West Falls av, dw 96 w Monument 
Denmead Talbot, (D. & Son,) n Charles, near 

city limits 
Denmead William, Melville, Balto. Co. 
Dennell Henry A. mariner, 212 s Wolfe 
Denneman Geo. weaver, rear 271 s Ann 
Denner John, brush maker, 212 s Ann 
Denner William, brushmaker, 212 s Ann 
Dennert Frederick, laborer, 129 n Spring 
Denney John, boarding, 64 Thames 
Denning John, porter, 4 Plowman 
Denninger John, drayman, 391 s Sharp 
Denninger Thomas, laborer, 114 Harford av 
Dennis Andrew T. salesman, 77 n Poppleton 
Dennis Andrew T. salesman, 85 n Fremont 
Dennis Benj. M. sr. of John, paper hanger, 14 

Rock 
Dennis Benj. M. of William, foreman, 456 

Lexington 
Dennis Charles A. 162 s Charles 
Dennis Emory D. 33 n Poppleton 
Dennis Francis A. shoemaker, 447 Lexington 
Dennis George W. 40 n Poppleton 
Dennis Grafton, paper hanger, 14 Rock 
Dennis James M. paper hanger, 16 Rock 
Dennis James R. tailor, 211 Aisquith 
Dennis John, laborer, 255 s Paca 
Dennis John, jr. barber, 255 s Paca 
Dennis John, sr. wood sawyer, 255 s Paca 
Dennis John, laborer, 130 Aisquith 
Dennis John, sr. wood sawyer, 152 Low 
Dennis Oliver, dyer, 3U Lexington 
Dennis Oliver, jr. 311 Lexington 



Dennis Peter J. barber, 5 n Frederick 
Dennis Thomas S. paper hanger, 10 Rock 
Dennis Valentine, driver, 31 n Spring 
Dennis Wm. H. jr. bricklayer, 62 n Fremont 
Dennis Wra. cooper, 8 Rock 
Dennis Wm. A. carpenter, 239 Conway 
Dennison Alice, tailoress, 340 Mulberry 
Dennison Thomas J. watchman, C. H. 35 e 

Lombard 
Denny Brook, clerk, 71 n Calvert 
Denny Mrs. E. T. 114 e Pratt 
Denny George, carpenter, 12 L. Gough 
Denny Geo. W. milk, 146 e Monument 
Denny James E. carpenter, 146 n Eden 
Dennv James, barkeeper, 63 Penna av 
DENNY JAMES W. attorney, 21 Lexington, 

dw 162 n Howard 
Denny John, (Armstrong & D.) 212 Mont- 
gomery 
Denny Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 117 Peach al 
Denny Mrs. M. E. bookbinder, over 122 w Bal- 
timore 
Denny Owen, tavern, 52 Camden 
Denny Patrick, 104 Cathedral 
Denoe Thomas, grocer, s e cor Carey and Bal- 
timore 
Denoe Thos. E. clerk, s e cor Carey and Balti- 
more 
Denoe Washington B. bookkeeper, 19 s Calhoun 
Denson Alexander, brickla^-er, 187 w Pratt 
Denson Alice, tailoress, 346 Mulberry 
Denson Mrs. Elizabeth, 53 e Fayette 
DENSON ISAAC M. & QUINCY, (L M. D., 
J. D. Quincy, ) com. merchts and general 
deal's, 61 s Gay 
Denson Isaac M. (Isaac M. D. & Quincy,) 279 

w Lombard 
Denson John, hackdriver, 127 North 
Denson John, cabinet maker, 14 Lanvale 
Dent J. Harvey, clerk, Maltby house 
Dent Richard A. 71 Park av 
Denton Wilson, mariner, cor Caroline and 

Mullikin 
Denton Wilson, mariner, 42 Spring row 
Dentry Mrs. Catherine, butter, 40 Pearl 
Deniry George R. coUarmaker, 121 s Sharp 
Dentry Henry H. china-mender, 579 Penna av 
Dentz August, blacksmith, 35 Low 
Dentz Lewis, barkeeper, 54 Hillen 
Denver Thomas, soapmaker, 153 Elliott 
Denvis Frank, laborer, 25 New Church 
Denz August, printer, 260 e Lombard 
DeOrrello Charles, porter, 63 Albemarle 
DePaepe John, (Brown & DeP.) 100 s Ann 
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND AGRICUL- 
TURE, STATE OF MD. Dr. W. S. McPher- 
son, supt. 31 n Calvert 
DePass John, watchman city yd. 124 Jefferson 
Depew & Co. (Geo. W. D., H. T. Worster, ) 

agricult. castings, 204 s Howard 
Depew Geo. W. (D. & Co.) 236 w Lombard 
Depew Geo. W. iron foundry, 70 Conway 
Depkin Ernest A. mercht tailor, 129 w Lom- 
bard, dw 126 e Fayette 
DEPKIN HENRY, mercht tailor, 89 w Lom- 
bard, dw 57 n Liberty 
Depoe Ferdinand, gardener, 190 Columbia 
Deppert John J. shoemaker, 22 Anthony 
Deppert Joseph A. shoemaker, 22 Anthony 
Deppish Edward, tinner, 213 e Monument 
Deppish Francis, cooper, Brown al near Low 



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Deppish Francis, carpenter, 213 e Monument 
Deppish George, varnisher, 213 e Monument 
Deppish John, tinner, 213 e Monument 
Deppish Wm. J. cedar-cooper, 213 e Monument 
Depro Augustus, shipjoiner, 185 Gough 
Depro Mrs. Leonora, 185 Gough 
DePrust Clinton, clerk, 28 Hanover 
Depsar John, tailor, AVagon al nr Poppleton 
Deran James L. butter, 212 n Gay 
Deran Joseph J. clerk, 149 n Exeter 
Derbert All)ert, cooper, 225 Eastern av 
Derbreck Charles, tinner, 192 Raborg 
Derbreck Mrs. Margaret, 192 Raborg 
Derebeck Geo. carpenter, 65 Preston 
Derbork Rudolph, blacksmith, 16 Lee 
Derenberger G. & J. confect. 67 Druid Hill av 
Derenberger Geo. (G. & J. D.) 362 Franklin 
Derenberger Henry, carpent'r, 67 Druid Hill av 
Derenberger Jacob (G. & J. D.)67 Druid Hillav 
Derius Chris, mattress maker, cor Saratoga 

and Tyson 
Derolf Julius, laborer, 350 William 
DePruist Clinton, clerk, 28 Hanover 
Derlin August, parasols, umbrellas and canes, 

146 n Eutaw 
Derlin Chas. umbrellas and parasols, 14 s Sharp 
Dernert Ernest, umbrella maker, '83 Johnson 
De Ronceray Mrs.- Margaret, 151 n Paca 
DeRoncerav Rosina, 151 n Paca 
De RossettDr. M. J. 108 w Diddle 
De Rossett Thomas C. clerk, 108 w Biddle 
Der Martin, laborer, 5 Spring al 
Derr Christopher, woodsawyer, 7 Dewberry al 
Derr Conrad, carter, Belair av nr Cemetery 
Derr Charles H. tinner, 5 Scott 
Derr Geo. railmaker, 3 Cambridge 
Derr John, porter. 111 Vine 
Derr Marg't, seamstress, Belair av nr Cemetery 
Derr Samuel B. carpenter, 114 u Pine 
Derr Wm. carpenter, 753 w Baltimore 
Derrick Washington, cooper, 155 s Dallas 
Derou Andre, tailor, 60 Stiles 
DeruflF Frederick, butcher, 54 n Dallas 
Derry Richard J. huckster, 59 Harford av 
Derwart John, saloon, 258 Lee 
Desal Andrew, 136 s Spring 
Desch C. S. (Kent & D.) 173 w Lombard ► 
Desch Conrad, carpet weaver, 144 Orchard 
Desch George, billiard saloon and restaurant, 

166 s Broadway 
Desch Henry, lager beer and blacksmith, 504 

n Gay 
Desch Wm. H. stonecutter. Falls road 
Deschang Frederick, shoemaker, 154 s Spring 
Deschler John, driver, 197 Frederick av 
DesForges John P. antiquarian bookdealer and 

numismatist, 12 Light, dw 27 n Republican 
Deshields Mrs. Ellen, 76 McElderry 
Deshields Wm. carter, 139 Cross 
Deshields Wm. H. caulker, 74 Johnson 
Deshiell Wm. clerk, 27^ Aisquith 
Deshinger Martin, laborer, 76 Towson 
Desbon Christopher M. coal, 6 German, dw 91 

St. Paul 
Deshon John W. shoemaker, 57 Ensor 
Desmc'dt Edward G. chemist, 2 Booth 
Desmond Timothy, laborer, 56 e Pratt 
Despard Coal Co., office 29 South 
Despeaux Anthony, shipcarpenter, 138 s Bethel 
Dcspcaux Elizabeth, fancy store, 197 e Pratt 
Despeaux John, carpenter, 6 Comet 



Despeaux Jos. D. clothing cutter, 128 n Eden 
Despommiers Eugene, French teacher, 271 w 

Madison 
Desprey Louis, clerk. 510 Light 
Dess Frank, cabinetmaker, 12 Anthony 
Dessel Simon, porter, 325 Eastern av 
Desvarreux Francis, plaster, n e cor Caroline 

and Milliman 
Desvarreux James, shoe findings and garden 

seed, 164 n Gav 
DETECTIVES' OFFICE, 24 n Holliday 
Detering Frederick, wagonmaker, COO w Pratt 
Deters Bernard, laborer, 143 s Castle 
Detken Frederick W. mariner 208 s Ann 
DETRICK L. F. fertilizers, 13 Patterson, dw 

Gilmor house 
Detser Francis, laborer, 6 Gist nr Canton av 
Dettenthaler, Joseph, Laborer, 87 s Durham 
Dettmer George, machinist, 269 William 
Dcttmer Henry, salesman, 266 Hanover 
Dettmer John'H. laborer, 38 Clifford al 
Dettmer John H. G. cooper, 271 William 
DcuV)er Conrad, foundryman, 179 s Chester 
Deuber Lawrence, tailor, 12Shakspear 
Deutsch Frederick, tailor, 383 w Pratt 
Deutsch John, coalheaver, 142 s Spring 
Deutsch Nicholas, tailor, 76 Mulberry 
Deutsch Rev. Dr. Solomon, 39 s Eden 
De Valin John, (De V. & Yerkes, ) 375 n Gay 
De Valin & Yerkes, (J. De V., Wm. Yerkes, 

blacksmiths, basement 42 n Holliday 
Devalin Henry P. bricklayer, 5 Barnes 
Devalin Hugh, 46 n Front 
Devalin John H. blacksmith, 375 n Gay 
Devalin Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 154 Harford av 
Devalin Patrick, laborer, 121 Chesapeake 
Devalin Sarah A. grocery, 100 Low 
Devall John, blacksmith, 125 Franklin 
Devane John carpenter, 98 n Fremont 
Devane Mrs. Julia, 32 Rock 
De Vaughn Elizabeth, seamstress, 5 Spring ct 
Devaughn Silas, spike cutter, cor Eastern av 

and Ann 
Devaughn Wm. D. spike cutter, 17 L. Gough 
Devaugn Mrs. Ann M. tailoress, 77 Leadenhall 
Devaugn Levin, plasterer, 253 e Fayette 
Deveaux Louis A. florist, cor Penna av and 

Dolphin 
Devenney Hugh, drayman, 20 Comet 
Devenncy John, stonecutter, 39 York 
Devenney Robert J. grocery, 2 Orleans 
Deveranx Thomas, jiorter, 210 Vine 
De Vere Wm., SO e Baltimore 
De Vere AVni. T. attorney, 80 e Baltimore 
De Vere Wm. T. asst. insp'r C. H., Merchants' 

hotel 
Devere Julia A. tailoress, 144 n Central av 
Devere Sarah, tailoress, 144 n Central av 
Devereux James, shoemaker, 61 Harford av 
Devereux Thomas, laborer, 210 Vine 
Deves Joseph, brewer. 111 n Fremont 
Dcvilbiss Charles S. prop'r Western hotel, sw 

cor Howard and Saratoga 
Deville Francis, hair dressing and capillary 

doctor, 117 w Baltimore, dw Park av 
Devine Mrs. Ellen, 59 York 
Dcvine Francis, engineer, 11 Hawk 
Devine John, police, 7 I'lowman 
Devine John, laborer, 37 Centre market space 
Devine Maggie, salcsw'n, Exeter nr Baltimore 
Devine Mrs. Mary, 7 Plowman 



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Devine Patrick, laborer, 11 Hawk 
Devine Patrick, laborer, 253 Cross 
Deviue Patrick, laborer, 125 North 
Devine Peter, 11 s Stockton 
Devine Wra. shoemaker, 40 n Spring 
Deviney Gregory, laborer, 304 Cross 
Devlin John, carter, 250 e Madison 
Devlin Joseph, baggage master, 66 Conway 
Devlin Peter, printer, 250 e Madison 
Devon Lawrence, drayman. 7 Humes 
Devos John, mariner, 3 Barnes 
DeVouges Alphonse, 124 n Howard 
DeVouges Victor, 124 n Howard 
Devries C. of S. (Wuj. D. & Co.) Eutaw house 
Devries Stephen, brakesman. Western hotel 
DEVRIES WM. & CO. (Wm., C. of S. and 
Wm. R. Devries, S. Kinimel, G. E. Ducker, ) 
wholesale dry goods, 312 w Baltimore 
Devries Wm. (Wm. D. & Co.) 74 w Monument 
Devries Wm. baggage master. Western hotel 
Devries Wm. R.( W. D. & Co, ) 74 w Monument 
Dew George R. clerk, 34 w Biddle 
Dew James W. clerk, 34 w Biddle 
Dew Dr. James, agent, 34 w Biddle 
Dew Joshua S. salesman, 164 e Eager 
Dew Robert H. teacher, 329 w Lombard 
Dew Theodore W. printer, 164 e Eager 
Dew Wm. pattern maker, 92 e Madison 
Dew Wm. pattern maker, 329 w Lombard 
Dewalt John C. blacksmith, 114 William 
Dewalt Mrs. Louisa, 114 William 
Dewalt Wm. H. machinist, 114*William 
DEWEY FRED. F.. ins. agent, 53 w Fayette 
De Witt Gabriel D! clerk, 33 n Greene 
Dewling George W. blacksmith, 137 Cross 
Dewling Dr. Isaiah, 137 Cross 
Dewling Thomas, blacksmith, 126 West, dw 

137 Cross 
De Wolf Mrs. Mark A., 78 n Charles 
Dexter Anton, cooper, 49 Plum al, dw 98 

Leadenhall 
Dexter Chas. bakery, 157 e Baltimore, dw 153 
De Young Thomas J., Regester betw Orleans 

and Jefferson 
Diacont Adam, laborer, 123 Eastern av 
Diamond George H. shipjoiner, 5 Choptank 
Diamond Hugh, laborer, 99 Cambridge 
Diamond* James A. mariner, 74 s Ann 
Diamond James, sr., cooper, 20 Philpot, dw 74 

s Ann 
Diamond James, jr., cooper, 74 s Ann 
Diamond John, collector, 31 Stirling 
Dibert Isadore, wagoner, cor Clinton and El- 

licott 
Dibney John, laborer, 104 York 
Dichman August, tinner, 25 Scott 
Dick Geo. (Folger, Roberts & Co.) Bait, co 
Dick Martin, cooper, 82 Leadenhall 
Dick Wm. bookkeeper, 303 w Pratt 
Dickas John, laborer, 317 e Fayette 
Dickel Mrs. Ann B. grocery, 202 s Fremont 



Dickel Conrad, silk weaver, 5 Baker's ct 
Dickel George H. tailor, 202 s Fremont 
Dickel Henry, gardener, 468 Penna av 
Dickel John, shoemaker, 126 William 
Dickens Miss B. 81 n Liberty 
Dickens Henry, ropemaker, 30 Gittings 
DickersonMrs. Gertrude, seamstress, 206 Light 
Dickerson Capt. Geo. W. stevedore, 194e Pratt 
Dickerson Isaac W. stevedore, 82 s Caroline 
Dickerson Peter, carpenter, 649 w Fayette 
Dickert Michael, laborer, 14 Ivy al 
Dickey, Baker & Co. (C. E. D., E. J. Baker, T. 
Tansley, ) prop'rs Md. meter works, 53 North 
and 22 Saratoga 
Dickey Chas. E.(D., Baker & Co.)Charles-st av 
Dickey G. Allen, (Wm. J. D. & Son,) Philad. 
Dickey George S. 249 w Biddle 
Dickey Harold, clerk, 249 w Biddle 
Dickey John J. barkeeper, 446 w Lombard 
Dickey Robert L. clerk, 19 Chew 
Dickey William J. & Son, (G. A. and Wm. J. 
Dickey,) manufac. plaids, checks, linseys, 
&c., 16 Hanover 
Dickey Wm. J., (Wm. J. D. k Son,) 309 w 

Fayette 
Dickey Wynkoop W. carpenter, 209 Orleans 
Dickhaup Jacob, mer. tailor, 66 n Gay 
Dickinson Arthur, bookseller and stationer, 

514 w Baltimore, dw 411 w Lombard 
vDickinson Mrs. Elizabeth, 179 Lee 
Dickinson Gideon J. clerk, 179 Lee 
Dickinson Gideon, carpenter, 411 w Lombard 
Dickinson Harvey E. teacher, 179 Lee 
Dickinson Hy. W. carpenter, 6 Oxford 
Dickinson I. L. tinner, 53 J Harrison 
Dickinson James A. bookkeeper, 281 s Charles 
Dickinson James A. bookkeeper, 179 Lee 
Dickinson Jar vis, carpenter, 179 Lee 
Dickinson Jno . S.( Whedbee & D . )39 Courtland 
Dickinson Wm. T. clerk. 42 Mulberry 
Dickinson Wm. A. clerk, 91 Saratoga 
Dickinson Wm. H. printer, 39 e Pratt 
Dicks John M. puddler. Spring nr Monument, 
Dickson Rev. Cyrus, 303 w Fayette 
Dickson John, machinist, 12 George 
Dickson John, 122 Bolton 
Dickson Dr. John, 261 Madison av 
Dickson John T. bookkeeper, 122 Bolton 
Dickson John, tinner, 283 Saratoga 
Dickson Margaret, tailoress, 48 Dolphin 
Dickson Mary, tavern, 161 Eastern av 
Dickson Wm. tavern, 161 Eastern av 
Dickson Wm. cattle, 38 William 
Diddis Frederick, ice watgon, 1 Baker 
Diddlemeyer Joseph, rags, 179 s Durham 
Didier Rev. Edmund, 40 HoUins 
Didier Mrs. Edmund, 74 Cathedral 
Didier Eugene L. stenographer, 20 South, dw 

56 George 
Didier H'y A. ins. ag't, 43 s Gay, dw 19 Reed 
Didier Mrs. Julia, 56 George 
Diebitsch Johanna, teacher, 4 Pearl 
Diebitsch Richard, baker, 77 n Eden 
Dieckman Fred'k, carpenter, 332 Canton av 
Dieckmann Henry, machinist, 50 Portland 
Dieckmann John H. porter, 62 Granby 
Dieckmann John D. jr., driver, 62 Granby 
Diedrichs Martin, gas fitter, 34 n Holliday 
Diefenbach Henry, clerk, 105 Hanover 
Dieffenbach Chas. H. (Moore & D.)203 Hanover 
Diegel Adam, furn. wagon, 128 s Bond 
Diehl Adam, laborer, 166 s Wolfe 



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Diehl Charles, tailor, 245 e Eager 
Diehl Conrad, cab't maker, 9 s Spring 
Diehl Henry, stevedore, 34 Shakspeare 
Diehl Henr>', shoemaker, 9 s Spring 
Diehl Herman, mariner, 16G s Wolfe 
Diehl John, laborer, 312 s Charles 
Diehl John, hair dressing saloon, s e cor Ham- 
ilton and Cathedral, dw G8 George 
Diehl Louisa, ladies hair dressing, G8 George 
Diehl Ludwig, teacher, 166 s Wolfe 
Diemer Joseph, blacksmith, 119 n Front 
Diener Israel, sec. hand goods, 300 s Bond 
Dienfort M. laborer, 14 Lee 
Dienstbach Philip, harnessmak., 337 e Madison 
Dienstbier George, porter, 10 Harmony la 
Dieriug Christopher & Co. (C. D., F. Aspel- 

meyer) liquors, 251 Eastern av 
Diering Christ'r, (C. D. & Co.) 251 Eastern ar 
Diering Herman F. tavern, 4 Patterson 
Dieriug PL Lewis, 181 s Washington 
Diering H. Lewis, jr., teacher, 40 Diamond 
Diering H. F. clerk, 40 e Pratt 
Diering H. L. sr., wholesale liquors, 40 e Pratt, 

dw 181 s Washington 
Dierken Fred'k, shoemaker, 113 n Spring 
Dierker Bernard Wm. clerk, 88 York 
Dieschefer John H. tailor, 17 Butler 
Diesterweg Inst., G. A. Lang, prin.48 Granby 
Dietal .Andrew, laborer, 21 Smith 
Dieter Mrs. Adelaide, 7 Orchard 
Dieter Mrs. Catherine, laundress, 156 Raborg 
Dieter George, laborer, 156 Raborg 
Dieter Jacob, carpenter, 156 Raborg 
Dieter Jacob, laborer, 61 Centre Market sp 
Dieter Mrs. Margaret, 96 Saratoga 
DIETER LOUIS A. paper hangings, 28 n 

Howard, dw 96 Saratoga 
Dieterich Ferdinand, glass stainer, 84 Barre 
Dieterich Louis, artist, over s w cor Charles 

and Fayette, dw 9 Watson 
Dieterly Christopher F. clerk, 121 Jefferson 
Dieterich Leonhardt,sec. hand goods,313 n Gay 
Dieters Bernhardt, laborer, Castle nr Pratt 
Dietrich Adam, shoemaker, 205 w Fayette 
Dietrich Adam, shoemaker, 354 s Charles 
Dietrich August, safemaker, 95 Battery av 
Dietrich Charles, rags, 131 s Spring ' 

Dietrich Mrs. CharIotte,dressmak.,195 Conway 
Dietrich Hendrick, varnisher, 62 s Central av 
Dietrich Henry, 58 Walsh 
Dietrich Henry, grocery, 319 n Central av 
Dietrich John, shoemaker, 747 w Baltimore 
Dietrich John D. barber, 101 s Wolfe 
Dietricli John, laborer, 217 Aliceanna 
Dietrich John, shoemaker, 205 w Fayette 
Dietrich John II. shoemaker, 19 .Jackson ct 
Dietrich Martin, (D. & Plitl) 202 s Ann 
Dietrich Philip, shoemaker, 347 w Fayette 
Dietrich Philip, jr. clerk, 347 w Fayette 
DIETRICH & PLITT, (M. D., George Plitt,) 

coal and wood, cor Chester and Canton av 
Dietrich Wm. baker, 336 s Bond 
Dietsch John, laborer, 36 Bank 
DIETZ BROS. (John, Louis and Frank Dietz) 

furniture, 16 n Howard 
Dietz Casper, butcher, 555 e Fayette 
Dietz Charles, driver, 236 e Eager 
Dietz Mrs. Culle, 648 Light 
Dietz Mrs. Elizabeth, 74 Mulberry 
Dietz Francis X. carpenter, 205 w Biddlo 
Dietz Frank, (D. Bros.) 260 s Eutaw 
Dietz George A. laljorer, 21 Armistead la 



Dietz George, cabinetmaker, 78 Barre 
Dietz George, baker, 157 s Bond 
Dietz Gerhardt, clothing cutter, 5 s Liberty 
Dietz Jacob, varnisher, 212 s Sharp 
Dietz John, grocery, 354 e Eager 
Dietz John, (D. Bros.) 273 w Pratt 
Dietz John, merch. tailor, 224 s Broadway 
Dietz John, porter, 15 s Spring 
DIETZ JOHX B. clothier, 204 w Pratt 
Dietz Joseph, laborer, 309 Aliceanna 
Dietz Joseph A. police, 232 n Dallas 
Dietz Joseph L. F. clerk, 134 w Fayette 
Dietz Killian, watchman, 103 Lancaster 
Dietz Lawrence D. (Lawrence D. D. ^ Co.) 
134 w Fayette 



DIETZ LAWRENCE D. & CO., 
(Lawrence D. Dietz,) Importers 
and Wholesale Dealers in Notions, 
Hosiery, Fancy Goods and Varie- 
ties, 308 and 310 West Baltimore 
street, between Howard and Lib- 
erty StS. [See Advertisement page 308. 

Dietz Lorenz, carpenter, 336 s Sharp 
Dietz Louis, (D. Bros.) 21 s Liberty 
Dietz Mrs. Mary, grocery, 236 e Eager 
Dietz Reinhardt, grocer, 115 n Eutaw 
Dietz Valentine, tailor, 130 s Regester 
Dietzel Conrad, cooper, 295 s Sharp 
Dietzwek Franz, shoemaker, Orleans ijr Lewis 
Dietzwek Franz, shoemaker, 1213 Chapel 
Diez Hippolites, laborer, 72 Somerset 
Diezel Fred, driver, 64 s Smalhvood 
Difenbaugh John, clerk, 235 Columbia 
Diffenbaugh Christo. shoemaker, 199 e Madison 
Diffenbaugh Mrs. John, 55 Clay 
DifiFendall Charles, brickmaker, 102 St. Peter 
DifFendall Mrs.. Emily, dressmaker, 90 St.Peter 
DifFendall Mrs. Margaret, seamstress, 239 Lee 
Diffenderfer J. P. (Whittle & D.) 197 Barre 
Diffenderffer Bros. (M. D. jr. and H. H. Dif- 
fenderfiFer)chinaware,glas8,&c. 131 Franklin 
Diffenderffer Mrs. Elizabeth A. 183 n High 
Diffenderffer Geo. S. bookk'r, 301 e Baltimore 
Diffenderffer Geo. S. i>rop'r Druid Hill park 

pavilion, 225 e Baltimore 
Diffenderffer H. H. (D. Bros.) 1 s High 
Diffenderffer Harry II. n e cor Park av and 

Dolphin 
Diffenderffer Jas. P. carp'r, 211 Druid Hill av 
Diffenderffer James T. salesman, 54 s Sharp 
Diffenderffer John F. 255 Linden av 
Diffenderffer John P. druggist, 197 Barre 
Diffenderffer Michael, jr. (I). Bros.).l s High 
Diffenderffer Dr. Michael, 1 s Higji 
Diffenderffer Octavius, (Chas. H. Ross & Co.) 

257 n Charles 
Diffenderffer Robt. E. carpenter, 12 George 
Diffenderffer Dr. Wm. H. 1 s High 
Diffenderffer Wm. bookkeeper, 183 n High 
Diffcy Alex A. machinist, 58 s Poppletoa 
Diffey Mrs. Mary S. 58 s Popplcton 
Differ Michael, tailor, 44 s Durham 
Digges Mrs. Bettie C. 110 Park av 
Digges Dudley, (D. & Winn) n e cor Ilollins 

and Mount 
Digges k Winn, (D. D., F. Winn) com. mer- 
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Diggs Albert, mariner, 120 Gough 
Diggs Beverley, dept. sheriff, 48 Gough 
Diggs Chas.F. sales agent Del.tJ- Hudson Canal 

Co. 2 South, dw Park av, n of Townsend 
Diggs Chas. W. clerk, 91 s Broadway 
Diggs Daniel E. sergt. police, 209 Gough 
Diggs Henry, lumber inspector, 64 Albemarle 
Diggs Henry S. letter carrier, 95 s Exeter 
Diggs Henry, butcher, 4 Garrison la 
Diggs Jas. agent Delaware and Hudson Canal 

Co , 2 South, dw Park av nr Mosher 
Diggs J. Wesley, clerk, 24 Constitution 
Diggs John II. jr. clerk, 224 w Hoffman . 
Diggs John P>,. fancy goods, toys, &c., 18 a 

Charles, dw 224 w Hoffman 
Diggs Richard H. & Son, (R. H. and Samuel 

J. Diggs,) feed, 258 s Caroline 
Diggs Rich. H (R. H. D. & Son)91 s Broadway 
Diggs Saml. J. (R. H. D. & Son) 95 s Bond 
Diggs Capt. Wm. J. mariner, 35 Warren 
Dignan Bridget,seamstress, 182 L. Constitution 
Dignan Jerome, laborer, 13 Comet 
Dignan Jo^n, boilermaker, 2 Webster 
Dignan Lawrence, laborer, 4 L. Constitution 
Dignan Mrs. Mary, 182 L. Constitution 
Dignan Michael, grocery, flour and feed, 146 

Cathedral 
Dignan Peter, drayman, 7 Perry 
Dilicore John W. caulker, 46 Montgomery 
Dill Andrew E. clerk, 118 e Lombard 
Dill August, shoe findings, 60 s Sharp 
Dill Conrad, grocery, 8 L. Paca 
Dill Fred'k, cooper, 295 s Sharp 
Dill Edward, laborer, 142 Eastern av 
Dill Mrs. Elizabeth, laundress, 803 w Pratt 
Dill Mrs. Margaret E. 19 Jackson 
Dill Robert P. carpenter, 11 Jackson 
Dill Sarah J. dressmaker, 118 e Lombard 
Dill Wm. H. grocery, 289 s Sharp, dw 295 
Dill Wm. H. barkeeper, n e cor Dover and 

Fremont 
Dillaway Thomas, 32 Brune 
Dillehunt George R. V. cheese, 229 Harford av 
Dillehunt John G. guano insp'r, 48 Second, 

dv/ Baltimore nr Chapel 
Dilleliunt John T huckster, 110 Henrietta 
Dillehunt John T. fire dep't, 229 Harford av 
Dillehunt Lctitia, 110 Henrietta 
Dillehunt Wm. cabinetmaker, 229 Harford av 
Diller Philip, laborer, 110 s Bethel 
Dilley James, mariner, 158 Lancaster 
Dillfelder George, cooper, 193 s Regester 
Dillfelder John G., sr., clock repairer, 1T9 s 

Washington 
Dillfelder John G. jr., cooper, 170 Eastern av 
Dillfelder Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 193 s Regester 
Dillenberg Christian, sawyer, 213 Aliceanna 
Dillgus Frederick, shoemaker, 60 Davis 
Dilliuger John, basketmaker, 7 Dover 
Dillman Jacob, paver, 261 Aisquith 
Dillman Wm. laborer, 121 Sarah Ann 



Dillon A. H. jr., gen. ag't Connecticut Mutual 

Life Ins. Co. 8 South, dw 226 w Biddle 
Dillon Mrs. Ann, 4 Addison 
Dillon Edward, laborer, 44 Lemmon 
Dillon John drayman, 4 Addison 
Dillow John A. "laborer, 35 Willow 
Dilmor John, shoemaker, 17 Butler 
Dilmor Mrs. Mary, grocery, 131 Elliott 
Dilmor Thomas, laborer, 121 Elliott 
Dilts Dr. G. S. cor Granby and Exeter, dw 

112 Granby 
Dilworth Oliver, huckster, 27 St. Mary 
Dimal Adolph, carpenter, 300 n Central av 
Dimbler Mrs. Margaret, 56 Carlton 
Dimjg Nicholas, laborer, 213 Battery av 
Dimraier Abraham, rags, rear 156 Chesnut 
Dinimling Charles F. butcher, 5 and 32 Fell's 

Point market, dw Chester n of Monument 
Dimmling John, tailor, 32 Hanover, dw 82 e 

Lombard » 

Dimmling John, laborer, 73 Grindall 
Dimmitt Mrs. Caroline, seamstress, 588 w Pratt 
Dimmitt Charles E. clerk, 63 n Liberty 
Dinan James, 65 w Pratt 
Dinges John, porter, 434 Penna. av 
Dingfelder Anth'y, shoemaker, 143 L. Greene 
Dingle Elizabeth, 8 Armistead la 
Dinglong Mrs. Barbara, laundress, 186 Hughes 
Dinkelman Henry R. 3 Penna. av 
Dinning Sebastian, laborer, 29 Goodman al 
Dinnish John, lager beer, 266 s Ann 
Dinmore Walter, photographer, over 213 w 

Baltimore, dw 3 s Exeter 
Dinsmore James A. machinist, 476 Saratoga 
Dinsmore Mrs. serv't, Franklin opp. Schroeder 
DINSMORE & KYLE. (Geo. H. and S. A. S. 

Kyle, W. B. Duvall, ) wholesale grocers and 

com. merchants, 156 w Pratt 
Dinsmore Mrs. Rosanna, 21 s Republican 
Dinsmore Robert, U. S. N., Clinton nr Boston 
Dinsmore John T. moulder, cor Albemarle and 

Stiles 
Dippel Sophia, confectionery, 119 Bank 
Dippel William, cabinetmaker, 189 s Bond 
Dirschner John C. shoemaker, 894 w Pratt 
Diruff Frederick, butcher, 105 Belair market, 

dw 54 n Dallas 
Disabled Soldier's Home, 76 e Baltimore 
Disbron Mary B. D. teacher, 40 Richmond 
Dishe Joseph, laborer, 32 Thames 
Diskin John, driver, 105 York 
Disney Andrew J. painter, over 179 w Pratt 
Disney Charles H. foundryman, 28 s Gist 
Disney Charles H. blacksmith, 500 w Lombard 
Disney Mrs. Elizabeth, 167 Bank 
Disney Mrs. Elizabeth E. beer, 18 President 
Disney James, laborer, 11 Cambridge 
Disney John W. painter, 223 Conway 
Disney Richard E. painter, 148 Camden, dw 

20G Conway 
Disney Richard P. produce, 131 Conway 
Disney Wm. painter, 11 Walker 
Disney Wm. bookkeeper, 167 Bank 
Disney W. A. clerk. Bait. City Jail, 91 w Biddle 
Disney Wm. H. boilermaker, 159 William 
Disney Wm. H. nightman, 172 s Washington 
Disney Wm. J. carter, 172 s Washington 
Distelbart George, lock and gunsmith, 159 East 
Distler Conrad, tailor, 78 Albemarle 
Distler John C. grocery, 227 Canton av 
Ditman Thos. M.(Wm. H. Cunningham& Co.) 

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Ditnian Wm. H. clerk Nat. Bank of Baltimore, 

cor Biddle and Harford av 
Ditniar Godfrey, laborer, 241 Light 
Difmar Herman, tobacconist, cor South and 

Lombard, dw cor Hanover and Hill 
Ditrich John C. cooper, 95 Batterj' av 
Dittert John, shoemaker, 119 Low 
Dittman Jlrs. Henrietta, 28 Gongh 
Dittman John, laborer, 181 s Durham 
Dittman John H. jr., clerk, 20 Gough 
Dittman John W. 11 1 n Central av 
Dittman Louisa, 288 Aliceanna 
Dittman Wm. clerkj s e cor Harford av and 

Biddle 
Dittrich Francis, hat and cap manuf. 178 n 

Gay, dw IGT n Exeter 
Dittrich Herman, shoemaker, 29 u Dallas 
Dittrich John, laborer, 146 Penna av 
Dittus Charles L. butoher, Penna. av ext 
Dittus Edward H. butcher, Penna. av ext 
Dittus J. Frederick, jr., Penna av nr toll gate 
Dittus .Mrs. J. Frederick, butcheress, 87 Centre 

and 24 Lexington markets, dw Butchers' 

row, Penna av extended 
Dittus Wm. butcher, Penna av nr Northern av 
DITTY & BEALL, (C. LD.. George T. Beall, 

jr.) attorneys, 8 Law buildings, St. Paul 
Ditty C. h-ving, (D. & Beall,) 286 w Fayette 
Ditzehler John, carpenter, 380 Canton av 
Ditzell Adam, cooper, 27 Peach al 
Diveu Ann R. provision, 45 s Oregon 
Diven Edward T. conductor, 102 s Carey 
Diven James W. painter, 45 s Oregon 
Diven John, laborer, 147 Hollins 
Diven Mary Ann, seamstress, 94 Hollins 
Diver Bridget, 11 Hull 
Diver Christian H. laborer, 719 w Pratt 
Diver John A. sr., beer, 719 w Pratt 
Diver John A. jr., machinist, 719 w Pratt 
Diver Wm. machinist, 472 Canton av 
Divin Mrs. Mary, 7 Humes 
Divin Wm. porter, 7 Humes 
Dix Benjamin F. fireman, 91 Mound 
Dix Edward H. soliciting agt. 147 e Fayette 
Dix J. Franklin, (D. & Steiner,) 231 n Eutaw 
Dix John M. puddler, Spring nr Monument 
Dix .Mrs. Mary J. 44 Jackson 
Dix Preston, trader, 11 n Eutaw 
Dix & Steiner, (J. F. D., F. B. Steiner,) imp. 

and dealers foreign fruits, cigars, &;c., 1 12 w 

Lombard 
Dix Thomas H. 44 Jackson 
Dix Wm. T. clerk, 44 Jackson 
Dixon Augustus, bricklayer, 882 w Baltimore 
Dixon Bradley S. dry goods, 716 w Baltimore 
Dixon Charles, 146 Preston 
Dixon Charles R. machinist, 146 Preston 
Dixon David, mariner, 8 Lee 
Dixon David, boilcrmaker, 694 w Pratt 
Dixon George, telcgrai)hi.st, 78 s Exeter • 
Dixon Isaac, laborer, 87 Battery av 
Dixon Isaac F. jr. (Dare, UuUk I).) 15 Penu 
Dixon Isaac II. (Smith, D.& Co.)189 w Faj-ettc 
Di.xon James, sailor, 24 Philpot 
Dixon James W., salesman, 43 n Eutaw 
Dix(m John, brickyard, Fort av ext 
Dixon John A. J. brickmaker, Fort road, dw 

415 Light 
Dixon Jno. B.(Wm.T.D. & Bro.) 189 w Fayette 
Dixon Joiin C. butcher, 1 Hanover market, dw 

121 (Joiumbia 
Dixoa John F. brickmaker, 436 William 



Dixon John N. painter, 36 McHenry 

Dixon Joseph, laborer, 5 Perry 

Dixon Joseph, mariner, 60 Lancaster 

Dixon Joshua, carter, 399 w Pratt 

Dixon Patrick, laborer, 181 Barre 

Dixon Capt. Robert R. mariner, 142 Cross 

Dixon Mrs. Rosanna, 181 Barre 

Dixon R. W. K. & Co. (R. W. K. D., C. B. 

Jones,) com. merchts. 95 Smith's wharf 
Dixon R. W. K. (R. W. K. D. & Co.) 167 

Cathedral 
Dixon Thomas, architect and measurer, over 
117 w Baltimore, dw Mt. Washington, Bal- 
timore county 
Dixon Thomas, carpenter, 87 n Poppleton 
Dixon Wm. seaman's boarding, 334 s Bond 
Dixon Wm. laborer, 36 McHenry 
Dixon Wm. A. police, 882 w Baltimore 
Dixon Wm. J. T. bookkeeper, 181 Mulberry 
DIXON WM. T. & BROTHER, (Wm, T. and 
J.B.Dixon,) whols. boots and shoes, 306 
■w Baltimore 
Dixon Wm. T. ( W.T.D. & Bro.) 189 w Fayette 
Dize Wm. mariner, 13 Jew al 
Dobbin Eliza, laundress, 13 Comet 
Dobbin Francis, produce, 351 Columbia 
Dobbin Mrs. George, 56 e Baltimore 
Dobbin Geo.W. Assoc. Judge Supreme Bench, 

office 44 St. Paul 
Dobbin Graham, clerk, 56 e Baltimore 
Dobbin James, laborer, 24 Philpot 
Dobbin James, laborer, 96 Harford av 
Dobbin James W. clerk, 34 North 
Dobbin John & Co. (John Dobbin,) coach and' 

livery stable, 36 North 
Dobbin John (J. D. & Co.) 34 North 
Dobbin John W. clerk, 34 North 
Dobbin Mrs. Mary W. 146 w Biddle 
DOBBIN R. A. attorney, 44 St. Paul, dw 

Howard co 
Dobbin Mrs. Wm. B. 72 Courtland 
Dobbin Wm. clerk, 56 e Baltimore 
Dobbin Wm J. laborer, 77 s Bond 
Dobe Christian, porter, 2 West al 
Dobe Christian, porter, 342 e Chase 
Doberer Charles, barkeeper, 199 Lexington 
Doberer George H. restaurant, 147 w Lombard 
Doberer John C. salesmen, 199 Lexington 
Doberer J. G. butcher, 76 Lexington market, 

dw Garrison la near Western cemetery 
Doberer Mrs. Mary A. 199 Lexington 
Doliernick John, stevedore, 213 Eastern av 
Dobert Herman, shoemaker, 226 s Charles 
Doberte Isadore, baker, 259 West 
Doljler David, clerk, 156 Front, u of Foundry 
Dobler David, jr., machinist, 156 Front, u of 

Foundry 
Dobler Fred, clerk, 156 Front, n of Foundry 
Dobler George, clerk, 17 Jackson 
DOBLER GUSTAVUS A. (Wheelwright, 

Mudge k Co.) 88 n Central av 
Dobler Jacob (Keys& D.) 17 Jackson 
Dobler John, 158 Front, n of Foundry 
Doljler Kate, teacher, 17 Jackson 
Dobler Pauline T. 88 n Central uv 
Dobler Theodore, clerk, 156 Front, n of 

Foundry 
Dobson George, fireman, 127 s Regester 
Dobson Geo. H. (Johnson & D.) 229 e Fayette 
Doljson James T. 229 e Fayette 
Dobson James T. painter, 5 u Bond 
Dobson John, 229 e Fayette 



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Dobson John A. (R. Edwards, jr. & Co.) 70 n 

Charles 
Dobson John T. police, 290 Aisquith 
Dobson & Nilj^ (Thomas H. D., Adam Nily, 

jr.) paioters, li s Broadway 
Dobson Thos. laborer, Eastern avnrChoptank 
Dobson Thos. H. (D. & Nil.y,) 2G9 e Lombard 
Dobson Wm. police, 100 Jefferson 
Dobson Wm 0. mariner, 264 s Sharp 
Dochtermann Conrad, confect'r, 155 Hughes 
Dockerty Geo. W. upholsterer. Brown's hotel 
Dockrey Thomas, grocery, 227 w Fayette 
Dockman Henry, laborer, 366 Light 
Dodan James, printer, rear 41 East 
Dodd Daniel, jr., huckster, 83 Boston 
Dodd Joseph L. shoemaker, 99 n Poppleton 
Dodge A. H. coal agt. 8 Irvin place 
Dodge Dr. Augustus W. 201 Hanover, dw 164 

Hughes 
Dodge Charles S. clerk, 83 Hill 
Dodge Geo. R. & Co. (Mary A. D., W. H. 
Jillard, ) artists and painters store, 42 w 
Baltimore 
Dodge Mary A. (Geo.R.D. & Co.) 261 n Eutaw 
Dodge John W. liquors, 208 Vine 
Dodge John W. supt. Abbott's Iron Works, 

dw 262 e Baltimore 
Dodge Wm. E. lumber com. mercht, s w cor 

Greene and Pratt, dw 298 Penna av 
Dodson Ann R. 86 n Paca 
Dodson C. Marion, clerk. Fountain hotel 
Dodson George, clerk, 158 s Paca 
Dodson John W. (Haines & D.)638 w Lombard 
Dodson Maggie, 86 n Paca 
Dodson Melancthon L clerk, n e cor Eutaw 

and Baltimore 
Dodson Richard S. bookkeeper. Fountain ho- 
tel, dw Charles st. av beyond tollgate 
Dodson Mrs. Susan C. 240 e Lombard 
Dodson Thaddeus C. carpenter, 87 Albemarle 
Doe Capt. Wm. R. mariner, 78 s Eden 
Doebel Alois, shoemaker, 258 e Lombard 
Doebel Casper, shoemaker, 160 s Washington 
Doelinger Lawrence, shoemaker, 101 n Paca 
Doell Christian, junk, 87 Griudall 
Doell Wm. stonecutter, 361 s Sharp 
Doell Wm. baker, 167 n Central av 
Doeller Christopher, organ raanuf, 53 Fawn 
Doemer Andrew, cabinet maker, 143 Dover 
Doenges Ernst, shoemaker, 602 w Baltimore 
Doenges Henry, baker, I7l Chesnut 
Doenges John, shoemaker, 25 Stirling 
Doenges Philip, vinegar depot, 141 King 
Doeplitz Solomon, millinery and fancy goods, 

78 Lexington 
Doerflinger Chas. J. tassel mak.,over 167n Gay 
Doering Valentine, porter, 89 n Poppleton 
Doetsch & Hoover, (J. D., T. Hoover,) milli- 
nery and fancy goods, 160 Lexington 
Doetsch Josephine, (D. & Hoover,) 16u Lex- 
ington 



Doetsch Joseph, 160 Lexington 

Doft George, tin and sheet iron worker, 164 n 

Exeter 
Doged Mrs. Eliza, 196 e Fayette 
Doged James M. cooper, 69 Harford av 
Doged Martin H. clerk, 196 e Fayette 
Doged Thomas S. gasfitter, 69 Harford av 
Dogge Charles, cor Baker's ct. and Knox al 
Dogge Gusdorf, shoemaker, 133 Saratoga 
Doggett Frederick, cooper, 48 s Exeter 
Doherty M. & E. dry goods, 223 Lexington 
Doherty Mrs. Mary, 180 n Calvert 
Dohm Franklin, carpenter, 158 Franklin 
Dohme Dr. G. C. 69 e Pratt 
Dohmyer Engelhardt, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Dohoney John E. machinist, 274 n Eutaw 
Dohoney Rodolphus V. machinist, 274 n Entaw 
Dohoney Thomas, tavern, 31 w Chase 
Dolan Daniel, laborer, 19 Centre Market sp 
Dolan Edward, laborer, 41 s Dewberry al 
Dolan Hugh, laborer, Clinton, s of Boston 
Dolan James, laborer, Clinton, s of Boston 
Dolan James, laborer, 239 Cross 
Dolan Rev. James, 112 s Broadway 
Dolan John, laborer, 23 Low 
Dolan John, brickmaker, 953 w Pratt 
Dolan John, stonecutter, 30 Thomsen 
Dolan John, laborer, 10 Prospect la 
Dolan Mary Ann, seamstress, 72 s Payson 
Dolan Morris, currier, 27 Haw 
Dolan Patrick, stonemason, 72 s Payson 
Dolan Patrick, 122 Harford av 
Dolan Patrick, barkeeper, Clinton, s of Boston 
Dolan Patrick, shipcarpenter, 157 Aliceanna 
Dolan Patrick, laborer, 220 Penna av 
Dolan Patrick, shoemaker. Merchants' hotel 
Dolan Thomas, blacksmith, 156 n Dallas 
Dolbon Reuben N. mariner, 72 s Regester 
Dolby Augustus, mariner, 43 Burke, Canton 
Dolch John C. blacksmith, 262 w Biddle 
Dolch John C. jr. blacksmith, 262 w Biddle 
Dolei John, wagoner, 52 s Central av 
Doleman Mrs. Matilda, 109 Albemarle 
Dolen James, sr. laborer, 662 w Pratt 
Dolen James, jr. machinist, 662 w Pratt 
Dolfield Alex. Y. teller Franklin Bank, 80 s 

Caroline 
Dolfield Frederick, grocer, 188 s Bond 
Dolin Valentine, laborer, 10 s Regester 
Doll Annie M. teacher, 62 s Poppleton 
Doll Chas. W. boarding, 15 s Howard 
Doll Daniel, receiver of trains Mt. Clare sta- 
tion, dw 62 s Poppleton 
Doll George, peddler, 16 Calendar al 
Doll George, police, 109 West 
Doll Leander Z. (Fangmeyer, D. & Castle, )292 

Hollins 
Doll John H. salesman, 207 w Lombard 
Doll Michael, police, 115 West 
Doll Rev. Penfield, 15 s Howard 
DollR. McSherry, (Wylie, Smith & Co.) 118 

St. Paul 
Dollar Mrs. Elizabeth, 355 s Sharp 
Dollar John, cooper, cor West and Eutaw 
DoUard Chas. cooper, Cross nr Hanover 
Dollard James, cooper, 369 s Eutaw 
Dollard John, cooper, 369 s Eutaw 
Dollard Nicholas, cooper, 369 s Eutaw 
Dolle Mrs. Johanna, confec'y, 43 Leadenhall 
Dolle Lawrence, cabinet maker, 43 Leadenhall 
Dolle Thomas, 43 Leadenhall 
Dolliver Wm. F. mariner, 43 s Ann 













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Dollinger Chas. butcher, 30 Bel.iir and 90 Cen- 
tre iiiarkets, dw Belair road, near Balto. 

Cemetery 
Dolphin Francis, butcher, 350 West 
Dolphin Mrs. Francis, 201 ilulljerry 
Dolphin John H. city yard, 350 West 
Dolork John, tailor, C7 s I)urham* 
Domer Wni. shoemaker, 32 Thames 
Dominie John, plasterer, 8G e Fayette 
Domliug Geo. tailor, 4 n Wolfe 
Donagau Barney, furnace hand, Clinton, nr 

Lazaret 
Donagan Edward, laborer, Clinton, nr Lazaret 
Donagan Owen, tailor, 143 Low 
Donagan Patrick, furnace hand, Clinton, near 

Lazaret 
Donaghue Patrick, grocery and liquors, 107 n 

Fremont 
Donald James, fancy goods, 86 Lexington 
Donald Mrs. Margaret L. 178 Preston 
Donald.son Alex. 336 Mulberry 
Donaldson Miss Elizabeth, 122 McCuUoh 
DONALDSON DR. FRANK, prof; University 

of Md. office and dw 112 Park 
Donaldson John, soap stone roofing, 62 Fawn 
Donaldson John, 122 McCulloh 
Donaldson Julia A. 175 n Paca 
Donaldson Mrs. Margaret, 122 McCulloh 
Donaldson Noah I. tinner, 36 Ryan 
Donaldson Richard, laborer, 100 Cooksie 
Donaldson Robert, conductor, 62 Fawn 
Donaldson Samuel L 39 St. Paul 
Donaldson Mrs. Samuel I. 39 St. Paul 
Donaldson Stephen, fisherman, 133 s Exeter 
Donaldson Thos. W. baggagemaster, 52 Fawn 
DONALDSON THOMAS, attorney, 38 St. 

Paul, dw Howard co 
Donallen Andrew, wheelwright, 382 Light 
Donahue Cornelius, laborer, 7 Wagon al 
Donahue Cornelius, laborer, 62 Buren 
Donahue Daniel, laborer, 21 Plowman 
Donahue Daniel, laborer, 7 Goodman al 
Donahue Daniel T. carpenter, 226 e Fayette 
Donahue Mrs. Elizabeth, 226 e Fayette 
Donahue Henry K. saloon, 150 e Lombard, dw 

226 e Fayette 
Donahue John, bonnet frame maker, 253 h Gay 
Donahue Airs. Julia, laundress, 211 Vine 
Donahue Mrs. Mary, 75 n Amity 
Donahue Patrick, watchman, 99 Granby 
Donat Julian, machinist, 172 n Gay 
DonatMrs. Mary,ladies hairdresser, 172 n Gay 
Donat Peter, drayman, 243 Hamburg 
Donavan Michael, grocery. Liberty road near 

Chai)i)e!l 
Donavin Dr. Matthew W. pharmaceutist, s e 

cor Lee and Sharp, dw 180 Lee 
Dondero Charles, cake stand, n w cor Charles 

and Baltimore, dw 23 New Church 
Dondero Emanuel, 23 New Church 
Done Bernard J. cocoa matting maker, 847 w 

Pratt 
Done Juliet H, 229 Madison av 
Done Stephen, laborer, 273 s Dallas 
Donef'eltzer Lewis, cooper, 109 Eastern av 
Donges Helena, variety store, 333 s Charles 
Donelson James L. tobacconist, 139 J u Gay, 

dw 11 McElderry 
Donel.sun Richard, tobacconist, 11 McElderry 
Donelson Robert, fireman, Winan's row 
Donhauser Geo. pain land glass, 298 Aliceanna 
Donlan Anthony, tailor, 19Slemmer8al 



Donlan John, laborer, 486 Light 
Donnefeltzer Martin, shoemaker, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Donnell Geo. mariner, 308 Canton av 
Donnell Jas. M. machinist, 308 Canton av 
Donnell John E. cooper, 308 Canton av 
Donnell John S. 59j Franklin 
Donnelly Ambrose, liquors, 141 n Front 
Donnell}' Barney, carpenter, 11 Townscnd 
Donnelly Ikrnard, laborer, 16 Walnut al 
Donnelly Mrs. Catherine, 72 Columbia 
Donnelly Corneliu-J A. machinist, 148 Green- 
mount av 
Donnelly Charles J. matches, 8 Saratoga, dw 

72 Columbia 
Donnelly Daniel, laborer, n e cor Tpwnsend 

and J^lcCulloh 
Donnelly Daniel, brickmaker, foot of Light, 

dw 73 Harford av 
Donnelly Daniel, laborer, 16 Walnut al 
Donnelly Daniel, bricklayer, 237 Peirce 
Donnelly Edward, laborer, 63 Block 
Donnelly Edward, laborer, 255 Light 
Donnelly Ellen, seamstress, 327 Eastern av 
Donnelly Francis, stone cutter, 54 Dolphin 
Donnelly Hugh, grocery, 2 Front n of Foundry 
Donnelly Hugh, laborer, 37 Biddle al 
Donnelly James,sec. hand store, 162 Easternav 
Donnelly James, watchmaker, 551 Saratoga 
Donnelly James, finisher, 371 Hamburg 
Donnelly James, machinist, over 138 Hollins 
Donnell}' James, painter, 232 e Pratt 
Donnelly James, carter, 48 Jefferson 
Donnelly James, laborer, 17 Sterrett 
Donnelly James, 172 n Front 
Donnelly John, blacksmith, 17 Willow 
Donnell}' John, grocery, provision and liquors, 

397 Lexington 
Donnelly John, blacksmith, 49 Willow 
Donnelly John, grocery, cor Jefferson and 

Eden 
Donnelly John, plumber, 46 Tyson 
Donnelly John, porter, 511 n Gay 
Donnelly John, laborer, 16 Walnut al 
Donnelly John, laborer, Cathedral extd 
Donnelly John, laborer, 464 Walsh 
Donnelly Joseph F. carpenter, 414 w Fayette 
Donnelly Leonidas, brickmaker, 73 Harford av 
Donnelly Martha, news depot, 60 s Howard 
Donnelly Mary, 60 s Howard 
Donnelly Mary, corset manuf. 172 Lexington 
Donnelly Mrs Mary, 21 Foundry 
Donnelly Michael, drayman, 35 Block 
Donnelly Michael, laborer, 37 Cambridge 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer, 511 n Gay 
Donnelly Peter, laborer, 73 Goodman al 
Donnelly Richard, machinist, 6 Neighbor 
Don(duie Bernard, hatter, 68 Richmond 
Donohue Catherine, 3 Jenkins al 
Donohue (jharles, laborer, 73 s Spring 
Donohue Cornelius, laborer, GO Buren 
Donohue Daniel, tailor, 178 L. Constitution 
Donohue Daniel, laborer, 31 Chew 
Donohue Daniel S. laborer, 164 Stirling 
Donohue F^liza, 135 s Ann 
Donohue Mrs. Elizabeth, teacher, 111 Druid 

Hillav 
Donohue (Jeorge W. ship joiner, 461 Canton av 
Donohue James, bricklayer, 161 Gough 
Donohue James D, Bhiji joiner, 12 s Ann 
Donohue James 11. salesman, 60 e Pratt 
Donohue James, coal oil, Falls rd nr toll gate 



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Donohue James, 309 e Pratt 

Donohue Jeremiah, 18 Liberty al 

Donohue John, bricklayer, 276 s Broadway 

Donohue John T. jr. foreman, 60 e Pratt 

Donohue John, tailor, 47 e Monument 

Donohue John, jr. clerk, 60 e Pratt 

Donohue John, (Holloway, D. & Co.) 60 e 

Pratt 
Donohue John, grocery, n e cor Amity and 

Raborg 
Donohue John F. salesman, 8 Watson 
Donohue Patrick, wr.tchmaD, 99 Granby 
Donohue Patrick, laborer. Eastern av near 

Choptank 
Donohue Patrick, porter, 64 n Dallas 
Donohue Patrick, laborer, 235 Gough 
Donohue Richard, shirt manuf. over 205 w 

Baltimore, dw 9 Pearl 
Donohue Stephen, huckster, 44 Front n of 

Foundry 
Donohue Thomas, watchman, 67 York 
Donohue Thomas, laborer, Patapsco chemical 

works 
Donohue Thomas, engineer, s w cor Howard 

and West 
Donohue Thomas, helper, 27 s Stockton al 
Donohue Wm. driver, rear 17 Front n of 

Foundry 
Donohue Wra. H. 50 Henrietta 
Donoval Mrs. G., Hoffman e of Cathedral 
Donovan Bridget, 16 Mercer 
Donovan Mrs. Caroline, Linden ave.xtd. 
Donovan Dennis, laborer 169 s Central av 
Donovan Dennis, cocoa matting maker, 847 w 

Pratt 
Donovan James, pressman, 41 East 
Donovan John, laborer, 156 Canton av 
Donovan Mrs. Margaret, restaurant, 131 North 
Donovan Michael, laborer, 50 s Dewberry al 
Donovan Michael, pressman, 83 n Exeter 
Donovan Simon, peddler, 26 s Ann 
Donovan Timothy, blacksmith, Chappell near 

Penna av 
Donovan Wm. police, 148 s Central av 
Donworth Peter, blacksmith, 3 Marion 
Donz Erasmus, shoemaker, 14 Fountain 
Doolan Maurice, currier, 27 Haw 
Dooley Martin, laborer, 25 Haw 
Dooley Nathaniel, rear 269 Orleans 
Dooley Vinton, laborer, 25 Haw 
Doolittle John, blacksmith, 2 Fell 
Doonis Mary, 16 Courtland 
Doory Thomas, laborer, 206 n Exeter 
Dopman John, laborer, 21 Fountain 
Doran James, bricklayer, 162 Greenmount av 
Doran Michael, laborer, rear 32 Towson 
Doran Mary A. 525 w Lombard 
Dorbaker Adam, 91 s Fremont 
Dorbant August, laborer, 234 Hanover 
Dorbert Frank, laborer, n w cor Lombard and 

Central av 



Dorberd George, shoemaker, 105 s Dallas 
Dorenius Peter B. plasterer, Druid Hill av, 

betw Townsend and Mosher 
Dorenburg John D. shoemaker, 151 Conway 
Dorff Albert, tinner, 51 McHenry 
Dorflein Jacob, tailor, 51 McElderry 
DORGAN & CO. (T. A. Dorgan,) stoves, 
ranges, &c. whol. and retail, s e cor Lom- 
bard and Light 
Dorgan Gustv's A. shipcarp'r,45 s Washington 
Dorgan Theodore A. (D. & Co.) 92 Saratoga 
Dorguth Fred'k, cooper, 48 s Exeter 
Doring Geo. lager beer, 260 e Chase 
Dorlam Christ' n, tailor, 148 n Caroline 
Dorm Charles, brickmaker, 385 Light 
Dorm Mrs. Catherine, confectioner, 411 Light 
Dorm Jacob, brickmaker, 41 1 Light 
Dorman Ann, confectionery, 75 s High 
Dorman Elizabeth, ]t53 Eastern av 
Dorman F. W. stencilcutter, 20 s Exeter , 

DOR.MAI* F. W. stencilcutter, dyesinker and 

engraver, 97 w Lombard, dw 165 e Eager 
Dorman Fred'k, laborer, 73 s High 
Dorman Capt. George T. oyster trade, 50 Fawn 
Dorman Mrs.Hel'n C.seamstress,331 Harford av 
Dorman Jane G. 6 Aisquith 
Dorman John, stevedore, 381 Hamburg 
Dorman John S. huckster, 2 Williamson al 
Dorman Mrs. Mary, confec'y, 393 Canton av 
Dorman Mrs. Wm. 180 Bank 
Dorman Wm. T. plasterer, 2 Mulberry 
Dormer Andrew, cab'tmaker, 143 Dover , 
Dorn George^ bricklayer, 37 Raborg 
Dorn Jno. grocery, s e cor Park and Richmond 
Dorn John, milkman, O'Donnell nr Clinton 
Dorn John, restaurant, 87 e Lombard 
Dorn Joseph, shoemaker, 109 Elliott 
Dorn Philip, clerk, 97 w Biddle 
Dorn Wolfe, carter, 86 Albemarle 
Dorndorf Adam, carpenter, 951 w Baltimore 
Dorner John T. packer, 178 n Fremont 
Dorney Eugene, teacher, 7 e Monument 
Dornej' Eugene, marblepolisher, 7 e Monument 
Dorney Jackson, 1 05 s Eden 
Dorney Michael, laborer, 235 Gough 
Dorney Thomas J. salesman, 237 w Baltimore 
Dorney Thomas U. salesman, 141 w Fayette 
Dorr Casper, printer, 268 Hanover 
Dorr John, tinner, 18 Druid Hill av 
DORR LAURENCE A. tobacconist, 78 s How- 
ard, dw 268 Hanover 
Dorr Louis, baker, 816^ w Baltimore 
Dorran Patrick, gardener, Chappell nr Liberty 

Road 
Dorrance Geo. E. bookkeeper, Gilmor house 
Dorrell George, coachsmith, 226 e Monument 
Dorrell Wm. potter, n e cor Aisquith and 

Madison 
Dorrer John, farrier, 223 s Dallas 
Dorrett Wm. W. tobacconist, 163 e Fayette 
Dorries Charles, cigarmaker, 2 Constitution 
Dorritee Chas. W. bookkeeper, 12 Thames 
Dorritee C. W. bookkeeper, 210 n Bond 
Dorritee Lorenzo, painter, 162 e Fayette 
Dorritee Mrs. Mary, 312 e Pratt 
Dorritee Rob't E. painter, 210 n Bond 
Dorritee Wm. S. (Green & Co.) Baltimore co 
Dorry Mrs. Margaret, 49 s Broadway 
Dorsch Geo. cooper, 1 Spring ct 
Dorsch Michael, harnessmaker, 1 Spring ct 
Dorschel Wm. provisions, 266 Eastern av 
Dorsett John F. salesman, 80 s Sharp 



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Dorsett John H. clerk, 258 n Howard 

Dorsey Allen, (Walker, D. & Co.)193 n Charles 

Dorsey Arthur, clerk, 165 St. Paul 

Dorsey Augustus E. asst. weigher C. H. 548 

Lexington 
Dorsey Mrs. Augusta A. over 51 n Calvert 
Dorsey Bartus C. (Wheelwright, Mudge & Co.) 

50 fw Baltimore 
Dorsey Mrs. Caleb, 501 w Baltimore 
Dorsey Mrs. Catherine, 53 n Paca 
Dorsey Chas. E. coachpainter, 166 n Exeter 
Dorsey Charles II. laborer, 106 Boyd 
Dorsey Charles W. brush block maker, 48 

German, dw 16 n Schroeder 
Dorsey Comfort W. 36 Pleasant 
DorseV Charles F. photographer, 185 Mulberry 
Dorsey Charles W. agt. C. P. R. W. 42 s Pop- 

pleton 
Dorsey Charles, TT Camden 
DORSEY D. proprietor Barnum's City hotel 
Dorsey cj- Co. (S. W. D., R. M. Barnes,) pub- 
lic weighers, over 67 s Gay 
Dorsey Dan'l W. laborer, 26 Orbit al 
Dorsey Dan'l W. gilder, rear 9 n Frederick, 

dw"63 Stirling 
Dorsey David, marble worker, n e cor Consti- 
tution and Jlonument 
Dorsey Edward, (D. & Waters,) 4T9 Saratoga 
Dorsey Edwin, cordwainer, 134 Barre 
Dorsey Elisha, farmer, 130 Greenmount av 
Dorsey Evan, paper hanger, 171 Mulberry 
Dorsey Ezekiel S. coal, 369 e Baltimore 
Dorsey F. G. clerk, 35 Conway 
Dorsey Geo. W. wood corder, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Dorsey Geo. W. shoemaker, 78 Preston 
Dorsey J. Hawkins, clerk, 73 Courtland 
Dorsey James, marblepolisher, 45 Buren 
Dorsey James B. clerk, cor Charles and Centre 
Dorsey James E. 165 St. Paul 
Dorsey James L. flour broker, 35 Conway 
Dorsey James, laborer, 9 Groves al 
Dorsey James P. brickmaker, Clinton n of 

Boston 
Dorsey John, bookkeeper, 35 Conway 
Dorsey John, cellar digger, 29 s Wolfe 
Dorsey John A. (Etchison & D.) 209 w'Lom- 

bard 
Dorse}" John, laborer, 384 Hanover 
Dorsey John, tavern, 9 s Front 
Dorsey John, plasterer, 34 n Front 
Dorsey John T. travel'g agt. 199 w Fayette 
Dorsey Dr. J. S. dentist, 84 Hanover 
Dorsey John T. B. attorney, Miller's hotel 
Dorsey John, tailor^ 305 Paca, s of Hamburg 
Dorsey Jos. I. granite stone cutter, 90 Hollins 
Dorsey Joseph, Barnum's hotel 
Dorsey Joseph S. (Middleton & D.) 309 e Eager 
Dorsey Joseph, moulder, 240 s Sharp 
Dorsey Mrs. Josephine A. 69 Lexington 
Dorsey Mrs. Matilda, 42 s Poppleton 
Dorsey Michael, laborer, 140 s Castle 
Dorsey Richard, clerk, 501 w Baltimore 
Dorsey Richard II. shoemaker, 352 e Monument 
Dorsey Dr. Rob't W. 165 St. Paul 
Dorsey Dr. Rob't, (of Edw'd, ) 79 w Monument 
Dorsey Dr. Rob't E. 215 Madison av 
Dorsey Samuel, laborer, 1 s Calhoun 
Dorsey Samuel W. (D. & Co.) 55 Lexington 
Dorsey Sam'l A. stone cutter, 102 Pearl 
Dorsey Sam'l, s e cor Saratoga and St. Paul 
Dorsey Sellman, clerk, 383 Lexington 



Dorsey Mrs. Susan, 137 n Central av 
Dorsey Theodore C. stockbroker, 1 14 e Lombard 
Dorsej' Thomas N. eng'r, 241 Gourrh 
Dorsey Tho's R. (Morgan & D.) 17"6 Franklin 
Dorsey Wash. L. canniaker, 401 Lexington 
Dorsey Wm. H. paying teller Western Nat. 

Bank. 413 w Fayette 
Dorsey Wm. H. butcher, 122 Hollins 
Dorsey & Waters, (Edward D., John Waters,) 
carpenters and builders, rear 118 n Calvert 
Dorsey Wm. R. coachmaker, 166 n Exeter 
Dorsey Wm. laborer, 142 s Castle 
Dorsey Wm. T. student, 193 n Howard 
Dorsey Wm. H. engineer, 50 s Chapel 
Dorsey Wm. brakesman, 430 Lexington 
Dorsey Wm. H. ensrineer, 102 s Broadway 
Dorsey Wm. P. (T'". P. Matthews & Sous) 196 

w Biddle 
Dorsh George, shoemaker, 102 n Spring 
Dorsh John, wheelwright, 178 Peirce 
Dorsh Louisa, confectionery, 178 Peirce 
Dorweis Eckert, painter, 184 Forrest 
Dosch Andrew, laborer, Clinton, nr Chesa- 
peake furnace 
Dosche August, laboser, 80 Centre Market sp 
Dosh Rev. John H. C. 308 e Baltimore 
Doster John, tailor, 382 e Monument 
Dotsch George, clerk, 160 Lexington 
Dotsch Jacob, drayman, 233 Gough 
Dotterweich Fred.,cigarmak., 1 80 Druid Hill av 
Dotterweik Sebastian, cooper and grocery, 40 

Frederick av 
Dotterweuh Peter, hostler, 276 s Ann 
Doty Leonora L., Oregon nrTownsend 
Double Fred'k, laborer, 303 s Bond 
Double Jesse B. clerk, 269 w Lombard 
Doud Bartholomew, huckster, 7 Camden la 
Doud Bridget, huckslress, 290 e Monument 
Doud James W. gas fitter, 74 s Charles 
Doud John M. police, 290 e Jlonuraent 
Doud John, laborer, 37 s Stockton al 
Doud Maria L. dressmaker, 35 s High 
Doud Martin, laborer, 25 Pleasant al 
Doud Michael, laborer, 18 Pleasant al 
Poud Patrick, laborer, 78 Harford av 
Doud Thomas, blacksmith, 109 s Castle 
Doud Wm. laborer, 41 York 
Douder John, carpenter, 30 Burke, Canton 
Doudiken John, laborer, 6 Chappell 
Dougare Alex. F. barber, 6 Front n of Foundry 
Dougherty Anthony, laborer, 40 Boyd 
Dougherty Bridget, 184 Canton av 
Dougherty Mrs. Bridget, 18 Armistead la 
Dougherty Charles, mariner, 166 e Lombard 
Dougherty Charles, collector, 32 Laurel 
Dougherty Charles Jl. 31 Franklin 
Dougherty Chas. M. hat finisher, 7 n Wolfe 
Dougherty Cornelius, carp'r, 404 w Fayette 
Dougherty Daniel, laborer, 81 Forrest 
Dougherty Daniel, carter, 184 s Washington 
Dougherty Daniel, laborer, 11 Hull 
Dougherty Dennis, laborer, 404 w Faj-ette 
Dougherty E. dressmaker, 108 Saratoga 
Dougherty Edward, laborer, 481 w Pratt 
Dougherty Mrs. Eliza, tavern, 81 Forrest 
Dougherty George, lal)orer, 20 n Bond 
Dougherty Geo.VV.pat.nied's, 114i w Baltimore 
Dougherty Mrs. Hannah, 181 n Eutaw 
Dougherty James, laborer, Clinton, opp Chesa- 
peake furnace 
Dougherty James, builder, 11 w Biddle 
Dougherty Capt. James, 110 s High 



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ACJKNTS FOR 

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Dougherty Rev'd John J. 93 Barre 
Doughei-ty John, hacktuan, 110 Henrietta 
Dougherty Johnj laborer, 16 Concord 
Dougherty John, laborer, 8 Fish Marlvetsp 
Dougherty John C. shipcarpenter, 146 s Ann 
Dougherty Julius, clerk, 188 Druid Hill av 
DOUGHERTY J. J. C. clerk Md. Penitentiary, 

9 n Exeter 
Doughcity Kate, laundress, Maltby house 
Dougherty Martin, laborer, 18 Armistead la 
Dougherty Mary J. 159 Eastern av 
Dougherty Michael, salesman, V n Wolfe 
Dougherty Michael, laborer, 61 Hillen 
Dougherty Michael J. plumber, 141 n Gay, dw 

Orleans nr Short 
Dougherty Michael, laborer, 16 Garden 
Dougherty Neil, laborer, West nr Light 
Dougherty Samuel, clerk, 114^ w Baltimore 
Dougherty Thomas, laborer, 8 Fish Market sp 
Dougherty Thomas, dfiver, 93 York 
Dougherty Thomas B. printer, 119 e Eager 
Dougherty Thomas, drayman, 31 Albemarle 
Dougherty Thomas, 13 n Caroline 
Dougherty Wni. H. blacksm'h, 730 w Baltimore 
Dougherty Wm. H. (Sands & Co.) 16 s Chester 
Dougherty Wm. laborer, 182 East 
Doughty tlenry C. clerk, 28 Camden 
Doughty John, 11 s Calvert 
Doughty John C 71 n Calvert 
Doughty John C. lo2 n High 
Doughty Thos. P. salesman, 40 Lexington 
Douglas &; Co. (A. and B. Douglas) wine, 

liquors and cigars, 57 Exchange pi 
Douglas August, (D. & Co.) Baltimore co 
Douglass Mrs. Anu E. upholstress, 9 High al 
Douglass Bernard, liquors, Gay nr Second, dw 

23 n Calvert 
Douglass Chas. lab'r, over 61 Centre Market sp 
Douglass George W. cooper, 1 Wyeth 
Douglass Mrs.' Harriet, 33 Chew 
Douglass Institute, 11 Lexington 
Douglass James H. painter, 10 n Spring 
Douglass Joseph, hacks, 33 (Ihew 
Douglass Mrs. Mary J. 87 Hamburg 
Douglass Robert, cooper, 138 L. Greene 
Douglass Thomas J. cooper, 138 L. Greene 
Douglass Wm. R. painter, 31 May 
Doulongn Conrad, tailor, 272 Canton av 
Douthatt Wm. H. clerk, 27 n Liberty 
Douville Edw'd, draftsman, 550 Franklin 
Douvwdrun Frank, rigger, 290 e Lombard 
Dove Mrs. Ann J. 14 s Oregon 
Dove Benjamin F. watchman, 548 w Pratt 
Dove John R. messenger, 20 Ramsay 
Dover House, Andr.Brueckner, prop'r,3 Dover 
Dover Jacob Z. painter, 499 w Pratt 
Dover John, shoemaker, 499 w Pratt 
Dover Mary Ann, paper bagmaker,499 w Pratt 
Doverer Geo. butcher, Garrison la nr Freder- 
ick road 
Dowell Everett, carpenter, 48 Stiles 



Dowell Geo.E.cl'k toquarterm'r, 221 Aisquith 
Dowell Hcnson, clerk, cor Park and Mulberry 
Dowell John, com. merchant, 96 Light-stwhf, 

dw 203 Aisquith 
Dowell Mrs. Sarah, 48 Stiles 
Dowitch Elias, tailor, 243 s Charles 
Dowl Jacob, carter, 101 Bank 
Dowle George, laborer, 25 Port 
Dowling Ann, 183 n Eutaw 
Dowling Michael J. carriagemaker, 149 and 151 

n High, dw Brown's hotel 
Dowling Thomas, laborer, 85 Booth 
Downey Charles, carpenter, 13 L. Gough 
Downey Edmund, laborer, 207 e Lombard 
Downey Edmund, carpenter, 13 L. Gough 
Downey John & Son, (J. and T. G. D.) grocers 

and com. merchants, 133 Franklin 
Downey John, (J. D. & Son) 154 n Eutaw 
Downey Patrick, laborer, 205 e Lombard 
Downey Patrick, laborer, 137 Hudson 
Downey Thos. G. (J.D. & Son) 154 n Eutaw 
Downey Wm. laborer, 239 Henrietta 
Downey Wm. laborer, 60 Essex 
Downey Wm. plumber, 13 L. Gough 
Downey Wm. T. watchman, 141 Dover 
Downing Charles, bricklayer se cor Baltimore 

and Calhoun 
Downing Howell, broker, 158 w Biddle 
Downing Walter, bricklayer, s e cor Strieker 

and Saratoga 
Downs Chas. G. provisions, 107 Hill 
Downs Geo. hodcarrier, 55 Biddle al 
Downs Harris T. police, 492 e Baltimore 
Downs Henry C. butcher, 29 May 
Downs James H. of U. S. treasury dep't, 361 

Franklin 
Downs James H. printer, 125 Division 
Downs John, shoemaker, 44 Clay 
Downs John L carpenter, 722 Penna av 
Downs Jos. B. butcher, 67 Hanover, 31 Centre 

and 46 Lexington markets, dw 508 Light 
Down.<5 Patrick, 21 Perry 
Downs Samuel F. moulder, 173 n Fremont 
Downs Samuel A. carpenter, 108 William 
Downs Samuel I. carpenter, 213 n Central av 
Downs Mrs.Susan,shirtmaker,over 72 Harrison 
Downs Wm. H. carpenter, 108 William 
Downs Wm. H. clerk, 62 n Poppletou 
Downs Rev. Wilford, 101 n Bond 
Downs Winifred, 37 Cambridge 
Doyle Andrew J. clerk, 189 Saratoga 
Doyle Ann, grocery, 61 Clay 
Doyle Arthur, shipcarpenter, 139 s Castle 
Doyle A. J. bookstore, 11 Penna av, dw 226 

Franklin 
Doyle Prof. Bartholomew, Loyola college 
Doyle Benj. H. marble polisher,Farmer's hotel 
Doyle Elizabeth, huckstress, 7 s Frederick 
Doyle Ellen, confectionery, 43 n Fremont 
Doyle Hugh, laborer, 218 s Castle 
Doyle Hugh, laborer, 131 West 
Doyle James, blacksmith, 166 s Central av 
Doyle James H. printer, 189 Saratoga 
Doyle James M. liquors, 45 s Charles, dw 129 

w Lombard 
Doyle Mrs. Jane G. 32 Camden 
Doyle John, fancy soap, 64 s Sharp 
Doyle John, laborer, 218 s Castle 
Doyle John, laborer, 8 Hawk 
Doyle John, laborer, 18 Abey al 
Doyle John, nailmaker, 209 Vine 
Doyle John, laborer, 81 Harmony la 



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Doyle Dr. John A. 21 s Gay 

Doyle John, engineer, 21 Barre 

Doyle Mrs. Margaret, tavern, 191 s Charles 

Doyle Martin, laborer, 89 s Chester 

Doyle Mary, huckstress, 74 Johnson 

Doyle Matthew, milk, 23 Constitution 

Doyle Michael, hackdriver, 164 Dover 

Doyle Michael, sawyer, 4G Johnson 

Doyle Michael, laborer, 52 Union 

Doyle Prof. Michael, Loyola college 

Doyle Morris, engineer, 21 Barre 

Doyle Patrick, drayman, 172 Stirling 

Doyle Patrick, laborer, Northern av nr John 

Doyle Patrick, lab'r. Cathedral nr Northern av 

Doyle Patrick, laborer, 11 Hull 

Doyle Peter, lithographer, 255 Hanover 

Doyle Peter, driver, 52 Union 

Doyle Samuel B. clerk Adams express, 13 n 

Gilnior 
Doyle Thomas, tavern, 78 York 
Doyle Thos. G. bookseller, 295 n Gay 
Doyle Thos. cooper, 62 Philpot 
Dovle Thos. whipsawyer, 94 Battery av 
DoVle T. H. & Co. (T. H. D., W. Nash) sta- 

stionery, &c. 99 n Howard 
Dovle T. Harrie,(T. H.D.& Co. )123 Mulberry 
Doyle Walter J. 123 Mulberry 
Doyle Wni. carter, 42 Park 
Doyle AVni. H. carpenter, 36 Curtis al 
Doyle Wm. J. jr. bookkeeper, 189 Saratoga 
Doyle Wm. potter, 8 Somerset 
Drager Francis, blacksmith, 58 Henriettta 
Drager Henry, carter, 222 s Wolfe 
Drager Henry, cigarpacker, 96 e Fayette 
Drager Theodore, jr. cigarmaker, 56 Henrietta 
Drager Theodore, sr. blacksmith, 56 Henrietta 
Drager Wm. shoemaker, 326 s Bond 
Drain Richard, laborer, 79 Stirling 
Drake Edward, blacksmith, 203 Columbia 
Drake James T: cigarmaker, 203 Columbia 
Drake William, blacksmith, n e cor Penn and 

King, dw 203 Columbia 
Drakeley Geo. (Tilghman & D.)291 w Favette 
DRAKELEV & FENTON,(H. W. D., A. Fen- 
ton, Louis Dunan, Joel Henman) wholesale 
produce com. merchants, 387 w Baltimore 
Drakeley Henry W.(D. & Fenton) 291»w Fay- 
ette 
Drakely Thos. (Coleman & D.) 291 w Fayette 
Drane James, laborer, 27 e Madison 
Drane John F. moulder, 27 e Madison 
Drane Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 27 e Madison 
Draper Chester, huckster, 178 Dover 
Draper Kate, 6 Josephine 
Drebing George, shipjoiner, 13 n Choptank 
Drebing Harriet, 13 n Choptank 
Drebing Wm. A. tinner, 13 n Choptank 
Drechler John, plasterer, 40 n Amity 
Drechsler Frederick, tailor, 132 s Washington 
Drechsler Thomas, lager beer, n w cor Forrest 

and Low 
Drege Mariana, 333 Lexington 
Drenner Otho W. carpenter, 152 Scott 
Dresch Adam, laborer, 55 Aliceanna 
Dresel Ferdinand, clerk, 110 Park 
Dresel Werner, (F. L. Brauns & Co.) consul 
for Prussia, Wurtcmberg, Saxony, Baden, 
Bavaria and Hesse Darmstadt, s e cor Lom- 
bard and Cheapside, dw 110 Park 
Dressel Adam, blind maker, 358 e Eager 
Dressel Mrs. Catherine, 289 e Monument 
Dressel Charles, tanner, 192 s Broadway 



Dressel Conrad, baker, Stockholm betw Eutaw 

and Russell 
Dressel Conrad, tailor, 246 e Chase 
Dressel Conrad, weaver, 60 n Spring 
Dressel John, laborer, 259 n Bond 
Dressel John G. laborer, 246 e Chase 
Dressel John J. bakerj', 141 e Pratt 
Dressel Joseph, tailor, 267 n Eden 
Dressel Leonard, blind maker, 358 e Eager 
Dressell George, driver, 31 Rose 
Dressier Peter F. baker, 75 Barre 
Dretz John, packer, 15 s Spring 
Dreves Francis, cigar store, 16 Pine, dw 18 
Drew Amanda L., 160 w Madison 
Drew Arthur, 2 n Poppleton 
Drexel August, cigarmaker, 59 n Gay 
Drexel Frank, clerk, 47 n Gay 
Drexel H. C. steam scourer and dyer, 52 w 

Fayette, dw 112 n E.xeter 
Drexel Henry, pianomaker, 47 n Gay 
Drexel Moritz, confectioner, 57 n Gay 
Drexler Ferdinand, laborer, 231 n Bond 
Drexler Mrs. George, dairy. Republican near 

Franklin 
Drexsel John, tanner, 23 Smith 
Drexsel John, jr., pottar, 23 Smith 
Drexsel Richard, potter, 23 Smith 
Drey Abraham, (L. Lauer & Co.) 64 Conway 
Drey Elkan, (Lewis Lauer & Co.) G4 Conway 
Dreyer Abraham, junk, rear 70 Harrison 
Dreyer Charles, tobacconist, Frederick road nr 

Wilkens 
Dreyer Ernst, fresco painter, 175 w Fayette 
Dreyer John, mariner. Hall's al 
Dreyer JohnF. boxmaker, 49 McHenry 
Dreyer Wm. A. shoes, 168 and 170 s Broadway 
Dreyman Wm. cigarmaker, 8 s Gist ext 
Dricke August, tailor, 224 s Bond 
Drida Francis N. laborer, 82 Granby 
Driesh Mrs Ann M., 37 Marion 
Driesh Joseph, clerk, 37 Marion 
Driesh Joseph, sr., porter, 37 Marion 
DRILL JAMES M. gen'l freight agtN. C. R., 

Park av n of Townsend 
Driner Jeremiah, carpenter, 877 w Pratt 
Drischer Peter, shoemaker, 16 Willow 
DriscoU Mrs. Ann, 3 Hollins 
DriscoUMrs.CarolineR. teacher, 42 n Poppleton 
Driscoll Dennis, laborer, 54 Dewberry al 
Driscoll Ellen, grocery, 217 Chesnut 
Driscoll John, laborer, 6 Addison 
Driscoll Mrs. Mary, cook shop, 3 Plowman 
Driscoll Richard J. tailor, 58 s Howard 
Driver Alex, carter, 152_s Chapel 
Driver Charles F. painter, 172 s Chapel 
Driver Jacob, stevedore, 169 s Chapel 
Driver Julius, bookkeeper, 105 Hanover 
Drockenbrod John, bootblack, 1 Littel al 
Droeller Henry, carpenter, 25 Stirling 
Droeser John, basketmaker, 19.'! s Charles 
Droge Theodore, blacksmith, 56 Henrietta 
Drohan David, police, 84 s High 
Drokenbrad Peter, butter, 50 President 
Droney Martin, tailor, 13 Perry 
Droscher Adolph,(J.P.Lubs k Co.)51 n Greene 
Drost Gustav.A. (D. & Sutro, ) 238 Madison av 

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Drost Michael, shoemaker, 112 s Bethel 
Droste John E. police, 78 Hill 
Droste John H., 78 Hill 
Droste Louis, bookkeeper, 68 Lexington 
Droste Wm. H. police, 78 Hill 
Drought Francis, carijenter, 138 Montgomery 
Drought Fred, laborer, cor Clinton and Boston 
Drought George, wheelwright, 129 Elliott 
Druery John A. stonecutter, 254 Bank 
Druery Wm. rigger, 254 Bank 
Druery Wm. jr. carpenter, 254 Bank 
Drugan Hugh, (Wm. Bond& Co.) 122 German 
Druid Hall, n e cor Gay and Baltimore 
Druid Hill Assembly Rooms, 126 Druid Hill av 
Druid Hill Park, Madison av ext 
Drumey Cornelius, laborer, 7 Baker 
Drumgoole Patrick T. carpenter, 133 n Spring 
Drummarder Christian, laborer, 25 Rock 
Drummond Joanna E., 15 s Exeter 
Drurey Charles B. clerk, 48 Conway 
Drury Mrs. Marian, fancy goods, 246 n Gay 
Drury Samuel C. police, 15 s Fremont 
Drury Wm. A. mariner, 127 William 
Druschel Philip, furn. wagoner, 28 Penna av 
Dryden Alexander, huckster, 64 Clay 
Dryden CO. clerk, 149 w Hoffman 
Dryden Mrs. Charles H., 279 HoUins 
Dryden Mrs. Ellen, fish, Hanover, Lexington 

and Centre markets, dw 64 Clay 
Dryden James, blacksmith. 195 e Madison 
Dryden J. Meredith, (J. M. D. & Co.) Eutaw 

house 
Dryden J. Meredith & Co. (J. M. Dryden, ) dry 

goods com. merch'ts, 14 and 16 German 
Dryden Joshua, 67 n Liberty 
Dryden Joshua R. clerk, 149 w Hoffman 
Dryden R. H. shoemaker, 257 n Central av 
Dryden Mrs. Rebecca, 188 Mulberry 
Dryden Robert W., Eutaw house 
Dryden Samuel, bricklayer, 49 Warren 
Dryden Samuel, shoemaker, 397 w Baltimore, 

dw lis Eutaw 
Dryden Thomas, laborer, 64 Clay 
Dryden W. Sydney, salesman, 86 s Sharp 
Dryden Wm. H. salesman, 342 w Fayette 
Dryer Wm. shoemaker, 23 Armistead la 
Drysdale Jas. M. (Sadler & D., ) 660 Lexington 
Drysdale J. M. (of Bryant, Stratton & Sadler,) 

Business College, 8 n Charles 
Dubel Capt. James A. com. merch't, 88 Light 

St. whf, dw 155 Barre 
Duble Jesse B. clerk, s w cor Baltimore and 

Greene 
Du Bois E. C. clerk, Internal Rev. oflSce, over 

Custom house, dw Balto. co 
Dubkins Henry, driver, 4 s Gist ext 
Dubree George, spoon maker, 220 e Madison 
Dubree John B. clerk, 38 w Biddle 
Dubree John H. carpenter, 38 w Biddle 
Dubreuil Armand, clerk, 29 Camden 
DUBREUIL oil works CO., over 17 South 



Dubreuil Madame Armanda, 29 Camden 
Dubriton Hypolite^ laborer, 53 Biddle al 
Ducatel Joanna, boarding, 38 Mulberry 
Duchaulte Charles G. clerk, 309 Aisquith 
Ducher Eliza, 14 w Foundry 
Ducker George E. (W. Devries & Co.) Foun- 
tain hotel 
Duckett Jeremiah, laborer, 16 Preston 
Duckett John, oysters, 60 Perry 
Duckett Robert L. carter, 294 Franklin 
Duckett Richard G. city tax oflSce,308 Saratoga 
Dudley Alonzo G. shoemaker, 22 Hill 
Dudley Asa P. carpenter, 135 n Eutaw 
Dudley Mrs. Asa P. fancy goods, 135 n Eutaw 
Dudley Christopher, machinist, 112 Stirling 
Dudley Eleanor M. teacher, 44 Saratoga 
Dudley F. M. grocery, 255 Light 
Dudley Hiram G. clerk, 138 Saratoga 
Dudley Mrs. Hester A. tailoress, 74 Henrietta 
Dudley Joseph, iron moulder, 165 n Caroline 
Dudley Marcus L. (Porter & D.) 13 Warren 
Dudley Peyton G. clerk, 7 Hill 
Dudley Thomas, blacksmith, 194 East 
Dudley Thomas, blacksmith, 16 Douglass 
Dudrow Chas. E. dancing master,42s Caroline 
Dudrow Geo. W. barkeeper, 224 e Madison 
Dudrow Geo. W. machinist, 42 s Caroline 
Dudrow Thos. C. silverplater, 42 s Caroline 
Duearkin James H. brickmaker, 634 Light 
Dueigen Ernest, turner, 177 s Sharp 
DuerA. Adgate, (J.Duer&Son,) 147 n Charles 
Duer Douglass H. clerk, 147 n Charles 

DUER JOHN & SON, (John Duer 
and A. A. Duer,) Hardware and 
Slate Mantles, 24 S Charles street. 

Duer John, (J. D. & Son,) 147 n Charles 
DUER SAMUEL, merch. miller, 38 Commerce, 

dw 301 HoUins 
Duering David T. huckster, 72 Ramsay 
Duering Geo. S. bricklayer, 3+7 Franklin 
Duering Jacob, gardener, F'oint la nr Green- 
mount Cemetery 
Duering Mrs. Nancy, 106 St. Mary 
Duerr Conrad, beer, 243 Hanover 
Duff Andrew, huckster, 283 e Madison 
Duff & Burch, (Jas. D., Jas. A. Burch,) sta- 
tionery and periodicals, 116 w Baltimore 
Duflf Mrs. Celestine, dressmaker, 144 Aisquith 
Duff Captain Henry, surveyor of vessels and 

cargoes, 37 Fell, dw 351 e Baltimore 
Duflf Henry C. clerk, 351 e Baltimore 
Duflf James, (D. <^ Burch,) 115 s Broadway 
Duflf James, stevedore, 30 Jew al 
Duff John W. bookkeeper, 84 Hanover 
Duflf J. Luther, clerk, 323 e Pratt 
Duflf Patrick, drayman, 81 St. Peter 
Duflf Wm. cooper, 160 s Eden 
DUFF WM. E. attorney, 54 w Fayette, dw 11^ 

s Broadway 
Duflfey Daniel, watchman, 98 s Eutaw 
Duflfy Mrs. Ann, fancy goods, 29 Hanover mar- 
ket, dw 76 Johnson 
Duffy Bridget, grocery, 69 s Bethel 
Duflfy Mrs. Catherine, 46 McMechin 
Duflfy Mrs. Catherine, 231 Forrest 
Duflfy Mrs. Ella, 77 Hillen 
Duflfy Edward, attorney, 28 St. Paul, dw 

Townsend betw John and Park av 
Duflfy James, laborer, 40 Slemmer al 



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Duffy James, laborer, 3 Littel al 

Duffy James, grocery, 55 Holland 

Duff? James, (M. & J. Duffy,) 4 Park av 

DutfV John, hackman, 14 Neighbor 

Dufify John, hostler, 124 Vine 

Duffy John, jr., moulder, 40 Penn 

Duffy Mrs. Margaret, 40 Penn 

Duffy Mrs. Martha, 116 n Schroeder 

Duffy Mrs. Mary, 3 Hargrove al 

Duffy Mrs. Mary, 116 n Schroeder 

Dufify M. & J. grocery and feed, 164 Cathedral 

Duffy Michael, blacksmith, 62 Union 

Dufify Michael, blacksmith, 32 Preston 

Dufify Michael, (M. & J. Duffy,) 97 Cathedral 

Dufify Peter, laborer, 141 s Chester 

Dufify Peter, laborer. 11 Humes 

Dufify Thomas, flagsman, 39 Scott 

Dufify Wm. laborer, 40 Slemmer al 

Dufify Wm. J.J. carter, 14 Neighbor 

Dufur & Co , (G. J. D. and Francis Fowler,) 

wire workers, 36 n Howard 
Dufur George J. (Dufur & Co.) 69 Columbia 
Dufur George J. iron railings, 28 Marion, dw 

69 Columbia 
Dufur Orlando, jr., blacksmith, 69 Columbia 
Dufur Orlando, sr., blacksmith, 69 Columbia 
Dufur Wm. H. cigarmaker, 69 Columbia 
Dugan Alexander, clockmaker, 61 e Monument 
DUG AN & BRO. (Hammond and Pierre C. 

Dugan,) attorneys, 29 St. Paul 
DUGAN CUMBERLAND cj- CO. (C. Dugan,) 

railroad and machinists supplies, 26 s Charles 
Dugan Cumberland, (Cumberland D. & Co.) 

Baltimore co 
Dugan Daniel, laborer, 63 Block 
Dugan Hammond, (D. & Bro.) 38 Mulberry 
Dugan James, mariner, 44 Chesnut 
Dugan James, laborer, 93 Harford av 
Dugan John, jr., laborer, 93 Harford ar 
Dugan John, 93 Harford av 
Dugan J. Osborne, (Walsh & Dugan, )and dry 

goods, 129 n Gay, dw 36 n Front 
Dugan Michael, laborer, 56 n Dallas 
Dugan Michael, laborer, 93 Harford av 
Dugan Patrick, laborer, rear of 16 Concord 
Dugan Pierre C. (D. & Bro.) 242 n CharleS 
Dugan Mrs. Sarah, dressmaker, 93 Harford av 
Dugan Wm. T. clerk, 36 n Front 
Dugas Lewis C. clerk to Register of Wills, 152 

Pearl 
DUGDALE GEORGE, fertilizers, 97 and 105 

Smith's whf. dw Baltimore co 
Dugdale Wm. clerk, 278 Lexington 
Dugent Eli carpenter, 248 e Lombard 
Dugent Francis, carpenter, 248 e Lombard 
Dugent Francis, grocery, 248 e Lombard 
Duggan Anthony, carpenter, 5 Front n of 

Foundry 
Duggan Wm. A. chemist, 161 w Lombard 
Duhamel James, 163 n Paca 
Duhamel Wm. J. conductor, 236 Barre 
Duhru Frederick, piano maker, 58 Portland 
Duhurst Charles H. druggist, 27 w Pratt, dw 

1 n Front 
Duhurst Mrs. Elizabeth, 401 Lexington 
Duhurst Frank, huckster, 401 Lexington 
Duhurst Henry P. pres't Firemen's Ins. Co., 

1 n Front 
Duhurst Mrs. Mary, 1 n Front 
Duke A.W. apoth'ry and druggi8t,178 e Eager 
Duke Eliza, grocery, 10 Somerset 
Duke Frederick, laborer, 314 Eastern av 



Duke Jas. B. restaurant, cor Centre and North 
Duke James N. (Mills & D.) 38 n Calvert 
Duke Mrs. Mary, 2 Lewis 
Duke Susanna, 268 n Howard 
Dukehart E. W. & Son, (E. W. and G. Duke- 
hart,) snufif manufs. 29 s Calvert 
Dukehart Edward W. (E. W. D. & Son,) 164 

Hanover 
Dukehart Graham, (E. W. D. & Son,) 164 

Hanover 
Dukehart George, baker, 94 Albemarle 
Dukehart John, clerk, 164 Hanover 
DukehartJohn,sec'y. Associated Firemen's Ins. 

Co., 25 n Gilmor 
Dukehart Capt. Jno. M. mariner, 378 w Faj'^ette 
Dukehart J. k Co. (J. Dukehart,) fishing 

tackle, twine, 130 w Baltimore 
Dukehart Jos. (J. D. & Co.) 201 Aisquith 
Dukehart Lewis, tailor, 104 n Eden 
Dukehart Mary, 73 e Fayette 
Dukehart Mrs. Rachel, 67 n High 
Dukehart Robert W. hosemaker, basement 18 

Water, dw 64 e Lombard 
Dukehart Samuel T. clerk, 17 Park av 
Dukehart Samuel T. clerk, 67 n High 
Duker Henry, (J. H. D. & Co.( Baltimore co 

Duker J. H. & CO. (Jno. H. Duker, 
Henry Duker,) Boxmakers and 
Steam Sawyers, S. W. cor. Lom- 
bard and West Palls av. 

Duker John H. (J. H. D. & Co.) Baltimore co 
Duker Otto, (D., Wilson & Co.) 79 s High 
Dukes I. Reyner, (Gould, D. & Co.) 146s Sharp 
Dukes Jas. T. brickmaker, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Dulaney D. T. F. 70 Durst al 
Dulaney John, marble polisher, 88 n Pine 
Dulaney Walter, clerk, 187 n Charles 
Dulany & Co. picture frames, 61 Second 
DULANY & EICHLER, (John M. D., C. C. F. 

Eichler, ) merch't tailors, 52 n Howard 
Dulany H. R. (Atkinson & D.) 187 n Charles 
Dulany John M. (D. & Eichler,) 316 Saratoga 
Dulany John N. (Norris & D.) 605 w Lombard 
Dulany Mrs. Sarah, 316 Saratoga 
Dulany Wm. J. C. (Selby & D.) Baltimore co 
Duley John C. moulder, 563 w Lombard 
Duley John C. jr., moulder, 537 w Lombard 
Duley John R. moulder, 563 w Lombard 
Dulin Dr. A. F. 83 w Monument 
Dulin Alex. F. (0. P. Merryman & Co.) 83 w 

Monument 
Dulin Wm. 83 w Monument 
Duling John, mariner, 182 s Ann 
Dulinger Fred'k, laborer, rear 114 s Spring 
Dull Casper, city yard, 139 Johnson 
Dull Mrs. J., Walsh nr Townsend 
Dull John, 228 n Eden 
Dumas Eliza, seamstress, 49 Granby 
Dumax Benj. L. carpenter, 105 Vine 
Dumax Elizabeth 0. seamstress, 158 Pearl 
Dumax Joseph, gasfitter, 105 Vine 
Dumax Louisa, tailoress, 158 Pearl 
Dumax Mary E. dressmaker, 158 Pearl 
Dumax Sarah, tailoress, 158 Pearl 
Dumbler John F. coUarmaker, 23 Diamond, 

dw 215 w Fayette 
Dumbolton Frank A. clerk, 189 w Fayette 
Dumbolton Geo. (D. & Wirt,) 189 w Fayette 
Dumbolton II. R. clerk, 189 w Fayette 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S •WHARF. 

DUMBOLTON & WIRT, (G. D., C. C. Wirt,) 

bankers aad brokers, n w cor Baltimore and 

St. Paul 
Dumfeltzer Conrad, shoemaker, Patuxent near 

Elliott 
Dumig Daniel G. tailor, 101 s Castle 
Dumler Conrad, rags, 31 s Washington 
Dumler John, rags, 31 s Washington 
Dumler Josi'ph, currier, 326 Aisquith 
Dumler Matthias, cooper, 60 n Schroeder 
Dumphey John, laborer, 55 Lancaster 
Duraphrey Mrs. Margaret, huckstress, over 200 

Lexington 
Dumphrey Patrick, confectioner, 10 Diamond 
Dumprof Simon, laborer, 115 s Castle 
Dun John, laborer, Ridgely nr Gross 
Dun R. G. & Co. (R. G. D., Wm. G. Scarlett,) 

mercantile agency, over s e cor Baltimore 

and Charles 
Dun R. G. (R. G. D. ^Co.) New York 
Dunan Louis, (Drakcley & Fenton, ) Balti- 
more county 
Dunan W. S. bookkeeper, 698 Saratoga 
DUNBAR DR. JOHN R. W. 151 w Lombard 
Dunbracco Mrs. M. M. dressmaker, 103 n Gay 
Dunbracco Wm. T. 103 n Gay 
Duncan Adam, produce, 340 n Eutaw 
Duncan David, 177 n High 
Duncan Emily, 91 Cathedral 
Duncan George, 340 n Eutaw 
Duncan George W. brushmaker, 251 s Sharp 
Duncan Helen, 91 Cathedral 
Duncan Isaac, engineer, 27 Buren 
Duncan James, bricklayer, s ecor Calhoun and 

Baltimore 
Duncan James, grocery, 289 Saratoga 
Duncan James B. tailor, 262 s Broadway 
Duncan James H. conductor, 368 Cathedral 
Duncan James S mariner, 156 e Lombard 
Duncan James W. wood inspector, 289 s Bond 
Duncan Jane, 91 Cathedral 
Duncan John F. junk, 146 s Bond 
Duncan John G. clerk 953 w Pratt 
Duncan John P. mathematical instrument 

maker, 248 s Sharp 
Duncan Jos. W. (D., Rhein & Co.) 144 Dolphin 
Duncan Mrs. Julia, 498 Franklin 
Duncan N. J. H. engineer, 177 n High 
Duncan, Rhein & Conaway, (J. W. D., John 

Rhein, C. Conaway,) carriage factory, 19 s 

Gay 
Duncan Thomas M. engineer, 135 Hollins 
Duncan Wm. J. mariner, 289 s Bond 
Duncan Wm. engineer, 156 e Lombard 
Duncan Wm. (Ambercrombie & Co.) 340 n 

Eutaw 
Duncan Wm. J. mariner, 289 s Bond 
Duncan Wm. T. brassfinisher, 251 s Sharp 
Duncan Wilson B. mariner, 289 s Bond 
Dundou Mich' I, tobacconist, and U. S. tobacco 

inspector C. H. dw 267 Light 



Dundor James, carter, 408 w Pratt 
Dundor Wm. tub finisher, 408 w Pratt 
Dundorf Jacob, laborer, rear 214 Canton av 
Dungan Capt. A. S. mariner, s w cor Light 

and Camden 
DUNGAN & COUSINS, (L. D., Wm. J. Cous- 
ins, ) fish and com. merchts, 79 South 
Dungan C. P. clerk, 357 w Fayette 
Dungan David, carpenter, 1 Scott 
Dungan John V. blacksmith, 106 Boyd 
Dungan Louis, ( D. & Cousins, ) 274 e Baltimore 
Dungan Mrs. L. L. variety store, 59 e Baltimore 
Dungan Mrs. Ruth, 267 Saratoga 
Dungan Mrs. Sarah, 1 Scott 
Dungan Theodore, clerk, 267 Saratoga 
Dungan Wm.W. engineer U SN 337 e Baltimore 
Dungan Wilkinson, 357 w Fayette 
Dunham Francis B. clerk P. 0. 23 s Calhoun 
Dunham Mrs. Leah A. W. 23 s Calhoun 
Dunham Samuel E. clerk, 23 s Calhoun 
Dunigan James C. A. shipjoiner, 135 Bank 
Dunigan Mrs. Rosa, 117 Elliott 
Dunigan Thomas, laborer, 119 Elliott 
Dunigan William, 191 Bank 
Dunk Henry, restaurant, 423 w Baltimore 
Dunkell Geo. A. 600 Lexington 
Dunkell Mrs. Sarah N. 600 Lexington 
Dunkerly Geo.L.watchcasemaker,29 w Fayette 
Dunkerly Joseph, helper, McHenry nr Fultou 
Dunkerly Richard, machinist, 688 w Pratt 
Dunkers Frank, laborer, 305 Aliceanna 

DUNLAP A. H. Wholesale and Ee- 
tail Grocer and Tea Dealer, cor. 
Howard and Lexington Streets, 
Baltimore, has on hand a general 
assortment of Groceries, Teas 
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c., dw 
244 Saratoga 



DUNLAP C. LEWIS, Wholesale 
and Retail Dealer in Flour, Teas, 
Wines, Groceries, &c., 13 W. Bal- 
timore street, dw 249 Saratoga 

Dunlap Charles, 249 Saratoga 
Dunlap E. J. teacher, 96 n Central av 
Dunlap Hugh, sand excavator, 465 Saratoga 
Dunlap John, laborer, 559 w Lombard 
Dunlap Thos. H. conductor, 205 Montgomery 
Dunlap Wm. book agent, 96 n Central av 
Dunlevy John, snuflf miller, 1 Perry 
Dunlevy Thos. C. 91 Mulberry 
Dunlop Thos. baker, 98 n Eutaw 
Dunn Albert F. 146 German 
Dunn Andrew, tailor, 34 McHenry 
Dunn Andrew G. 9 Josephine 
Dunn Mrs. Ann, 138 n Holliday 
Dunn Mrs. Ann, 159 Conway 
Dunn Mrs. Mary Ann, 9 Josephine 
Dunn Barbara, grocery, 37 Raborg 
Dunn Benj. F. huckster, 402 Lexington 
Dunn Chs. carp'r, 73 Hargrove al dw 6 Grundy 
Dunn C. Irwin, clerk, 234 n Charles 
Dunn Christopher, trunk maker, 20 Stiles 
Dunn Cristopher J. C. blacksmith, Hunter al 

nr John 
Dunn Daniel H. bookkeeper, 20 s Greene 



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Dunn Edward, grocery, 116 North 

DUNN EDWARD T. paymaster U. S. N. 

office over P, 0. dw 234 n Calvert 
Dunn Edward H. (Thorpe & Co.) Balto co 
Dunn Mrs. Ellen, 145 s Chester 
Dunn Mrs. Frances, 534 w Pratt 
Dunn Mrs. Frances, 192 Vine 
Dunn George, laborer, 37 Raborg 
Dunn Geo. W. conductor, 159 Conway 
Dunn Henry T. (manager for Law& Mitchell,) 

50 s Charles, dw 16 n Eutaw 
Dunn Henry, carter, 534 w Pratt 
Dunn Jacob, huckster, over 29^ n Greene 
Dunn Jas. huckster, 10 Williamson al 
Dunn James, stonecutter, 2 Grundy 
Dunn James, laborer, rear 112 Dugan's whf 
Dunn James, photographer, 59 n High 
Dunn James, laborer, 362 Ostend 
Dunn John, clerk, 20 Stiles 
Dunn John, butcher, 29 s Carey 
Dunn John, police, 59 n High 
Dunn John, hackman, 36 Constitution 
Dunn John, 159 Conway 
Dunn John C. stove moulder, 3 Scott 
Dunn John S. stonecutter, 619 w Pratt 
Dunn Joseph, grocery, 87 Chesnut 
Dunn Joseph, huckster, 107 L. Greene 
Dunn Joseph, huckster, 81 York 
Dunn Joseph, shoemaker, 9 Josephine 
Dunn Joseph L. clerk, 196 w Lombard 
Dunn & Luby, (M. D., Thomas Luby, ) hack 

stables, 156 n Calvert 
Dunn Martin, shoemaker, 528 w Lombard 
Dunn Mrs. Mary, 142 s Central av 
Dunn Mrs. Mary, lager beer, 140 Forrest 
Dunn Mrs. M. E. boarding, 118 w Fayette 
Dunn Michael, (D. & Luby,) 156 n Calvert 
Dunn Michael, furn. wagon, 227 German 
Dunn Patrick, laborer, 71 s Chapel 
Dunn Patrick, laborer, n Howard 
Dunn Paul, flagman. Hunter al nr John 
Dunn Peter, tailor, 22 Addison 
Dunn Peter, carter, 38 Union 
Dunn Peter, hostler, 197 s Chester 
Dunn Peyton A. (D., Todd & Co.) 196 w 

Lombard 
Dunn R. A .clerk,Insur dTelegraph, 1 59 Conway 
Dunn R. H. clerk, 159 Conway 
Dunn Richard, shoemaker, 9 Josephine 
Dunn Richard, rigger, 20 Stiles 
Dunn Robert, laborer, 72 Hamburg 
Dunn Mrs. Theresa, 686 w Pratt 
Dunn Thomas, laborer, 66 n Dallas 
Dunn Thomas, furn. wagoner, 54 s Oregon 
Dunn Thomas, cattle, 29 s Carey 
Dunn Thomas, laborer, 44 Bennett 
Dunn Timothy, carter, 530 w Pratt 
Dunn, Todd & Co. (P. A. D., B. Todd,) com. 

merchts, over 44 South 
Dunn Walter F. laborer, 105 Ensor 
Dunn Wm. A. telegraphist, 19 Hanover 
Dunn Wm. E. mariner, 165 e Pratt 
Dunn Wm. laborer, 23 s Regester 
Dunn Wm. flagsman, 159 Conway 
Dunn Wm. W. bookkeeper, 15 s Howard 
Dunnavant John, machinist, 356 Penna av 
Dunne Daniel, 117 Preston 
Dunnett William, plumber, 171 n Eutaw, dw 

Druid Hill av extended 
Dunnigan Elizabeth J. laundress, 228 s Bethel 
Dunnigan Thos. ship joiner, 100 s Washington 
Dunning Rev. Halsey, 269 w Lombard 



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Dunning Joseph, oyster packer, 60 Gough 
Dunning Mary Ann, Bethel, nr Monument 
Dunning Thomas B. painter, 93 n Pine 
Dunnington Ann, 117 w Madison 
Dunnington Wm. carter, 30 East 
DUNNINGTON WM. A. steam plaster mill, 
lower end of Hughes, nr the Basin, dw 43 Mc- 
Culloh 
Dunnock Mrs. E. 56 Barre 
Dunphy Mrs. Fanny, 1 Wills 
Duns John S. marblecutter, 32 Concord, dw 

619 w Pratt 
Dunsmore Jno. M.telegraphist,324 e Monument 
Dunster George, salesman, 184 s Paca 
Dunster George E. bookkeeper, 85 n Pine 
Dupuy Chas. H. prof. French, 173 w Lombard 
Dural Clifford, peddler, 83 Hill 
DurandJohnH. &Son,(J.H.& T. W.Durand.) 
rope manuTs, n e cor Eden and John, and 
132 w Pratt 
Durand John H. (John H. D. & Son, 

Biddle 
Durand Peter, teacher, 28 s High 
Durand Thomas W. (John H. D. & Son, 

e Biddle 

Durborow Hammond, 359 Lexington 
Durding Anna D. confectionery, 16 w Fayette 
DURDING JOHN T. grocer, and comm'r for 

opening sts. 464 Light, dw 468 
Durding Leander A. printer, n w cor Balti- 
more and Washington 
Durham Albert, furn. wagoner, 15 Cambridge 
Durham Alexander, laborer, 15 Cambridge 
Durham Ann, npholstress, 3 Garden 
Durham Mrs. Catherine, 496 w Baltimore 
Durham Chas. W. chairpainter, 349 Lexington 
Dui'ham Columbus R. bricklayer, 95 Conway 
Durham Edw'd, laborer, 262 s Broadway 
Durham Elizabeth, seamstress, 3 Garden 
Durham James, cigarmaker, 15 Cambridge 
Durham James M. helper, 135 Hudson 
Durham Jerome, barkeeeper, 97 s Chester 
Durham Mrs. Jane, 13 s Howard 
Durham John T. mariner, 97 s High 
Durham John, (D. & Sohl.) 496 w Baltimore 
Durham Mrs. Z. 327 n Eutaw 
Durham Mrs. Rhoda, grocery, 15 New 
Durham & Sohl, (John D., Henry S. Sohl,) 

hosiery, gloves, &c. 496 w Baltimore 
Durham Walter, clerk, 327 n Eutaw 
Durham Mrs. Sarah M. 17 Jasjier 
During George, cabinetmaker, 83 s Wolfe 
Durkee Henry H. police, 315 e Monument 
Durkee Mrs. L. R. boarding, 19 Lexington 
Durkin Patrick, laborer, 138 s Castle 
Durm John, laborer, 39 Gittings 
Durm Wm. laborer, 39 Gittings 
Durnell Mrs. Ann, millinery, 137 Saratoga 
Durning Mary, grocery, 147 n Central av 
Durr Francis, lager beer, 146 n Eutaw 
Durr Charles L. painter, 607 Penna av 
Durst George A. clerk, 307 Light 
Durst John U. (Foss & D.) 307 Light 
Dushane Albert, clerk, 199 Mulberry 
Dusliane Mrs. Elizabeth, 199 Mulberry 
Dushane Mrs. Harriet K. 160 Pearl 
Dushane Mrs. H. A. 8 Cathedral 
Dushane James A. clerk, 199 Mulberry 
DUSHANE JOHN T. apothecary, 559 w Fayette 
Dushane Jno. A. paper, 40 s Charles, dw Bal- 
timore CO 
Dushane Mrs. Mary, tavern, 35 Haubert 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Tailors and Clothiers, Men and Boys' 



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COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS. 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

Aa?:N'I'S FOR 

Roseudale Ceiiienl & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S "WHARF. 

Dushane Mrs. Col. N. T. 59 n Paca 
Dushane Valeatiae,bookk'per,2S5 w Lombard 
Dustiii Frank, machinist, 110 Eastern av 
Dustin Wm. N. restaurant, 5 North, dw 152 

Franklin 
Dutch Joseph, tailor, 11 n Dallas 
DUTROW & CO. (J. S. Dutrow,) butter and 

cheese, 57 South 
Dutrow Charles E. harnessmaker, 143 Vine 
Dutrow Curtis F., Hollins nr Mount 
Dutrow D. E. produce com. merch. 55 South, 

dw 54 n Republican 
Dutrow John S. (D. ^ Co.) Howard house 
Dutrow Mrs. Margaret, 54 n Republican 
Dutrow Rob't H. engineer, 143 Vine 
Dutrow Wm. paper hanger, 98 n Fremont 
Dutterwite Henry, laborer, 273 s Durham 
Dutton Fred'k W. 421 n Gay 
Dutton George H. ex-sheriff, (Jno. T. Mitchell 

<5- Co.) 596 Lexington 
Dutton & Hutchinson, (J. W. Hutchinson,) 

shirt factory and gents' furnishing goods, 

127 n Eutaw 
Dutton John W. carpenter, 325 e Pratt 
Dutton John, lime iusp'r, 46 e Baltimore 
Dutton John R. furniture, 381 n Gay 
Dutton Mrs. Mary A. 325 e Pratt 
Dutton Capt. Nathan, 17 n Broadway 
Dutton Wm. H. H. clerk, 325 e Pratt 
Duval Peter, stonecutter, 363 n Howard, dw 

80 w HoflFman 
Duvall A. Leslie, civil engineer, 7 Penn 
Duvall Alfred, civil engineer, 7 Penn 
Duvall A. S. clerk, 341 w Baltimore 
Duvall Algie, clerk, 42 s Eutaw 
Duvall Mrs. Ann E. boarding, 27 n Calvert 
Duvall Benj. blacksmith, 33 s Calhoun 
Duvall Cbas. ass't flour insp. 34 s Sharp 
Duvall C. B. gen'l agt. 163 w Lombard 
Duvall Mrs. Celestia A. 154 MuUikin 
Duvall Chas. (Moorhead & D.) 181 Franklin 
Duvall Mrs. E. R. 197 n Howard 
Duvall E. B. (D. & Gallagher, ) 163 w Lombard 
Duvall E. B. jr. clerk, 169 e Eager 
DUVALL & GALLAGHER, (E. B. D., C. R. 

Gallagher,) gen'l ag'ts Penna. Mutual Life 

Insur. Co. and insur. brokers, 59 Second 
Duvall Fred'k, engineer, 186 Lee 
Duvall George W. clerk, 183 German 
Duvall George W. shoemaker, 108 Hillen 
Duvall George W. clerk, 177 Chesnut 
Duvall Georgie A. teacher, 27 n Calvert 
Duvall Henry, (D. & Iglehart,) 26 Hollins 
Duvall Henry C. clerk, 73 s Sharp 
Duvall Henry C. conductor, 215 Barre 
Duvall H. R. clerk, 197 n Howard 
DUVALL & IGLEHART, (H. D., G. L. Igle- 
hart, ) com. merch's, 128 Light-st. whf 
Duvall Jacob R. grocery, 398 Franklin 
Duvall John H carpenter, 80 Boyd 
Duvall John, blacksmith, 125 Franklin 



Duvall John R. clerk, 197 n Howard 
Duvall James K. patternmaker, 47 e Eager 
Duvall James T. bookbinder, 17 Barnet 
Duvall John R. clerk, 197 n Howard 
Duvall John, carter, 76 n Ann 
Duvall John M. clerk, 247 n Howard 
Duvall Mrs. Louis, laundress, 14 Wyeth 
Duvall Mary, 247 n Howard 
Duvall Mary A. boarding, 86 Camden 
Duvall Nicholas C. wheelwright, 132 Lee 
Duvall Luther, plowmaker, 132 Lee 
Duvall Richard, sr. cooper, 113 n Pine 
Duvall Dr. Mareen M. 354 w Lombard 
Duvall Richard T. paper hanger, 113 n Pine 
Duvall Ridgely, bookkeeper, Chase nr Decker 
Duvall Robert E. asst. flour insp'r,274 w Pratt, 

dw Harford co 
Duvall S. Turner, clerk, 26 Hollins 
Duvall Thomas, painter, 75 n Caroline 
Duvall Thomas J. ladies shoemaker, 75 n Car- 
oline 
Duvall Trueman, (N. R. Darby & Co.) Three 

Tuns hotel 
Duvall Wm. clerk, 77 n Eutaw 
Duvall Wm. H. clerk, 247 n Howard 
Duvall Wm. clerk, 96 Saratoga 
Duvall Wm. B. (Dinsmore & Kyle,) 233 St. 

Paul 
Duvall Wm. C. bookkeeper, 77 n Eutaw 
DUVE JULIUS J. ins. agent, 230 e Fayette 
Dwen Mrs. Sophia C. 88 a Calvert 
Dwinelle Dr. James E. 117 s Broadway 
Dwyer Capt. Franklin, mariner, 123 Preston 
Dwyer John, basket maker, 97 n Eutaw 
Dwyer Michael, laborer, 99 n Central av 
Dwyer Michael, (D. &Quillin,) 99 n Central av 
Dwyer Mrs. Margaret, tailoress, 231 e Madison 
Dwyer Patrick, porter, 22 Ramsay 
Dwyer Peter, potter, 30 n Oregon 
Dwyer Peter, blacksmith. 111 w Fayette 
Dwyer & Quillin, (M. D., J. Quillin,) black- 
smiths, 55 n High 
Dwyer Timothy, laborer, 112 Scott 
Dwyer Wm. blacksmith, 30 n Oregon 
Dyer Benj. clerk, 367 w Fayette 
DYER, HENDERSON & CO. (J. and T. Baker 
Dyer, J. T. Henderson,) com. merch'ts, over 
6 Camden 
Dyer Jacob S. machinist, 2 Ramsay 
Dyer Jere. (D., Henderson & Co.) 96 Park 
Dyer John J. clerk, 23 n Liberty 
Dyer Leo, shoemaker, 37 Centre Market sp 
Dyer Levi R. machinist, 2 Ramsay 
Dyer Thos. J. shoemaker, 60 Camden 
Dyer T. Baker, (D., Henderson & Co.) 192 n 

Calvert 
Dyer Walter ^ Son, (Walter and W. J. L. 
Dyer, ) grocers, s w cor Lexington and Paca 
Dyer Walter J. L. (Walter D.& Son,) Balto co 
Dyer Walter, (Walter D. & Son,) Balto co 
Dyott Mrs Ann, 255 n Eden 
Dyott James, plasterer, 222 n Central av 
Dyott John C. car builder, 17 Mott 
Dysart Moses A. collector, 150 Aisquith 
Dyson Elias T. carpenter, 406 w Fayette 

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Eachus Edwin, dry goods, s w cor Pratt and 

Hanover, dw Penna av nr Northern av 
Eachus Mrs. Jane, Penna av nr Northern av 
Eagan Mrs. Ann, 235 s Eutaw 



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Eagan James, laborer, 12 n Poppleton 
Eagen Francis, 6 Albemarle 
Eager James, paper hanger, Durham nr Fay- 
ette 
Eagle Hotel, 132 Hillen, \V. H. Kelley, prop. 
Eagleston Abram,wood, cor Wall and Dugan's 

wharf, dw "FTl w Baltimore 
Eagleston Mrs. C. millinery, 771 w Baltimore 
Eagleston Charles, bacon, n e cor Orleans and 

Castle 
Eagleston Ephraim, puddler, Gist nr Canton av 
Eagleston John, grocery, 235 Columbia 
Eaiken W. A. com. merchant, 141 Mulberry 
Ealey Wm. H. ship carpenter, 118 Bank 
Eames Henry E. foreman, 31s Howard 
Eames Wm. A. manufacturers' supplies and 

leather, 25 Light, dw 123 s Paca 
Eareck Henry, organ grinder, 193 Eastern av 

THE OLD EST ABLISHED FISH HOUSE. 

EAEECKSON C. F. (Successor to 
F. F. Pope,) General Commission 
Merchant and wholesale dealer in 
Mackerel, Herring, Cod Fish, 
Hake, and Salt Fish of all kinds, 
No. 85 South St. dw 288 n Eden. 
Orders thankfully received 

Eareckson Dr. Edwin, 5 n Front 
Eareckson George, clerk, 158 e Monument 
Eareckson Mrs. Henrietta, 158 e. Monument 
EARECKSON V. 0. lumber merchant, West 

Falls av, dw 207 e Pratt 
Earhart Geo. W. jr. conductor, 23 Pennaav 
Earhart Geo. W. propy. agent, 242 Penna av 
Earhart Jacob B. porter, 269 w Biddle 
Earhart John, paper carrier, Bel air av near 

Baltimore cemetery 
Earl John, 86 n Ploward 
Earley Rosanna, hair picker, 10 Dover ex. 
Earlougher Jas. P. bar keeper, 113 Aisquith 
Earlougher John M. clerk. 113 Aisquith 
Early Bernard J. tailor, 95 n Front 
Early Eugene A. attorney, 32 St. Paul, dw $5 

n Front 
Early John D. jr. paying teller Commercial 
and Farmers' Nat'l Bank, Eutaw pi near 
Townsend 
Early Rev. John, s e cor Calvert and Madison 
Early Thomas, wheelwright, 53 e Madison 
Early Wm. watchman, 84^ Centre Market sp 
Earnest Ann, 186 n Calvert 
Earnest Henry, tobacconist, 37 s Caroline 
Earp Mrs. Elizabeth, nurse, 48 n Greene 
Earp James, puddler, 321 e Baltimore 
Earp John, shoemaker, 149 Druid Hill av 
Easley John T. ship carpenter, 304 Eastern av 
Easley Thomas, boat builder, 183 s Ann 
Easley Wm. H. ship carpenter, 169 s Ann 
East Jacob, carpenter, 134 n Spring 
East John, laborer, 5 Kaufman ul 
East Louis, provisions, 223j Light 
Easter August, driver, 2 Frederick road 
Easter Charles E. (H. E. ^ Sons,) Balto co 
EASTER HAMILTON & SONS, (H. and C. 
E. Easter, Chas. E. Waters,) imports, job- 
bers and retailers of dry goods, 199, 201 and 
203 w Baltimore 



Easter Hamilton, (H.E. & Sons, ) Liberty road, 

Balto CO 
Easter James W. salesman, 307 Lexington 
Easter John, jr, 266 n Howard 
Easter Dr. John, dentist, 125 n Eutaw 
Easter John, laborer, 111 West 
Easter Joseph, carter, 81 McHenry 
Easter Peter, brickmaker, 408 s Charles 
Eastern Dispensary, n e cor Baltimore and Cen- 
tral av 
Eastern Police Station, s e cor Bank and 

Bethel 
Eastman Henry W. (E. & Rogers, )67 Columbia 
EASTMAN & ROGERS (H. W. E., Wm. F. 

Rogers) furniture, 49 Hanover 
EASTMAN DR. LEWIS M., 349 Lexington 
Easton Elizabeth, 113 n Exeter 
EASTON & McMAHON, (J. T. E., J. Mc- 
Mahon, ) shipping and com. merch's, over 
45 w Pratt 
Easton Jas. carriage trim'r, 136 Druid Hill av 
Easton Lewis, mariner, 263 s Dallas 
Easton Mrs. Margaret, dressmaker, 18 s Carey 
Easton Robert, mariner, 216 s Durham 
Easton Stanley, 113 n Exeter 
Easton Wm. 113n Exeter, 
Eastwick Edward P. sup't Md. sugar refinery, 

O'Donnell's whf, dw 20 n Eutaw 
Eastwood George H, sailmaker, 30 n Caroline 
Eaton Albert, mariner, 173 s Wolfe 
EATON BROTHERS & CO. (G. N. and H. C. 
Eaton, )dry goods com. merch'ts, 13 s Charles 
Eaton Catherine, 103 Vine 
Eaton Charles J. M. 52 Mt Vernon place 
Eaton D. Cady, vice pres't Calvert iron works, 

100 w Monument 
Eaton George N. (E. Bros. & Co.) 80 Franklin 
Eaton Hooper C. (E. Bros, k Co.) 92 Park 
Eaton Isham, laborer, 127 William 
Eaton John T. boilermaker, 97 Hamburg 
Eaton Mary, dressmaker, 4 s Carey 
Eaton P. T. 112 w Fayette 
Eaton Robinson, driver, 102 s Chester 
Eaton William H. officer at penitentiary, dw 

Harford av ext 
Eaton Wm. H. salesman, 35 n Eden 
Eaton Wm. H. shoemaker, 327 Aisquith 
Eaud Jacob, shoemak.,s w cor Ensor and Chew 
Eaversou Mrs. Cordelia, 166 Harford av 
Ebaugh Andrew C. huckster, 661 Penna av 
Ebaugh David F. ladies' shoes, 196 n Eutaw 
Ebaugh Francis A. clerk, 22 Druid Hill av 
Ebaugh Guly E. dressmaker, 22 Druid Hill av 
Ebaugh Henry, bricklayer, 661 Penna av 
Ebaugh H. watchmaker, HI n Gay 
Ebaugh Henry H. cigarmaker,554 w Baltimore 
Ebaugh Jacob, huckster, 601 Penna av 
Ebaugh Wm. laborer, 661 Penna av 
Ebaugh Wm. H. carpenter, Woodbury 
Ebljeghauser Adam J. cab't maker, 96 s Castle 
Ebbeghauser August, foreman, 102 s Broadway 
Ebbeghauser Mrs.Mina, tobacco, 102 s Broadway 
Ebbeghauser Henry, tobacco, 256 Canton av 
Ebberts George H. laborer, Fulton betw. Pratt 

and Dover 
Ebberts Lemuel, cigarmaker, 20 s Republican 
Ebberts Sylvester, laborer, 54 s Republican 
Ebberts Wm. H. machinist, 43 s Calhoun 
Ebel Conrad, carter, 162 s Regester 
Ebel & Co. (J. E., C. Broessel) tailors, 677 w 

Baltimore 
Ebel Jacob, (E. & Co.) 677 w Baltimore 



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A(5ENTS FOR 

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Ebeler Ernest H. cutter, 68 Mulberry 
Ebeler John H. marker, 244 s Sharp 
Ebeler Mrs. Mary, 161 s Regester 
Ebeling A. laborer, 10 w Lombard 
Ebenezer M. E. Church, Montgomery, betw 

Hanover and Charles 
Ebensheim Henry, barber, 16 s Eutaw 
Eberhart Charles, engineer, 90 Henrietta 
Eberhart Edward M., clerk, 92 s Howard 
Eberhart George, wheelwright, 1 38 e Lombard 
Eberhart Henry, 134 McHenry 
Eberhart Henry, sr.,brickmdker, 134 McHenry 
Eberhart Martin, tobacconist, 92 s Howard 
Eberhart Mrs. Mary J. dressmaker, 158 L Greene 
Eberhart Samuel, tinner, 225 s Sharp 
Eberhart Wm. bagg. agt. 92 s Howard 
Eberher Christopher, laborer, 196 Canton av 
Eberle Joseph, stoves and tinware, 123 n Front 
Eberle Jos'h E.D.currier,Point lanrHarfordav 
Eberlein Anton, cigarmaker, 59 President 
Eberlein Michael, sawyer, 55 Mulberry 
Eberline Conrad, laborer, 12 Broadway ct 
Eberline John, laborer, 227 s Ann 
Ebert Andreas, drayman, 2T2 n Central av 
Ebert Charles, laborer, Stockholm nr Eutaw 
Ebert Fred'k, laborer, 30 Cross 
Ebert Fred'k, tailor, 268 s Sharp 
Ebert Fred'k, brushmaker, Forrest nr Low 
EBERT, GRAVES & CO. (0. A. E., Wm. B. 
Graves) flour, grain and produce, 11 and 18 
Patterson 
Ebert John, shoemaker, 116 Raborg 
Ebert John C. pianomaker, 54 Leadenhall 
Ebert Joseph, musician, 39 n Central av 
Ebert Mrs. Louisa, confectionery, 30 Cross 
Ebert Martin, knife grinder, 3 Park 
Ebert Mrs. Mary, 35 Lancaster 
Ebert 0. A. (E., Graves & Co.) 62 w Centre 
Ebert Peter, tailor, Bethel nr Monument 
Ebert Raymond, butcher, 34 Hanover market, 

dw Frederick road 
Ebert Wm. F. glassblower, Stockholm nr Eutaw 
Eberwein Wm. F. locksmith, 336 n Gay 
Eble Conrad, shoemaker, 70 n Caroline 
Ebler Chas. wheelwright, 235 Forrest 
Eblien Michael, porter, 63 s Eu^aw 
Ebner Mrs. Louisa, shoefindings, 196 Hollins 
Ebner Martin, shoemaker, 196 Hollins 
Ebranz Samuel, larger beer, 259 n Central av 
Ebsworth Daniel, carpenter, 363 e Lombard 
Eccleston George, carpenter, 193 n Eden 
Eccleston James, shoemaker, 193 n Eden 
Eccleston Rob' t E .blacks' h, 256 Greenmount av 
Eccleston Rob't E. horseshoer, corMcKim and 

Neighbor, dw 197 n Eden 
Eccleston Wm. W. coach painter, 193 n Eden. 
Echbach Henry, hostler, 869 w Pratt 
Echeverria Pedro, corresp. clerk, 86 n Charles 
Eck August, tailor, 107 Jefferson 
Eck Charles, laborer, 107 Jefferson 
Eck Fred'k, butcher, 503 e Baltimore 



ECK FREDERICK, lager beer, 10 n Frederick 
Eck Henry, turner, 81 n Bond 
Eck Henry, tobacconist, 195 Eastern av 
Eck John G. porter, 150 n Gay 
Eck John, laborer, 182 s Chapel 
Eckel Adam, tailor, 47 Abbott 
Eckel Conrad, baker, 275 Eastern av 
Eckel Henry, shoemaker, 13 s Central av 
Eckel Joseph, shoemaker, 325 n Central av 
Eckel Joseph, tailor, 11 n Wolfe 
Eckelmann Herman H.cigarmak. lOwLombard 
Eckelmann Herman S. grocer, 45 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
Eckelmann Mrs. Sophia, beer, 10 w Lombard 
Eckels Louis, carter, 90 Eastern av 
Eckels Wm. A. carpenter, 20 Ogston 
Ecken August, laborer, 47 Penn 
Ecken Wm. cooper, 47 Penn 
Eckenbach Henry, butcher, 332 Penna av 
Eckerdt Wm. upholsterer, 260 s Sharp 
Eckert Andrew, wagoner, Gist nr Canton av 
Eckert Charles C. paver, 3 McDermott ct 
Eckert Conrad, laborer, 18 Bevan 
Eckert George W. upholsterer, 246 Mulberry 
Eckert Henry, 35 China 

Eckert Jno. bricklayer, Wagon al nr Poppleton 
Eckert John, laborer, 246 s Howard 
Eckert John, laborer, 99 Jackson square ar 
Eckert John C. engineer, 154 Peirce 
Eckert Louis, pocket-book maker, 56 s Howard 
Eckert Jlrs. Mary, grocery, 246 s Howard 
Eckert Martin, laborer, 272 Aliceanna 
Eckert Martin, laborer, 11 Baker ct 
Eckert P. laborer, 25 Neighbor 
Eckert Mrs. Teresa Ann,furniture wagons, 119 

n Paca 
Eckert Theodore, grocery, 241 n Howard 
Eckert Vincent C. S. (Eckert' s hotel) 112 w 

Baltimore, dw 315 e Eager 
Eckert Wm. cooper, 5 Calverton road 
Eckes John, wagoner, 69 Eastern av 
Eckhardt Adam, laborer, 82 s Central av 
Eckhardt Andrew, laborer, 6 s Gist ext 
Eckhardt Caroline, millinery, 33 Brown 
Eckhardt Casper, cabinetmaker, 78 s Regester 
Eckhardt Charles, stonemason, 274 Hamburg 
Eckhardt Lieut. Chas. G., U. S. A., Fort Mc- 
Henry 
Eckhardt Conrad L. paperhanger, 5 n High 
Eckhardt Gotleib, cooper, Frederick road nr 

Smallwood 
Eckhardt Henry, cooper, 470 Saratoga 
Eckhardt Henry, boilermaker, 135 Hamburg 
Eckhardt Henry, shoemaker, 140 e Pratt 
Eckhardt J. & Co. (J. E., H. Liesegang) 

liquors, 130 Barre 
Eckhardt Jacob, (J. E. ^ Co.) 130 Barre 
Eckhardt John, cooper, 199 Vine 
Eckhardt John, laborer, 49 n Spring 
Eckhardt & Klein, (Louis E., Theodore Klein) 
carvers and gilders, over n w cor Gay and 
Fayette 
Eckljardt Louis, (E. ^ Klein) 26 Albemarle 
Eckhardt Louis, sr. shoemaker, 33 Brown 
Eckhardt Wm. upholsterer, 260 s Sharp 
Eckhart Adam, carter, 249 e Monument 
Eckhart Charles, shipcarpenter, 16 Abey al 
Eckhart Wm. sr. laborer, 16 Abey al 
Eckhart Wm. jr. laborer, 16 Abey al 
Eckler Charles, salesman, 464 Harford av 
Ecklofstein John, shoemaker, 49 Bank 
Eckman Geo. T. drayman, 56 Frederick av 



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Eckstine George, paver, 514 Pecna av 
Eckstine Geo. J. porter, 514 Penna av 
Eckstine Geo. carpenter, 61 Harrison 
Eckstine Joha, carpenter, 182 Peirce 
Eckstine Wm. car driver, 39 Preston 
Eckstine Wm. huckster, 8 Shad al 
Eeksturm Chdstian, boxmaker, 233 Hughes 
Ecksturm Henry, stovemoulder, 168 s Wash- 
ington 
Eddius E. W. messenger Adams express, 124 

•w Fayette 
Edel August, blacksmith, 37 Lemmon 
Edel Henrv, tailor, 36 Somerset 
Edel Joseph, tailor, 368 e Eager 
Edel Josiah, (J. E. & Son) 257 Harford av 
Edel Josiah ^- Son, (J. andS. T. Edel) butter, 

&c. 2.') 7 Harford av 
Edel Philip, tailor, 269 n Eden 
Edel Saml. T. (J. E. & Son)257 Harford av 
Edeler Chas. H. clerk, 80 Penna av 
Edeler Edward, harnessmaker, 142 Forrest 
Edeler Ernest W. harnessmaker, 346 w Pratt 
Edeler Geo. saddler, 350 w Pratt, dw 80 Penna 

avenue 
Edelin Leonard C. clerk, 45 s Ann 
Edelman August, shoemaker, 13 Park 
Edelman Jacob, carter, 167 s Eden 
Edelman Philip M. 872 w Baltimore 
Edelman Valentine, laborer, over 80 Centre 

Market sp 
Edelmann Valentine, boxmaker, s e cor Water 

and Grant, dw 288 s Charles 
Eden James, (Fitzimins & E.) 56 Lancaster 
Eden John W. butcher, 38 s Mount 
Eden Mark, cheese, 149 Aisquith 
Eden Mary A. confectionery, 56 Lancaster 
Eden Richard, papercarrier, 219 e Monument 
Eder Chas. butcher, 1 Elizabeth la 
Eder Francis J. peddler, 170 s Durham. 
Eder John M. cabinetmaker, 198 s Durham 
Eder Lawrence, porter, 14 Anthony 
Eder Macarius, laborer, 116 s Chapel 
Eder Mrs. Margaret, 48 Chew 
Edes Mrs. Mary A. 173 Linden av 
Edgar George H. (Tall & E.) 76 e Pratt 
Edgar John M. attorney, s e cor Charles and 

Pleasant ' 

Edgar Capt. Thos. provisions, cor Exeter and 

Bank, dw 54 s Exeter 
Edger. Thomas, shoemaker, 147 e Monument 
Edgerton Mrs. Elizabeth, 168 Preston 
Edgerton Thomas, shipcarpenter, 122 s Wolfe 
Edkins Mrs. Frances, 52 Philpot 
Edkins Joseph, (Leach <fe E.) 265 Saratoga 
Edling John, pianomaker, 441 w Fayette 
Edlinger Fred'k, clerk, 49 Albemarle 
Edmeades Wm. T. (Thompson & E.) Balto. co 
Edmond Mrs. Sarah, dressmaker,79 n Howard 
Edmonds J- Bro. (Saml. andWm. E. Edmonds) 

grocers, n w cor Pearl and Lexington 
Edmonds Samuel, (E. & Bro.) 70 n Carey 
Edmonds Wm. E. (E. & Bro.) 394 Lexington 
Edmondson Albert N. P.sailmaker,83 William 
Edmondson Mrs. Ellen, 83 William 
Edmondson Capt. Jas. 162 s Charles 
Edmondson Capt. Jas. 83 William 
Edmondson J. A. & Son, (J. A. and W. W. 

Edmondson) grocers and com. merch'ts, 29 

Cheapside 
Edmondson Jos. A. (J. A. E. & Son) Charles 

8t av ext 
Edmondson Mrs. Maria E. 91 Saratoga 



Edmondson Owings, carpenter, 4 n Strieker 
Edmondson Saml. B. mail agent, 186 s Paca 
Edmondson Capt. Samuel P. mariner, 162 s 

Charles 
Edmondson T. Gordon, clerk, Charles-st avext 
Edmondson W. Winder, (J. A. E.&Son )56 Barre 
Edmonn George, tailor, 226 Henrietta 
Edmunds James R. bookkeeper. Farmers and 

Merch'ts Nat. Bank, 87 n Charles 
Edsrich John, laborer, 223 s Dallas 
Edwards Annie, tavern, cor Baltimore and 

Calverton road 
Edwards Mrs. Amanda, 203 e Monument 
Edwards August, cakes, 106 McElderry 
Edwards Benj. laborer, Orleans, betw Castle 

and Chester 
Edwards B. F. engineer, 549 e Fayette 
Edwards & Capron, Rogers' roofing, 11 n Sharp 
Edwards Chas. F. harnessmaker, 102 Pearl 
Edwards David, laborer and tavern, 48 Towson 
Edwards Edward G. clerk, 139 Conway 
Edwards Edward, laborer, 115 Peach al' 
Edwards Eli, barber, 15 Elliott,dw 133 Hudson 
Edwards Mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, 12 Clinton 
Edwards Mrs. Elizabeth, 170 Gough 
Edwards Emory A. engineer U. S. N. 50 Stiles 
Edwards Emory G. clerk, 139 Conway 
Edwards Frank A. clerk, 296 w Fayette 
Edwards Fred'k W. photographer, 50 Stiles 
Edwards George, clerk, 203 e Monument 
Edwards Capt. Hiram, mariner, 32 Henrietta 
Edwards Jas. B. (E., Lee & Co.)427 w Fayette 
Edwards JaneF. 50 Stiles 
Edwards John R. bookbinder, over 5J North, 

dw 201 Mulberry 
Edwards John T. caulker, 113 Hill 
Edwards Leroy, 173 HoUins 
Edwards Mrs. Nancy, 2 Plowman 
EDWARDS R. Jr. & CO. (J. A. Dobson,) 

agts Eastern and Western glass manufe. over 

24 s Charles 
Edwards Rich'd H. cigar insp'r,44 n Broadway 
Edwards Richard, huckster, 14 Williamson al 
Edwards Robert, law student, 296 w Fayette 
Edwards S. R. clerk, Winan's dist'y, ft Light 
Edwards Samuel H. huckster, 29 s Front 
Edwards Thomas, carpenter, 22 n Wolfe 
Edwards Thomas B. clerk, 51 Oxford 
Edwards Thomas H. carpenter, 9 Scott 
Edwards Thomas J. teacher, Jefferson near 

Broadway 
Edwards Wm. baker, 207 Orleans 
Edwards Wm. boilermaker, 134 Linden av 
Edwards Wm. carpenter, 10 Grove al 
Edwards Wm. H. painter, 112 e Fayette 
Edwards Wm. M. teller National Mechanics' 

Bank, dw 63 Barre 
Edwards Rev. Wm. B., 296 w Fayette 
Edwards Rev. Wm. S., 99 Mulberry 
Eels S. D. salesman. Mansion house 
Efif Hubbard, lager beei-, 114 e Monument 
Efferman Herman, laborer, 138 Hollins 
Efling Ella, huckstress, 121 Low 
Effing Henry, tailor, 3 Elizabeth la 
Kffinger John, grocery, 107 Low 
ElUcin Mrs. Catherine, 43 Johnson 
^gan Andrew, teacher, 88 Saratoga 
Egan Mrs. Catherine, 134 Penna av 
I']gan Edward B. police, 4 Albemarle 
Egan Fugene, sawyer, 7 Hall al 
Egan John, laborer, 8 Armistead la 
Egan Kate, grocery, 20 Liberty al 



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Egan Mrs. Lavinia, china, &c. 41 n Eutaw 
Egan Mrs. Margaret, 97 Chats worth 
Egan Martin, laborer, 20 Liberty al 
Egan Timothy, stone dresser, 76 Albemarle 
Egan Wm. J. salesman, 134 Penna av 
Egan Wm. J. salesman, 41 n Eutaw 
Egar George, clerk, 32 n Front 
Egenberger Philip, carpenter, 20 Etting 
Egerton A. Dubois, (A. D. E. & Co.) 230 n 

Howard 
Egerton A. D. & Co. (A.Dubois and C. C. 

Egerton.) produce com. merch'ts, 174 w Pratt 
Egerton Calvert, 287 e Baltimore 
Egerton Charles C. (A. D. E. & Co.) York rd 

nr city limits. 
Egerton James C. clerk, 77 n Liberty 
Egerton John B (A.Emory & Co.) 143 St. Paul 
Egerton Sam'lE.(S. E. E. & Co.)42 Courtland 
Egerton S. E. & Co. (S. E. E.,W. M. Powell,) 

groceries, liquors, &c., 37 Cheapside 
Egerton Sophia R., 230 n Howard . 
Egerton Thomas, police, Eastern av nr Wolfe 
Egerton Wm. A. (Muir & E.) 25 Pleasant 
Eggars Harman, barkeeper, Baltimore nr Cal- 

verton road 
Egger Henry, cigarmaker, 23 St. Mary 
Eggeling Henry,, boxmaker, 43 Perry 
Eggers Glaus, varnisher, 135 Saratoga 
Eggers Henry A. shoemaker, 75 Camden 
Eggleston Benj., U. S. storek'r, 97 w Fayette 
Eggleston Chas. E. carpenter, 133 e Monument 
Eggleston Chas. S. barkeeper, 212 Mulberry 
Eggleston Edwin C, plumber and gas fitter, 

121 n High 
Eggleston Mrs. E. G. housek'r Maltby house 
Eggleston Edward J. carpenter, 212 Mulberry 
Eggleston Jos. W. carpenter, 44 Peirce, dw 

212 Mulberry 
Eggling George W. moulder, 532 w Pratt 
Egner Charles, drayman, 2 n Liberty 
Egner John, laborer, 4 Webster al 
Egner Lewis, butcher, 91 Lexington market, 

dw 10 Calverton road 
Ehberlinck August, laborer, 10 w Lombard 
Ehlen George W., 185 Saratoga 
Ehlen Henry W., (Foltz & E.J 5 Lovely la 
Ehlen John H. clerk, 320 Lexington 
Ehlen John F. coal, 42 South, dw 320 Lex- 
ington 
Ehlen Mrs. Mary A. 137 n Paca 
Ehlen Thomas A. expressman, 137 n Paca 
Ehlen Wm. M. K. clerk N.C.R.,320 Lexington 
Ehlend Albert turner, 152 East 
Ehlers Aaron, confectioner, 177 e Monument 
Ehlers Henry, grocery, 60 McElderry 
Ehlers John D. wood engraver, over 117 w 

Baltimore, dw 56 Chew 
Ehlers Lewis, groceries and feed, 378 Light 
Ehlert George, painter, 181 Peirce 
Ehlies Henry, jr. police, 193 s Paca 
Ehlies Wm.' Henry, 193 s Paca 



Ehm Joseph, shoemaker, 43 Low 

Ehmann Gottfried, butcher, 21 Belair market, 

dw Monument nr Castle 
Ehren Andrew, fancy goods, 831 w Baltimore 
Ehrhard Albert, teacher, 227 Saratoga 
Ehrhardt Fred'k, litho. printer, 252 s Eutaw 
Ehrhardt Mrs. Margaret, 252 s Eutaw 
Ehring Adolph, laborer, 83 s Bethel 
Ehrlein Nicholas, boilermaker, 136 Mullikin 
Ehrlich Alexander, peddler, 51 Holland 
Ehrlich Jacob, furniture, 94 Hillen 
EHRMAN & BERSCH, (John E., Christian 

Bersch,) steam planing, flooring, door, sash 

and scroll sawing, 210 s Howard and s w 

cor Howard and Henrietta 
Ehrman & Bro. (L. and F. Ehrman, ) grocers, 

coal and wood, 298 s Caroline and 282 s 

Broadwaj^ 
Ehrman Chas. H. express agt, 6 Aisquith 
Ehrman Edward P. clerk, 6 Aisquith 
Ehrman Fred'k, (E. & Bro.) 93 Gough 
EHRMAN GEO. M. produce com. merch't, 47 

s Howard, dw 22 s Greene 
Ehrman George, cigarmaker, 267 s Wolfe 
Ehrman George, laborer, over 23 Balderston 
Ehrman George, grocery, 338 s Caroline 
Ehrman Jacob, carpenter, 22 s Greene 
Ehrman John, clerk, 90 Block 
Ehrman John, (E. & Bersch,) 217 w Biddle 
Ehrman Lewis, (E. & Bro.) cor Nicholson and 

Towson 
Ehrman Mrs. Margaret, 316 s Dallas 
Ehrman Wm. dry goods, 166 Franklin 
Ehrmer Gottleib,' laborer, 48 President 
Eibert Simon, tailor, 273 Canton av 
Eiceman Albert, wheelwright, 450 Mulberry 
Eichelberger Albert G. clerk, 177 Mulberry 
Eichelberger Charles A. painter, 451 Franklin 
Eichelberger Charles A. painter, 286 Mulberry 
Eichelberger Chas. W. painter, 96 n Fremont 
Eichelberger Edwd. apothecary, 97 J Lexington 
Eichelberger Emanuel W. lumber, 99 s Paca 
Eichelberger Francis, painter, 57 Greenwillow 
Eichelberger George N. clerk, n e cor North 

and Eager 
Eichelberger John M. painter, 451 Franklin 
Eichelberger John S. clerk, n e cor North and 

Eager 
EichelbergBr Dr. Lewis S. 506 w Fayette 
Eichelberger Mrs. Maria, n e cor North and 

Eager 
Eichelberger Otho W. liquors, 1 s Howard, dw 

41 n Calvert 
Eichelberger Samuel E. (C. Andrew & Co.) 52 

Spring row 
Eichelberger Wm. salesman, 378 Franklin 
Eichelberger W^m. H. deputy collector, 188 

Franklin 
Eichelholtz F. soap cutter, 40 Liberty al 
Eichenauer Christian, shoemaker, 24 Bevan 
Eichengreen Henry, tailor, 130 e Baltimore 
Eichenbrandt Elizabeth, 10 Hammond al 
Eichenbrandt Henrietta, 10 Hammond al 
Eichenbrodt John, carpenter, 83 Cambridge 
Eichengreen Isaac, 81 n High 
Eichengreen M. & Co. (M. E., Isaac Whitehill, ) 

whols. clothiers, over 340 w Baltimore 
Eichengreen Moses, (M. E. & Co.) 26 n Fred- 
erick 
Eichengreen Wm. salesman, 26 n Frederick 
Eichhorn Diedrich, lager beer, 128 Gough 
Eichhorn Henry, 90 s Bethel 



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Eichhorn Theodore, grocery, cor Watson and 

Exeter 
Eichinger George, liquors, 29 Brown 
Eichinger Henry, tinner, 142 e Pratt 
Eicbler Chas.C.F. (Dulany & E.) 157 German 
Eichler Frederick, driver, 69 s Schroeder 
Eichler Henry, dyer, 52 w Fayette 
Eicbler Henry, teamster, 606 w Pratt 
Eichman J. Chas. (Hopkins & E.) 346 Druid 

Hill av 
Eichman John J. cabinetmaker, 238 Hanover 
Eichner Andrew, cooper, Lemmon, w of Scott, 

dw 188 Lemmon al 
Eichner Jacob, shoemaker. 49 Harrison 
Eichner John, butcher, 58 Lexington and 11 

Hollins-st. markets, dw Frederick road 
Eichner Mrs. Louisa, rear 321 s Bond 
Eichus Christian, laborer, 151 n Eden 
Eickhoff Mrs. Catherine, 32 North 
Eickhoff George, shoemaker, 220 Harford av 
Eickhoff Henry, carpenter, 32 North 
Eickhoff John, fireman, 32 North 
Eickel Henry, tailor, 29 w Lombard 
Eickelman August, blacksmith, 71 Somerset 
Eickelman Joseph, carter, 71 Somerset 
Eidel Frederick, wagoner, 165 e Lombard 
Eidig Frederick, tailor, 1 New Church 
Eidle Gotleib, porter, 20 Sarah Ann 
Eidmann Dan'l, huckster, 600 Pennsylvania av 
Eidmann George, tailor, 250 Montgomery 
Eierman Wm. restaurant, 71 s Charles 
Eilfert John, shoemaker, 76 Grindall 
Eigelberner Emanuel, clerk, 99 s Paca 
Eigelberner Thos. F. (Shorey& E.) 123 s Paca 
Eigenberg Plenry, tailor, 30 e Baltimore 
Eigenbrodt Henry, watchman, 56 s Caroline 
Eigenbrodt Henry, tailor, 36 Low 
Eigenbrot Amelia, saleslady, 314 s Sharp 
Eigenbrot C. C. bartender, 314 s Sharp 
Eigenbrot Christian, lager beer, 314 s Sharp 
Eigenbrot Henry, machinist, 314 s Sharp 
Eigenraug Frederick, harness, 142 Forrest 
Eigner Adam, baker, 4 n High 
Eigner John, tailor, 41 n Dallas 
Eiker Jacob, tailor, 28 Albemarle 
Eilau Abraham, clerk, 113 s Ann 
Eilnu Abraham, laces, millinery and /ancy 

goods, 69J n Howard, dw 24 Aisquith 
Eilau David, 24 Aisquith 
Eilau Wra. grocery, 113 s Ann 
Eiler Henry, cooper, 164 s Bethel 
Eillerman Gustavus, painter, 53 s Liberty 
Eimken Caroline, 244 s Dallas 
Einbrod Charles, confectioner, 105 s Paca 
Einbrod Charles H, clerk, 105 s Paca 
Einger August, currier, 221 Aliceanna 
Einhorn Edward, butcher, 123 Sarah Ann 
Einolf Conrad, shoemaker, 72 Portland 
Einstein Gabriel, cloth cutter, 40 s Caroline 

EINSTEIN SAMUEL, Confection- 
ery ,^ 177 w Pratt, dw 23 Conway 

Einwaechter Adam, flour, 255 s Charles 
Einwaechter Alexander, wheelwr'tand black- 
smith, 118 Eislein 
Einwaechter Geo. blacksmith, 116 Columbia 
Einwaechter John A. blacksmith, 118 Eislein 
Eisel George, butcher, 74 Pennsylvania av 
Eiseman Albert, wheelwright, 450 Mulberry 
Ei.senian Bernard, baker, 147 8 Paca 



Eiseman Bernard, batcher, 85 n Eden 
Eiseman Jacob, salesman, 85 n Eden 
Eiseman John, huckster, 502 Pennsylvania av 
Eiseman Moses, boots and shoes, 104 n Gay 
Eisenbach John, porter, 26 Gist nr Canton av 
Eisenberg E. M. butcher, 40 Douglass 
Eisenberger George, cooper 406 Canton av 
Eisenbrandt Henry R. musical instruments, 78 

w Baltimore, dw 39 s Broadwaj' 
Eisenhardt Anton, coal oil, lamps, &c., 254 

n Gay 
Eisenhardt J.August, cigarmaker,271 Franklin 
Eisenhardt John, tobacconist, 114 n Eutaw, 

dw 25 St. Mary 
Eisenhauer Francis, tailor, 73 Somerset 
Eisfeld Mrs. Caroline, 218 s Bond 
Eisinger Paul, cabinetmaker, 133 s Caroline 
Eisman Mrs. Elizabeth, huckstress, 644 Penn- 
sylvania av 
Eisterman Mrs. Susanna, 329 s Bond 
Eitel Edward, porter, 26 Sarah Ann 
Eitel Jacob, cooper, 26 Leadenhall 
Eitel Mrs. Mary, grocery, 26 Leadenhall 
Eitemuller Christian, laborer, 414 s Charles 
EitemuUer Ferd. drayman, 414 s Sharp 
Eith George, wood agent, 214 s Bethel 
Eitner John, cabinetmaker, 344 Cross 
Eitzel John, gasfitter, 19 n Wolf 
Eizer Michael, shoemaker, 36 Abey al 
Eke Randolph, carpenter, 44 s Chapel 
Ekes Henry, restaurant, 58 Eastern av 
Ekins Prof. Thomas, Loyola College 
Elberth Joseph, turner, 152 East 
Elbring H. R. salesman, cor Calverton and 

Frederick roads 
Elder Mrs. Ann, 6 n Republican 
Elder Benj. machinist, 453 Franklin 
Elder B. S. 57 w Biddle 
Elder Charles M. clerk, 56 e Baltimore 
Elder Mrs. Eliza, 17 Holland 
Elder Francis W. (F. W. E. & Co.) 80 w Mon- 
ument 
Elder F. W.& Co.(FrancisW.E., S. R. Smith, 
R. T. Keys, ) merchandise brokers, s e cor 
Exchange place and Commerce 
Elder Francis, painter, 79 Hillen v 

Elder Geo. W. bricklayer, 79 Hillen 
Elder Henry C. engineer, 6 n Republican 
Elder James A. carpenter, 41 s Carey 
Elder Jeremiah B. shoemaker, 32 Milliman 
Elder John H. engineer, 652 w Pratt 
Elder John T. wheelwright, 51 s Calhoun 
Elder Mrs. Mary Ann, 79 Hillen 
Elder Michael, gardener, 156 Stirling 
Elder Samuel & Co. (Jacob F. Lantz, 0. F. 

Lantz, ) flour merchants, 32 n Howard 
Elder Mrs. Sophia, dressmaker, 166 Linden av 
Elder Zechariah, miller, 53 n Exeter 
Elderkin Mrs. Rachel, huckstress, 158 Ensor 
Elderkin Sarah E. 44 n Gilnior 
Eldridge Geo. clerk, 108 e Pratt 
Eldridge Robert, bakery, 108 e Pratt 
Eldridge Robert E. clerk, 108 e Pratt 
Eldridge Wm. D. baker, 533 n Gay 
Elenbrok Frederick, flour and feed, n e cor 

Frederick av and Calverton road 
Elfring Wm. clerk, 490 Lexington 
Elgert John, porter, 38 Holland 
Elgert John A. lag,!r beer. Eastern avextd 
Elgert John, shoemaker, 37 Bank 
Elgert John, porter, 63 Holland 
Elgirt John W. drayman, 121 s Dallas 



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AGENTS FOR 

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Elhart Adolph, (E., Loweabach & Co.) 130 w 

Fayette 
ELHART, LOWENBACH & CO. (Adolph E., 

J. A. Lowenhacb, Adolph Heller, M. H. 

Heller, Isaac Witz, ) wholes, notions, 331 w 

Baltimore 
Elias John, cooper, 21 Shakspear 
Elias Joseph, furniture, 55 Penna av 
Elias Mrs. Margaret, 74 Beason 
Eliason John A. bricklayer, 159 Hollins 
Eliason John A. bricklayer. Dolphin bet Druid 

Hill av and McCulloh 
Eliason Mrs. Julia, Dolphin bet Druid Hill av 

and McCulloh 
Eliason Wm. laborer, 59 Johnson 
Eliel Solomon, (E. &' Mayer, ) 208 w Pratt 
Eliel & Mayer, (Solomon E., Elias Mayer,) 

■wholes, boot and shoemakers, 208 w Pratt 
Eline Francis, huckster, 173 Wayne 
Elingsworth Wm. police, 222 e Lombard 
Elkins Charles H. carpenter, 160 German 
Ellenberry Geo. blacksmith, 4 Russell 
Ellender Caroline, 312 n Eutaw 
Ellender Charles F. tinner, 204 e Madison 
Ellender Frederick, bricklayer, 15 Orleans 
Ellender Frederick, tinner, 204 e Madison 
Ellender Geo. asst. eng. fire dept. 73 Forrest 
Ellender Mary, 1 1 Orleans 
Ellender Sarah, 11 Orleans 
Ellenhouse Charles, engineer, 83 s Chester 
Ellenberg Henry, tailor, 133 Vine 
Eller J. K. dyer, 95 Lexington 
Ellerbrok August, baker, n w cor Bank and 

Durham 
Ellerbrock Frank M. (N. Guethlein &Co.) 226 

s Broadway 
Ellerkamp Henry, laborer, Pimlico al nr Hen- 
rietta 
Ellerman Henry, laborer, 48 Josephine 
Ellermeyer Charles A. tailor, 14 Ensor 
Ellett Frank M. (Smith, E. & Co.,) Balto. co. 
EUicott C. Lewis, clerk, 3 Spear's wharf 
Ellicott David B. clerk, 3 Spear's wharf 
Ellicott Mrs. Evan T. 174 w Lombard 
Ellicott Edward A. clerk, 80 s Bond 
Ellicott Francis F. clerk, 238 Madison av 
Ellicott H. Wm., Maryland Blast Furnace, s 

side Basin, dw 109 n Charles 
ELLICOTT & HEWES, (J. E. Hewes,) pro- 
duce com. merchts, butter, cheese, &c. 67 

Exchange place 
Ellicott John, architect and civil engineer, 24 

n Charles 
Ellicott James T. laborer, 125 n Bethel 
Ellicott John B. laborer, 125 n Bethel 
Ellicott Mrs. Louisa, 50 w Madison 
Ellicott Lindley, farmer, 3 Spear's wharf 
Ellicott Samuel, 238 Madison av 
Ellicott Mrs. Sarah, 632 w Fayette 
Ellicott Thomas P. (Wm, M. E. & Son,) 3 

Spear's wharf 



ELLICOTT WM. M. & SONS, (Wm. M. and 

Thos. P. Ellicott,) com. merchts, 3 Spear's 

wharf. 
Ellicott Wm. M. (Wm. M. E. & Sons,)3 Spear's 

wharf 
Elligson Julius, tailor, 158 n Caroline 
Ellinger Jacob, cattle, 541 n Gay 
Ellinger John F. restaurant, 3 Water 
Ellinger Sam'l, cor Broadway and Jefferson 
Ellinger Wm. showman, 49 Ensor 
Ellinghausen Herman, boxmaker, 200 s Fremont 
Elliot Abraham, peddler, 351 w Lombard 
Elliot Robert 0. carpenter, 21 Mott 
Elliott & Blacklar, (N. J, E., A. C. Blacklar,) 

flour and feed, 15 and 17 w Pratt 
Elliott Benjamin, laborer, 125 n Bethel 
Elliott Charles, clerk, 138 Saratoga 
Elliott Charles W. brickmaker, 57 Fort av 
Elliott Curtis, engineer, 66 s Poppleton 
Elliott Danl. brickmaker, Clement nr William 
Elliott Edward, notion store, 126 Lexington, 

dw 296 n Howard 
Elliott Edward T. millwright, North nr John 
Elliott Mrs. Elizabeth, 245 Peirce 
Elliott Geo. G. (Meeks & E.) 393 w Lombard 
Elliott Geo. T. carpenter. North nr John 
Elliott George, shoemaker, 108 n Fremont, dw 

366 w Lombard 
Elliott George, carpenter, 171 Aisi=juith 
ELLIOTT HENRY A. & BRO. (Henry A. & 

W. Elliott,) apothecaries and druggists, 2S6 

Lexington 
Elliott Henry A. (H. A. E. & Bro.) 284 Lex- 
ington 
Elliott Herbert, 307 William 
EUioU Irwin, clerk, 152 Canton av 
Elliott Jas. I. (Walker & E.) 326 n Caroline 
Elliott Jas. B. bricklayer, 265 n Central av 
Elliott James H. moulder, 16 Henry 
Elliott & Janney (W. L. E., E. L. Janney,) 

com. merchts, 59 s Gay 
Elliott John A. carpenter, North nr John 
Elliott John carpenter, 234 n Bond 
Elliott John, miller. Cathedral nr Northern av 
Elliott John, laborer, 205 Lemmon al 
Elliott Mrs. Joseph, 19 w Chase 
Elliott Joseph, carpenter, Luzerne, nr Boston 
Elliott Joseph, carpenter, 238 e Madison 
Elliott Joseph, driver, 61 Granby 
Elliott Joseph H., Fountain hotel 
Elliott Jos. P. (F. B.Loney & Co. )36 Mulberry 
Elliott Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 3 Anthony 
Elliott Mrs. Matilda, 219 Battery av 
Elliott N. J. (li. & Blacklar,) 658 Penna av 
Elliott Robert, carpenter, 228 e Monument 
Elliott Richard L. carpenter, 158 n Spring 
Elliott Robert, bricklayer, 224 n Central av 
Elliott Robert 0. police, 21 Mott 
Elliott Mrs .Sarah Ann, tailoress, 71 n Central av 
Elliott Thomas, huckster, 332 Franklin 
Elliott Thomas, clerk, 284 Lexington 
Elliott Thomas, mariner, 147 Johnson 
Elliott Thos. J. butcher, 5 Centreand 55 Fell's 

Point markets, dw 16 nChoptank 
Elliott Thos. E. 362 Eastern av 
Elliott Prof. Wm. jr. Baltimore City College, 

307 n Caroline 
Elliott Wm. H. clerk,' 218 w Baltimore 
Elliott Wm. H. carpenter, 128 Stirling 
Elliott Wm. H. painter, 199 n Bond 
Elliott Wm. H. painter, 10 Laurel 
Elliott Capt. Wm. mariner, 67 Henrietta 



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Elliott Rev. Wm. 30t n Caroline 

Elliott Wm. L. (E. &Jiinney,) 38 Mulberry 

Elliott Wm. "\V. clerk, 658 Penna. av 

Elliott Wm. H. clerk, 7 n E.xeter 

Elliott Wm. (H. A. E. & Bro.) 284 Lexington 

Elliott Wm. II. clerk, 25 Jackson 

Elliott Wm. piano room, 24 n Liberty, dw 284 

Lexington 
Ellis Alex. B. (Louis McMurray & Co.) 335 

Druid Hill av 
Ellis Mrs. Ann, 15 Jefferson 
Ellis Benj. shipcarpenter, 27 Philpot 
Ellis Chas. N. clei'k, 169 w Biddle 
Ellis Christopher, laborer, 17 Chesnut al 
Ellis Edward, laborer, 54 Rock 
Ellis Elizabeth R. 24 Front n of Foundry 
Ellis Emily M. teacher, 169 w Biddle 
Ellis George, carpenter, 387 n Gay 
Ellis Isabella, grocery, 615 Light 
Ellis James, shipcarpenter, 3 s Bond 
Ellis James, drayman, 85 North 
Ellis James, morocco-dresser, 15 Jefferson 
Ellis James, shipcarpenter, 144 s Bond 
Ellis John D. clerk, Ilarnden's Exp. 87 Lee 
Ellis John D. clerk, 251 Hanover 
Ellis John D. clerk, 182 s Eutaw 
Ellis John E. clerk, 31 Conway 
Ellis John T, laborer, 97 Moore al 
Ellis Mrs. Maria, 169 w Biddle 
Ellis Mary, 64 s High 

Ellis Mrs. Mary C. seamstress, 106 Chesnut al 
Ellis Samuel H. clerk, 327 Lexington 



ELLIS & CAIRNS, (Thomas Ellis, 
James Cairus,) Wholesale and Re- 
tail Dealers in Foreign and Do- 
mestic Liquors, and Agents for 
Eobison's Improved Phosphate of 
Lime, 14 s Gay. 

Ellis Thomas, machinist, 27 Philpot 
Ellis Thomas, (E. k Cairns,) 327 Lexington 
Ellis Wm. L. (Wm. L. E. & Co.) 93 s Broad- 
way 
Ellis Wm. L. & Co. (Wm. L. E , F. M.^Ketch- 

um, ) oyster packers, Aliceanna nr Boston 
Ellis Wm. carter, 217 n Bond 
Ellis Wm. fireman, 71 s Schroeder 
Ellison Frank, carpenter, 130 n Front 
Ellison Wm. laborer, 156 Elliott 
Ellsler Henry, baker, 232 n Gay 
Ellsworth Francis, carpenter, 25 Somerset 
Ellsworth John J. lamps, oils, &c. 690 w Bal- 
timore 
Ellwood Frank, carpenter, 25 Somerset 
Ellyson Mrs. Mary, 3 Cuba 
Elm Conrad, laborer, 32 Gist nr Canton av 
Elmer Lewis & Son, (Lewis & Wm. S. Elmer, ) 

vinegar depot, 2 O'Donnell's whf 
Elmer licwis, (Lewis E. & Son,) 174 Hanover 
Elmer Walter F. draftsman, 174 Hanover 
Elmer Wm. S. (Lewis E & Son,) 5 Warrea 
Elmore Carrie, 8 Park 
Elmore Chas. A., 11. II. agent, 390 Franklin 
Elmore James, butcher, 14 s Broadway 
Elmore Vincent, painter, foot of Cross 
Elotfe (Jharlotte, milliner, 87 n Charles 
Elsasser Mrs. Catherine, 321 n Central av 
Elsbree J. R. insurance agt. Mansion house 
Elschleger Fred'k, laborer, 69 Thames 
Elseroad Jesse, iron worker, 58 Pjastern av 



Elseroad John W. engineer, 151 s Fremont 
Elseroad John, iron worker, 58 Eastern av 
Elseroad Lewis N. huckster, 247 Conway 
Elsesser Adam, laborer, 54 Lancaster 
Elsesser Peter, laborer, 54 Lancaster 
Elsessor Henry, lager beer, 128 s Wolfe 
Elsroad Jennie, 34 New Church 
Elsroad Jesse, blacksmith, 8 President, dw 46 

s Exeter 
Elsroad John T. plumber and gasfitter, 628 w 

Baltimore, dw 11 s Republican 
Elsroad Michael, clerk, lis Republican 
Elsey James, bricklayer, 288 Mulberry 
Elton Charles W. cooper, 1 s Ann 
Elton Elizabeth, 1 s Ann 
Elton Wm. H. cooper, 1 s Ann 
Eltonhead Arnold D. watchmaker, 15 Watson 
Eltonhead James H. clerk, 499 w Fayette 
Eltonhead Mary, milliner, 499 w Fayette 
Eltonhead Mrs. Sarah, 499 w Fayette 
Eltonhead Thos. D. laborer, 15 Watson 
Eltonhead Wm. T. salesman, 237 w Baltimore 
Elward Thomas, laborer, 49 Constitution 
Elwood Sebastian, laborer, 68 s Central av 
Elwood Thomas, laborer, 44 Bennett 
Ely Chas. B. furn. wagon, 354 Eastern av 
Ely Chas. W. (Maynard, E. & Rose,) 651 Lex- 
ington 
Ely Mrs. Elizabeth, 52 Milliman 
Ely Geo. D. coppersmith, 71 Granby 
Ely George, painter, Bethel nr Monument 
ELY & GOLIBART, (W. N. E., J. R. Goli- 

bart, ) steam saw mill, Hudson adj." Abbott 

rolling mill 
Ely James, garbage cart, 127 s Chester 
Ely Jesse F. (Deford & Co.) 258 w Fayette 
Ely John J. painter, 71 Granby 
Ely John B. boots and shoes, 170 n Gay 
Ely Joseph, wagon, 324 Eastern av 
Ely John H. bookkeeper, 150 Bolton 
Ely John B. bridge and whf b'lder, 203 e Pratt 
Ely John N. bridge and wharf builder, 143 s 

Broadway 
Ely Mahlon S. 170 n Gay 
Ely Samuel, mariner, 76 s Washington 
Ely Saml. S. shoe dealer, 182 n Gay, dw 170 
Ely Seneca W. editor, 150 Bolton 
Ely Wm. printer, over 280 w Baltimore, dw 

cor HoUiday and Fayette 
Ely Wm. N. (E. & Golibart, ) 185 s Ann 
Ely Wm. F. clerk, 35 e Lombard 
Ely Wm. T. apothecary, s e cor Calvert and 

Saratoga, dw 86 n Calvert 
Ely Wm. printer, 42 n High 
Elzey Arnold J. clerk, 87 n Charles 
Elzey J. C. clerk, 36 Saratoga 
Elzey Letitia, boarding, 36 Saratoga 
Emanuel Church, of the Evangelical Ass'n, cor 

Greene and Cider al 
Emberg George, tailor, 70 Lancaster 
Emden D. J. white goods, embroideries, 94 

Lexington 
Emerich Adam, laborer, 126 St. Peter 
Emerich Conrad, porter, 205 Harford av 
Emerich Conrad, porter, 247 e Chase 
Emerich John, shoemaker, 145 Raborg 
Emerich Louis, wetchmakcr and jeweler, 319 

n Gay 
Emerich Martin, fancy goods, 114 Lexington 
Emerich Philip, second hand clothing, 4 and 

54 Harrison* 
Emerick D L. clerk, 193 w Baltimore 



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AQKNTS FOR 

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Emerick "Wm. H. (Ross & E.) 1 n Strieker 
Emerine George, coachsmith, 139 Forrest 
Emerine John W. huckster, 139 Forrest 
Emerson Chas. H. (Hughes & E.) 93 n Eutaw 
Emerson Edwin, tinner, 495 w Pratt 
Emerson George A. real estate, 36 Lexington, 

dw 117 w Madison 
Emerson Geo. F. clerk, Biddle nr McCulloh 
Emerson .John P. clerk, 8 JetFerson 
Emerson Mrs. Rebecca, 269 Light 
Emerson Wm. L. jr. police, 225 e Madison 
Emery Alexander, watchmaker, 108 Hanover 
Emery & Fetsch, (John B. E., J. T. Fetsch,) 

granite yard, 329 s Eutaw 
Emery John B. (E. & Fetsch,) 70sPaca 
Emery Samuel, 19 Hollins 
Emge Andrew, laborer, 48 s Regester 
Emge Charles D. lithographer, 56 s Castle 
Emge Elizabeth, tailoress, 214 e Eager 
Emge John, blacksmith, 249 n Central av 
Emge Peter, printer, 69 s Regester 
Emge Philip laborer, 131 n Spring 
Emich Andrew, cabinetpiaker, 48 n Schroeder 
Emich Columbus V. (J. H. Perkins & Co.) 136 

n Howard 
Emich Daniel J. clerk, 589 w Baltimore 
Emich John V. salesman, Gilmor 5 doors s of 

Franklin 
Emich Wesley D. bricklayer, 3 s Schroeder 
Emig George M. wagoner, 2 Walker 
Emler Charles, blacksmith, 16 s Oregon 
Emmart Adolphus D. (E. & Quartley, ) cor 

McMechin and Druid Hill av 
Emmart David, blacksmith, 97 n Paca, dw 104 
Emmart Francis, tailor. Bethel nr Monument 
Emmart Henry, conductor, 502 w Lombard 
Emmart Jarrett T. blacksmith, 123 Vine 
Emmart John, carpenter, 331 n Eutaw 
Emmart John M. carpenter, 331 n Eutaw 
Emmart Mrs. Mary A. grocery, 457 e Baltimore 
Emmart P. T. (Marr & E.) 30 n Liberty 
Emmart & Quartley, (A. D. E., A. Quartley,) 

sign and banner painters, over 276 w Balti- 
more 
Emmart Sarah J. seamstress, 104 n Paca 
Emmart Sarah M. boarding, 502 w Lombard 
Emmart Mrs. Sydney, 185 Mulberry 
Emmart Thomas, canmaker, 123 Vine 
Emmart Vernon S. bookkeeper, 104 n Paca 
Emmel Johu, confectioner, 152 s Broadway 
Emmerich Christian, shoemaker, 63 w Fayette, 

dw 657 w Lombard 
Emmerich George W. clerk, 657 w Lombard 
Emmerich Johp, shoemaker, 145 Raborg 
Emmerich Ludwig, peddler, 135 Raborg 
Emmich John, flour, 122 Columbia 
Emmich Mrs. Julia A., 84 n Poppleton 
Emmick Ellen, dressmaker, 428 w Fayette 
Emmons F. H. insurance agent, 4 s HoUiday, 

dw 196 w Lombard 
Emmons Geo. D. engineer U. S. N., 51 s Carey 



Emmons Hermon L. jr. attorney and commis- 
sioner of deeds for all the States, 4 Law 
buildings, dw 51 s Carey 
Emory Ambrose, (Seim & E.) 88j Franklin 
Emorv Mrs. Ann. 242 s Ann 
EMORY ARTHUR & CO. (A. E., J.B.Eger- 

ton, ) wholes, hardware, 347 w Baltimore 
Emory Arthur, (A. E. & Co.) 208 Linden av 
Emory Caleb J. clerk, 161 Harford av 
Emory Mrs. Catherine, 134 Lancaster 
Emory Mrs. Catherine D. 360 w Fayette 
EMORY D. C. H. attorney, 47 St. Paul, dw 
Lutherville 



Maryland aul Virginia Laiii Agency, 

Conrtland Street, near Lexington, 
(dw. 605 W. Fayette,) 

AGENT FOR THE FVRCIIASE AND SALE OF 

Real Estate in City and Country. 

Negotiates Loans, Ground Rents and 

Mortgages. Dwellings Rented. 

Prompt Attention given to Collections. 



Emory Mrs. Elizabeth, 416 w Lombard 
Emory Frank, tinner, 2o3 w Biddle 
Emory Frederick B. tinner, 203 w Biddle 
Emory Henry, laborer, 134 Lancaster 
Emory Henry, constable, 85 Peirce 
Emory John, tailor, 203 w Biddle 
Emory John W. conductor, 492 w Lombard 
Emory Dr. J. K. B. pres. Laurel Cemetery Co. 

18 Courtland, dw 129 Dolphin 
Emory John K. B. jr. com. merch't, 6 Wood, 

dw 21 n Republican 
Emory Joshua, carpenter, 95 Conway 
Emory Mrs. Judith, 65 e Baltimore 
Emory Mrs. Maria, Fremont nr Lanvale 
Emory (M. E.) Church, Penna av nr HoflFman 
Emory Mrs. Monnie C. young ladies' seminary, 

Fremont nr Lanvale 
Emory Susan, 203 w Biddle 
Emory Thomas fl. bookkeeper, 18 Jackson sq 
Emory Wm. H. clerk, 21 n Republican 
Emory Wm. H. com. merch't, 6 Wood, dw 260 

Park av 
Emory Wm. H. jr. clerk, 260 Park av 
Emory Wm. T. shipcarpenter, 242 s Ann 
Emrich Abraham, clothing, 16 Harrison 
Emrich George, barber, Fountain hotel, dw 212 

Barre 
Emrich Henry P. clerk. Mansion house 
Emrich Jno. P. jr. machinist, 196 e Monument 
Emrich Jno. P. (Flynn & E.) 196 e Monument 
Emrich Louis, barkeeper, 181 Lexington 
Emrich Mrs. Margaret, laundress, 6 Etna la 
Emrich Simon, jewelry, 130 n Gay 
Emrich Wm. H. clerk, 196 e Monument 
Ence Mrs. Henrietta, 48 n Poppleton 
Endley Francis, brushmaker, 109 Peach al 
Endres George, hodcarrier, rear 214 Canton av 
Endrea Henry, baker, 259 e Lombard 
Endres Martin, shoemaker, 106 Lancaster 
Eneland Peter, laborer, foot of Light 
Enescrosa Jacob, cigarmaker, Regester betw 

Orleans and JefiFerson 
Eney Benjamin F. shoemaker, 18 s Oregon 



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Eney Joseph R. (Jos. R. E. &Co.) 122 German 
Eney Joseph R. & Co. (Jos. R. Eney,) boots, 

shoes, hats, &c., 60 Hanover 
Eney Jeremiah, grocer^', Calverton Mills 
Eney Jeremiah, blacksmith, 131 Hollins 
Eney John E. plasterer, 18 s Oregon 
Eney Mrs. Julia Ann, 18 s Oregon 
Eney Oliver N. paperhanger, 131 Hollins 
Eney Summerfield, clerk, Calverton Mills 
Eney Thomas R. shoemaker, 14 s Oregon 
Enfirder Jos. laborer, 181s Bethel 
Eng Jacob, carter, 116 n Bethel 
Engehausen Anna E. 54 Mulberry 
Engel Casper, laborer, s 163 Washington 
Engel Mrs. Christina, grocery 141 n Exeter 
Engel Conrad, baker, 524 w Lombard. 
Engel Geo. shoemaker, 211 s Durham 
Engel George, tailor, 254 s Sharp 
Engel George, jr., helper, 266 s Ann 
Engel Geo. tailor, 246 s Sharp 
Engel George T., cooper, 262 Hanover 
Engel J. Geo., shoemaker, 580 w Baltimore 
Engel J. Geo., gunsmith, 141 n Exeter 
Engel Henry, restaurant, 33 n Gay 
Engel Henry, lager beer, 17 Harrison 
Engel Jacob, steward, 23 n Spring 
Engel John, cooper, 1 Winder 
Engel Jno. 0., lager beer, Belairavnr Cemetery 
Engel Lazarus, 66 s Central av 
Engel Otto, carpenter, cor Washington and 

Canton av 
Engel Philip, shoemaker, 151 Mulberry 
Eugel Wm., weaver, 42 Frederick av 
Engelbach Fred, bookkeepei-, 146 s Charles 
Engelbreit Martin, porter, 94 Lancaster 
Engelbrecht George, shoemaker, 277 s Dallas 
Eugelo Wm. laborer, 58 Preston 
Eugelhardt Mrs. Ann, 221 Chesnut 
Eugelhardt Edward, broom mak. 221 Chesnut 
Engelbardt Frederick, laborer, 136 n Spring 
Eugelhardt Francis, barber, 162 McHenry 
Engelhardt George, laborer, 288 s Durham 
Eugelhardt George 0. bootfitter, 76 s Castle 
Eugelhardt Gotfried, shoemaker, 108 Pearl 
Engelhardt Gustave, bootmaker, 227 w Pratt 

d\v 132 L. Greene 
Engelhardt Henry, shoemaker, 108 Pearl 
Engelhardt Herman, organ builder, 49 Stiles 
Eugelhardt John, tailor, 327 n Central av 
Eugelhaupt Adam, clothier, 46 and 48 w Pratt 

dw 52 8 High 
Eugelhaupt Charles, carpenter, 52 s High 
Eugelhaupt Frank, tailor, 26 Knox al 
Eugelhaupt Frederick, clerk, 52 s High 
Eugelhaupt John, salesman, 520 s High 
Eugelhaupt Philip, grocery and liquors, 183 

Raborg 
Eugelhaupt Wm. tailor, 26 Knox al 
Engelke Adolph, carpenter, 363 Canton av 
Engelking Fredk., tailor, 163n Gay 
Engelleiser Magdalena, 525 Canton av 
Eugelman Charles, tailor, 371 e Eager 
Eugelman Gustav, bootfitter, 26 n Frederick 
Eugelman John, tailor, Biddle nr Central av 
Engel myer Joseph, tailor, 252 e Chase 
Engelmyer W. wood sawyer, 78 Somerset 
Engels Henry, cigarmaker, 302 Aliceanna 
Engelsman Catherine, over 63 w Second 
Engelsman Julius, clerk, over 63 w Second 
Engert Casper, tailor, 216 s Bond 
Eugland Chas. clerk, 354j w Lombard 
England Christian shoemaker, 303 n Howard 



England Mrs. Eliza J. 7 Bolton 
England Francis W. plumber, 171 Gough 
England J. H. clerk, Sbih w Lombard 
England John A. grocery, 129 Hill 
England John H. carpenter, 104 Preston 
England Joseph T. gen. freightagt. B. & 0. R., 

354^ w Lombard 
Eugland Julia, boarding house, 76 n High 
England Mrs. Mary, 24 Abbot 
Eugland Wm. G. fireman, 12 Gould's ct 
Eugle Thos. tinner, 277 Aliceanna 
Eugle Wm. J. laborer, 277 Aliceanna 
Engler Augustus, pres. People's Fire Ins. Co., 

278 Lexington 
Engler William, stonecutter, 215sEutjiw 
Engles Henry, police, 6 Townsend 
Engles Samuel, bricklayer, 6 Townsend 
English John, laborer, 92 s Payson 
English John, tavern, n e cor Harrison and 

Fayette 
English Mrs. Mary J. 431 w Lombard 
Enke Charles, shoemaker, 100 Granby 
Enke Ludwig, artist, 63 w Baltimore, dw 39 

Albemarle 
Enkhausen Henry, stationery, 221 Lexington 

dw 248 
Eunis Geo. cigarmaker, 80 n Pine 
Ennis Geo. W. clerk, 80 n Pine 
Ennis James H. tinner, 129 Franklin 
Ennis John A. blacksmith, 684 w Pratt 
Ennis Joseph T. blacksmith, 14 s Republican 
Ennis Mrs. Mary, 14 s Republican 
Eunis Thomas H. carpente*, 80 n Pine 
Ennis Wm. upholsterer, 64 Preston 
Ennis Wm. B. machinist, 14 s Republican 
Eno Charles, clerk, 209 Conway 
Eno Charles E. clerk, Western hotel 
Eno Richard, baker, 36 Milliraan 
Enright Mrs. Catherine, 27 Watson 
Enright Michael, laborer, 46 Hillen 
Ensey & Kimberley, (R. F. E., J. M. Kimber- 
ly, ) wholes, grocers and com. merchts., s w 
cor Eutaw and Baltimore 
Ensey Richard F. (E., & Kimberly,) 287 w 

Lombard 
Ensinger George, 42 Somerset 
Ensor Abram, bricklayer, 269 Mulberry 
Ensor Benj. F. currier, 213 n Bond 
Ensor Charles, rope maker, 40 Bennett 
Ensor Daniel, carpenter, 275 n Eutaw 
Ensor Daniel, carpenter, 417 w Lombard 
Ensor Edward, ship joiner, 345 e Monument 
Ensor Hiram, inspector, 96 Lee 
Ensor James, 1 n Front 
Ensor James W. ship joiner, 127 Chesapeake 
Ensor Jesse A. painter, 26 McHenry 
Ensor John, blacksmith, 447 w Fayette 
Ensor Thaddeus T. carpenter, 493 w Fayette 
Ensor Wm. tinner, 238 n Bond 
Enssle Mrs. John C., 20 Lee 
Enterline Dr. Samuel, 582 w Lombard 
Enterprise Ins. Co. of Cincinnati, Allmand & 

Williams agts., 79 Second 
Entler Catherine, 24 n Pine 
"Entz Andrew, salesman, 198 Saratoga 
Episcopal Reading Rooms, over 53 Lexington, 

H. W. Moore, agent 
Epp Mrs. Maria, huckstress, 22 Elizabeth la 
Eppers Henry, laborer, 167 Warner 
Epple Martin, carpenter, 258 e Chase 
Epple Wm. apothecary, n w cor Light and 
Montgomery 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

ACJ^KNTS FOR 

Roseiidale Ceineut aui Plaster, 

21 SPEAKS- WHARF. 



Eppler Charles, blacksmith, 235 Forrest 
Eppler Ernst, tailor, 68 Mulberry 
Eppler Jacob, (Jacob & John E.,) 67 Conway 
Eppler Jacob & Jno. coopers, Cypress al nr Pratt 
Eppler Joseph, butcher, Point la nr Green- 
mount Cemetery 
Eppler John (Jacob & John E ,) 16 s Sharp 
Eppley John A. driver, 158 n Calvert 
Eppley James M. produce and com. merch. s e 
cor Howard and Mulberi'y, dw Charles st. 
av, beyond city limits 
Epron Mrs. Nancy, 453 n Gay 
Epstein Max. E. 135 Lexington 
Equitable Life Assurance Society, 26 Second 
Erbach Dr. Sebastian, dentist, 30 s Exeter 
Erbe John, porter, 176 Cross 
Erben Mrs. M. S. dressmaker, 33 Rock 
Erck Charles, tailor, 81 n Bond 
Erdbrink Harman, laborer, 19 Conway 
Erdbrink John H. clerk, 19 Conway 
Erdman John, gardener, 177 Harford av 
Erdman John, butcher, 100 Lexington market, 

dw Baltimore co 
Erdman John C. clerk, 233 Harford av 
Erdman Mrs. Susan, 233 Harford av 
Erdman Wm. H. junk, 41 Ensor, dw 233 

Harford av 
Erek Casper, 234 Saratoga 
Erek Daniel F. laborer, 157 n Fremont 
Erek Henry, cigar maker, 185 n Fremont 
Erek John J. laborer, 157 n Fremont 
Erhard Wm. J. shoemaker, 26 Josephine 
Erbardt Hugh, jeweller, Point la near Green- 
mount Cemetery 
Erich Dr. Augustus F. 116 s Broadway 
Erich Mrs. C. 54 Holland 
Erich Henry C. pat. self acting pumps. 79 

Gough, dw 91s Caroline 
Erichsen P. draftsman, s w cor Charles and 

Fayette, dw 152 Hanover 
Erick Fred'k, wire workfr, 65 Holland 
Erlbeck John, clothing cutter, 56 s Caroline 
Erling Wm. of German Correspondent, 152 s 

Bond 
Ermer Christian, baker, 34 Thames 
Ermer Henry, tobacconist, s w cor Gay and 

Aisquith, dw 40 e Lombard 
Erraold Frederick, cabinet maker, 215 w Pratt 
Ermold John, drayman, 54 n Pine 
Ermold John C. cabinetmaker, 215 w Pratt 
Erney Joseph, Delphey house 
Ernst Anton, laborer, 277 s Dallas 
Ernst Anton, laborer, 294 n Central av 
Ernst Conrad, laborer, 85 Stiles 
Ernst Daniel, hostler, 89 Mound 
Ernst Henry, laborer, 3 May 
Ernst John, tailor, 275 s Sharp 
Ernst John C. pattern maker, 33 Burke 
Ernst Maggie, laundress, 278 n Eden 
Ernst Mrs. Theresa, seamstress, 10 Wyeth 
Emstberger Francis, barber, 373 Penna av 



Ernstberger Michael, laborer, 156 Lee 
Erpenbeck Henry, restaurant, 219 s Broadway 
Erpenstein Adolph, tailor, 71s Wolfe 
Ertle John, laborer, 13 Cuba 
Ervin Abraham, laborer, Fulton nr McHenry 
Ervin Alexander, Pres. Abbott Iron Co. 144 

St. Paul 
Erving Edward, grocery, 67 Jefferson 
Eschbach Rev. E. R. 208 n Calvert 
Eschbach Francis F. street paver 90 n Schroeder 
Eschbach Henry, hostler, 869 w Pratt 
Eschbach John, contractor and paver, 46 Rich- 
mond 

ESCHBACH JOHN E. Contractor 
for all kinds of Grading, Paving, 
laying of Sewers with Stone, 
Brick, Iron or Tile Pipe, and Con_ 
struction of Turnpike and Rail- 
Roads. All work warranted equal 
to the best, and 25 per cent, below 
the present market rates, office, 
16^ North street, opposite Chesa- 
peake Bank; dw 226 n Howard 

Eschbach Louis, carpenter, 92 n Schroeder 
Eschbach Matthias B. 46 Richmond 
Escherick Charles, gunsmith, 38 n Holliday 
Escherick Chas. cooper, 56 Fort av 
Escherick Ferdinand, gunsmith, 38 n Holliday 
Escherick Francis, (E. & Son,) 38 n Holliday 

ESCHERICK & SON,(Prancis Esch- 
erick,) Manufacturers and Dealers 
in Guns of all Descriptions and 
Hardware, 56 w Baltimore 

Eschman Vincent,laborer, 80 Centre Marketsp 
Eschrich Charles, gunsmith, 251 Hamburg 
Eslin Wm. (Young & E.) 150 w Fayette 
Esensee Henry, steam dyer and scourer, 65 w 

Fayette, dw rear 16 Harrison 
Essender James, butter, 262 s Broadway,dw 18 

s Bond 
Essender Dr. James, 1 Pearl 
Essender Theodore, carpenter, 146 n High 
Essender Thomas, jr. laborer, 43 s Republican 
Eser Henry, laborer, 272 s Dallas 
Eser John, laborer, 42 Abbot 
Esham Mrs. Fannie W. stationery, 176 J Mad- 
ison av 
Esherick Thos. letter carrier, 71 s Regester 
Eskridge Beyerly B. clerk, 159 w Lombard 
Eskridge Wolfred, Gist nr Eastern av 
Esler Jacob, F. butcher, 6 Etting 
Eslin Wm. B. livery stable, 291 Hollins 
Esline Geo. W. 116 West 
Esline John A. J. brickmoulder, 116 West 
Eslinger August, carver, 3 Winder 
Eslinger George, tailor. Mansion house 
Eslinger Robert, driver, 181 Eastern av 
Esmer August, driver, 78 Henrietta 
Esmer Mrs. Ernestine, stamping, 78 Henrietta 
Esmer Gustav. A. P. confectionery, 235J w 

Pratt 
Esmer Reinhart, expressman, 78 Henrietta 
Esome John H. mariner, 58 Johnson 



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Espe}' Mrs. Catherine, lYl Orleans 

Espey Wm. B. cooper, 394 e Lombard 

Esseuger Thomas, carpenter, 42 Booth 

Essenwanger Jacob, laborer, 228 s Paca 

Essert George, porter, 6 Littel al 

Essex Mrs. Ann, Clement nr William 

Essex Richard, brickmaker, Chesapeake near 

Hudson 
ESSIG CPIARLES J. Baltimore dental depot, 

over 200 w Baltimore, d\v Eutaw house 
Essig Frederick, jr., butcher, Penna. av near 

toll gate 
Essig John F. butcher, Penna. av ext 
Essig Wm. butcher, Penna av near toll gate 
Esslemann Peter, cigarmaker, 48 s Exeter 
Esslinger & Co. (E. E,, Dr. G. Liebman,) 

ajiothecaries, 20^ Harrison 
Esslinger Edward, "(E. & Co.) 20j Harrison 
Esslinger Gotlieb, boxmakei, 5 Winder 
Esterbrook Taylor S. driver, 4 n High 
Esterley Frederick, laborer, 79 n Amity 
Estlack Hiram, engineer, 95 Jefferson 
Estlen Balthasar, lager beer, 59 East 
Eston Geo. tailor, 66 Light 
ETCHBERGER BROS. (C. E., W. C. and J. 
S. Etchberger, ) book and job printers, 22 
and 24 Md. Building, Second opp. P. 0. 
Etchberger Chas. E. (E. Bros.) 342 e Baltimore 
Etchberger Capt. James, mariner, 342 e Balti- 
more 
Etchberger James S. (E. Bros. )342 e Baltimore 
Etchberger Rebecca, 17 Gough 
Etchberger Mrs. Sarah, 17 Gough 
Etchberger Wm. C. (E. Bros.) 342 e Baltimore 
Etchison & Dorsey, (Perry G. E., John A. 
Dorsey, ) leaf tobacco and gen. produce com. 
merchants, 104 s Charles 
Etchison Frederick, saddler, 8 Columbia, Aw 

401 w Lombard 
Etchison Rev. Jason P. 189 e Baltimore 
Etchi>on Perry G. (E. & Dorsey,) 114 s Sharp 
Etheridge Dr. W. H. surgical and mechanical 

dentist, 21 s Broadway 
Etter Mrs. Cecelia, 277 Hollins 
Etter Wm. H. manager Pacific and Atlantic 
Telegraph Co. 125 w Baltimore, dw Mansion 
house 
Ettinger Geo. M. principal male grammftr 

school No. 12, 173 Conway 
Ettings Misses, 270 Lexington 
Ettle Mrs. Susan L. butter, 406 w Fayette 
Ettleraan John F. bricklayer, 385 Harford av 
Ettleman Philip J. bricklayer, 385 Harford av 
Ettleraan Thos. bricklayer, 318 Harford av 
Etzel Adam, sailor, 149 s Bethel 
Etzel Eged, tobacconist, cor Aisquith and Low 
Etzel George, tailor, 44 s Central av 
Etzel Joseph, porter, 325 n Central av 
Eubank Giles F. (Fallin & E.) 164 s Charles 
Euler August, wheelwright, 566 Penna av 
Euler Chas. Aug. shoemaker, 99 Conway 
Euler Christian, tailor, 1 Spruce al 
Euler Ernst, shoemaker, 184 e Baltimore 
Euler Ernst, jr., barber, 184 e Baltimore 
Euler Jacob, confectionery, 419 Saratoga 
Eunick Edmund, carpenter, 08 Perry 
Enrich Mrs. Elizabeth, stoves, 407 Canton av 
Eurich Mary 407 Canton av 
Eurich Henry, tinner, 407 Canton av 
Eurich Peter, moulder, 407 Canton av 
Eustice Levi, barroom, 190 w Falls av, dw 13 
Slemmer al 



Eurth Christopher, cabinetmaker, 637 Light 
EUTAW HOUSE, n w cor Eutaw and Balti- 
more, Gilmour & Sons, proprietors 
EUTAW SAVINGS BANK, secor Eutaw and 

Fayette 
Eutaw St. M. E. Church, Eutaw bet Franklin 

and Mulberry 
Evans Abel, m'iller, 893 w Pratt 
Evans Adeline, 334 e Lombard 
Evans Alfred D. n e cor Aisquith and Chew 
Evans Alonzo, mariner, 37 Block 
Evans Andrew J. carpenter, 156 Hollins 
Evans Mrs. Ann E. seamstress, 126 Preston 
EVANS & BRO. (D. G. Evans,) pharma- 
ceutists, se cor Ann and Aliceanna 
Evans Charles D. gaiter fitter, 51 Harrison 
Evans Daniel T. i)ilot, 132 s Ann 
Evans Daniel E. boilermaker, 4 s Oregon 
Evans Rev. David, 18 Jackson sq 
Evans David G. (E. & Brb.) 18 Jackson sq 
Evans Evan, coppersmith, Clinton 
Evans Elizabeth, dressmaker, 191 Hanover 
Evans Franklin, 18 n PMen 
Evans Frederick, bricklayer, Clinton n of Boston 
Evans Rev. French S. 407 n Central av 
Evans G. (G. E. & Co.) 284 w Hoffman 
Evans G. & Co. (Geo. E., J. C. Sullivan,) 

coopers, 22 Patterson 
Evans Geo. W. sr., flour and feed, cor Balti- 
more and Republican 
Evans Geo. W jr., flour' and feed, n w cor 

Baltimore and Republican 
Evans Geo. bookkeeper, 191 Hanover 
Evans George P. printer, 12 Barnet 
Evans Harry J. clerk, 211 n Howard 
Evans Hampton, engineer, (J31 w Pratt 
Evans Henrietta, tailoress, 49 Granby 
Evans Henry C, U.S. coast survey, 60 Courtland 
Evans Henry, oyster packer, 100 s High 
Evans Isaac, clerk P. O. 5 Aisquith 
Evans Jacob H. machinist, 7 Orleans 
Evans John, copper smelter, 20 Clinton 
Evans John, dyemaker, 20 s Exeter 
Evans John, copper smelter, Clinton s of Boston 
Evans John, clerk, 808 \v Baltimore 
Evans John P. clerk, IGl e Monument 
Evans John, carter, 12 s Chester 
Evans John, machinist, 125 Chew 
EVANS JOHN, manuf. tin ware and house- 
keeping articles, 18 w Baltimore, dw 29 n 
Eden 
Evans John B. painter, over 33 n Eutaw, dw 

487 Lexington 
Evans John B. clerk, 90s Sharp 
Evans John B. cl'k 0. & A. R. R. 132 w Balt'e 
Evans John C. carpenter, 251 n Eden 
Evans J. B. printer, 50 n Eden 
Evans John H. laborer, McHenry nr Fulton 
Evans John steel letter cutter, 165 e Eager 
Evans Joseph, leather dealer, 56 n Eden 
Evans Joseph, fisherman, 181 Hughes 
Evans Joseph, clerk, 56 n Eden 
Evans Josh. J. carpenter, 386 Lexington 
Evans Laura J. tailoress, 325 Harford av 
Evans Levi C. printer, 161 e Monument 
Evans Matilda A. 51 Fawn 
Evans Mary, dairy, 125 Hollins 
Evans^Mary E. 51 Fawn 
Evans Mrs. Mary J. 7 (ireen's ct 
Evans Mary, 70 L. McElderry 
Evans Mabury,express messenger, 275 Hanover 
Evans Mitchel W. painter, 44 Hammond al 



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COMMISSION' MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AQENTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Evans Mitchel, mariner, 35 Block 

Evans Nathaniel, pipemaker, cor Charles and 

Camden, dw 90 s Sharp 
Evans Randolph, laborer, 325 Harford av 
Evans Richard B. clerk, 144 e Monument 
Evans Robert, copper smelter, 24 Clinton 
Evans Mrs. Sarah, boardings, Clinton s of Boston 
Evans Samuel, driver, 9 Sterrett 
Evans Samuel M. bricklayer, 62 Favrn 
Evans Taylor, mariner, 37 Block 
Evans Thomas, paperhangrer, 256 Forrest 
Evans Thos. H. & Co. (Thos. H. Evans) com. 

merchants and produce, 82 Lightest whf 
Evans Thos. H. (T. H. E. & Co.) 64 William 
Evans Thos. teacher, 162McCulloh 
Evans Thomas, carpenter, 161 e Monument 
Evans Dr. Thomas B. s e cor Ann and Alice- 
anna, dw 18 Jackson square 
Evans Thomas G. builder, 17 Garden, dw211 

n Howard 
Evans Walter T. 430 e Monument 
Evans Wm. cardriver, 12 Grove al 
Evans Wm. And. J. cooper, 304 Forrest 
Evans Wm. potter, 893 w Pratt 
Evans Wm. patternmaker, 157 Montgomery 
Evans Wm. R. hatter, 12 s Chester 
Evans Wm. (Thomas, E. & Co.) 1 n Calhonn 
Evans Wm. tinner, 208 e Madison 
Evans Wm. H. H. carpenter, 792 w Baltimore 
Evans Wm. S. hackman, 161 e Monument 
Evatt Edward, gun and locksmith, 35 Light 
Evatt Henry C. grocery, 187 Hanover, dw 182 
Evatt George, police, 252 n Eutaw 
Evatt Mary, dressmaker, 148 w Madison 
EVENING COMMERCIAL, office 132 w Bal- 
timore, Wales & Co. prop'rs 
Everett Andrew, drayman, 89 Somerset 
Everett Francis R. 72 n Pine 
Everett Francis, photog'r, 795 w Baltimore 
Everett Frederick, bootfitter, 15 Stirling 
Everett Frederick, laborer, 301 Aliceanna 
Everett James, lumber wagons, 157 s Chapel 
Everett Joha-T. mariner, 195 s Chapel 
Everett L. F. clerk, 16| n Charles 
Everett Thomas H. 119 s Bond 
Everett Wm. cooper, 29 L. Church 
Everett Wm.' coal, 56 n Central av, dw 72 n 

Eden 
Evcrhart Mrs. Catherine, 229 Aisquith 
Everhart Chas. confectioner, 53 Harmony la 
Everhart Christian, grocery, Clinton, Canton, 

opp Chesapeake furnace 
Everhart Mrs. David, 412 Lexington 
Everhart Edward M. clerk, 92 s Howard 
Everhart Geo. machinist, 138 e Lombard 
Everhart George G. salesman, 412 Lexington 
Everhart J. J. 412 Lexington 
Everhart Jacob, tobacconist, 42 Druid Hill av 
Everhart Lewis, laborer, 53 Harmony la 
Everhart Louis, Laborer, s w cor West and 
Hanover 



Everhart Mrs. Mary W. tailoress, 2 Henrietta 
Everhart Saml. fruit packer, 245 s Sharp 
Everhart Mrs. V. grocery, s w cor West and 

Hanover 
Everhart Wm. confectioner, 53 Harmony la 
Everhart W. J. clerk, 412 Lexington 
Everine Samuel, laborer, 144 Druid Hill av 
Evering Bernard, 91 s Wolfe 
Everist Mrs. Frances A. seamstress, 247 s Dur- 
ham 
Everist John W. carpenter, 9 n Sharp, dw 54 

n Poppleton 
Everist John M. cooper, 108 n Holliday, dw 74 

s High 
Everist Joseph, cooper, 377 e Fayette 
Everitt Edward, huckster, 115 Peach al 
Everitt Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress,s e corGough 

and Durham 
Everitt Francis A. clerk, 795 w Baltimore 
Everitt John, shoemaker, 131 s Bethel 
Everitt Robt.B.harnessmaker, 795 w Baltimore 
Everitt Thos. S. harnessmaker,795 w Baltimore 
Everley George, cooper, 176 sRegester 
Everline John, blacksmith, 172 n Central av 
Evers Mrs. Ann, 263 Canton av 
Evers Henry W. shoemaker, 228 Battery av 
Evers John, cooper, 108 n Holliday, dw 74 s 

High 
Eversburger Chris, lab'r, Dallas nr Aliceanna 
Eversman Frederick, 81 s Bond 
Eversman John F. clerk, 309 s Charles 
Eversman John G. provisions, 309 s Charles 
Evill Jerome, cooper. 111 Leadenhall 
Evitt& Bro. (R. and J. Evitt) wholesale shoe 

manufs. over 346 w Baltimore 
Evitt John, (E. & Bro.) Mansion house 
Evitt Robert, (E. & Bro.) 126 w Fayette 
Ewald Mrs." Ann E. 22 L. Hampstead 
Ewald, Baker ^ Co. (Martin E., Henry Baker) 

edge tool grinders, &c. 34 Park 
Ewald ^ Fislein, (J. W. E., J. Fislein) edge 

tool makers, 294 s Caroline 
Ewald John W. (E. & Fislein) 59 President 
Ewald Martin (E., Baker & Co.) 3 Park 
Ewald S. W. blacksmith, 40 w Pratt 
Ewaldt August, (James Myer & Co 
Ewalt Mrs. Aramicta, 34 n Poppleton 
Ewalt Mrs. Catherine, 147 Aliceanna 
Ewalt George, clerk, 22 L Hampstead 
Ewalt Mrs. Henrietta, 169 s Regester 
Ewalt Henry, clerk, 22 L Hampstead 
Ewalt John H. (Wm. P. Towles' Bro. ^ Co.) 

13 s Ann 
Ewalt Samuel A. tinner, 519^ w Baltimore,dw 

74 n Poppleton 
Ewart John E. bridge builder, 10 George 
Ewell John, shipsmith, 237 s Eutaw 
Ewell John, (E. & Kelly) 12 St. Paul 
Ewell & Kelly, (John E., John Kelly) prop'rs 

Barry hall, 12 St. Paul 
Ewell Thomas, shipsmith, 237 s Eutaw 
Ewens John F. tea, 142 s Broadwav 
EWIG JOHN, restaurant, 869 w Baltimore 
Ewing E. S. teacher, 176 Hamburg 
Ewing J. Hervey, attorney, 4 Courtland, dw 

87 Chew 
Ewing Thomas W. agent Methodist Protestant 

publications, over 12 n Gay,dw 318 Aisquiih 
Ewing Wm. J. stonemason, Delphey house 
Ewings Thomas, laborer, 158 Canton av 
Excelsior Steam Laundry, over 40 w Baltimore 
Exchange Buildings, 55 Second, adj'g Postoffice 



Clothing, Marble Hall, 38 and 40 West Baltimore Street. 
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EXCHANGE READING ROOMS, new Exch. 

build' gs, entrance Second and Lombard, 

Geo. U. Porter, sec'y 
Exchange salesroom, Exchange buildings, 55 

Second 
Exeter St. M. E. Church, Exeter nr Gay 
Extine John, driver, 117 Albemarle 
Ej George, laborer, 40 Aliceanna 
Ej'erly Wm. S. canmaker, 74 s Eutaw 
Eyll George P. machinist, 487 w Lombard 
Eyll John, shoemaker, 389 w Pratt 
Eytinge Eli L. (M. Hess & Sons) ."^9 n Howard 
Ey tinge Henry, (M. Hess & Sons) 39 n Howard 
Eytinge Moses, shoes, 193 n Gay, dw 39 n 

Howard 



Faat Leopold, laborer, Hanover nr Cross 
Faber Bernhardt, grocery and liquor, 131 s 

Fremont 
Faber Conrad, laborer, 26 McHenry 
Faber Deitrich, 124 Thames 
Faber Frederick, grocery, 325 Aliceanna 
Faber Geo. bookbinder, 41 Brown 
Faber Henry, tinner, 280 Montgomery 
Faber Henry, tailor, 235 w Pratt 
Faber Henry, cook, Lee nr Eutaw 
Faber Herman, sheetiron worker, 275 s Charles 
Faber Louis, cooper, 196 Eastern av 
Fabrill Francis J. blacksmith, 153 n Centralav 
Fach August, laborer, 146 Low 
Fach Jacob, boot and shoemaker, 28 Pennaav 
FACIUS GUSTAVUS, tobacco, 117 n Calvert 
Facius Leopoldine, music teacher, 1 1 7 n Calvert 
Faden Patrick, laborer, over 19 Bank 
Fady Herman, shoemaker, 602 w Baltimore 
Faeck August, boilermaker, 202 Stirling 
Faeck John, varnisher, 6 Butler 
Faeder Geo. shoemak. n e cor Forrest and Low 
Faesing Henry, tailor, 15 e Lombard 
Faethe Gotfried, coachmaker, 136 e Lombard 
Fagan Hugh, laborer, 160 n Dallas 
Fagan James, laborer, over 65 Park 
Fagan John, drayman, 235 Columbia 
Fagan Matthew, carter, 31 Harford av 
Fagan Michael, shoemaker, 171 s Eden 
Fagan Robert, 235 Columbia 
Eager Joseph, cabinetmaker, 89 Bo3'd 
Fagret Francis, carpenter, 3 New Church 
Fagret Mm. L. Guillioud, hair dresser, 40 n 

Charles 
Fahay Martin, laborer, 90 Dolphin 
Fahay Richard, laborer, 20 Fort av 
Faherty John, sawyer, 9 Wyeth 
Faherty Mrs. xMary, 203 Eastern av 
Faherty Mrs. Margaret, 9 Wyeth 
Fahay Mrs. Anna, grocery, 45 s Dewberry al 
Fahey Catherine, grocery, 20 n Oregon 
Fahey James, laborer, 20 n Oregon 
Fahey James, laborer, 25 Front n of Foundry 
Fahey James, laborer, 37 Hill 
Fahey John, laborer, 14 Union 
Fahey John, laborer, 46 Buren 
Fahey John, laborer, 33 York 
Fahey John T. wagoner, 172 Franklin 
Fahey Julia, tavern, 46 Buren 
Fahey Martin, hack man, 4 Oxford 
Fahey iMichael, laborer. Cathedral ext 
Fahey Thos. C. tailor, 28 Hughes 
Fahi Chas., cooper, cor Hanover and Henrietta 
Fahl John, cooper, cor Hanover and Henrietta 



Fahlbush Adolph, tailor, 69 s High 

Fahlen Adeline, trimmings and fancy goods, 

149 w Baltimore, dw 221 w Pratt 
Fahlen Chas. H.(F. & Ohlendorf) 126 Mulberry 
Fahlen Julius C. clerk, 5 w Baltimore 



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FAHLEN & OHLENDORF 

CHAS. H. FAHLEN. WM. G. OHLENDORF. 

Importers and Jobbers of 

Fancy Goods, Mions, Hosiery, Toys 

AUCTION GOODS, &c. 
No. 330 W. BALTIMORE-ST 



Fahn Patrick, plumber, 36 Harford av 
Fahner Burkhardt, shoemaker, 69 Somerset 
Fahner Jacob, 167 s Eden 
Fahuestock Derick, (F., Thrasher & Co.) Madi- 
son av nr Druid Hill Park 
Fahnestock Edwd. clerk, Lanvale nr Division 

FAHNESTOCK GEORGE W., 
"Wholesale Dealer in Ribbons, 
Artificial Flowers, Feathers, llVEil- 
linery. Silk and Straw Goods, 
240 w Baltimore-st., up Stairs, 
dw 553 w Fayette. 

FAHNESTOCK, THRASHER & CO. (Derick 
F., Isaac Thrasher, C. Brooks) wholesale 
clothiers and dry goods, 345 w Baltimore 
Faid Henry, laborer, 420 Light 
Fain Sam'l A. clerk, Howard house 
Fair Alexander, shoemaker, 202 Hughes 
Fair Mrs. Susan, 202 Hughes 
Fairall Mrs. Elizabeth A. 43 Dolphin 
Fairall Ella M. teacher, 295 n Eutaw 
Fairall George, moulder, 295 n Eutaw 
Fairall George E. moulder, 295 n Eutaw 
Fairall George, brakesman, 43 Dolphin 
Fairall W. E. salesman, 40 St. Peter 
Fairall W. H. blacksmith, 139 s Fremont, dw 

40 St. Peter 
Fairbank And.J.ag't Mt. Clare, 365 w Lombard 
Fairbank Chas. foreman, 181 German 
Fairbank Chris, shoemaker, 29 May 
Fairbank Edward, shipsmith, Calhoun al nr 

Camden, dw 24 s Chester 
Fairbank Francis M. clerk, 78 8 Ann 
Fairbank Geo. K. bricklayer, 377 Franklin 
Fairbank Mrs. Henry, 319 w Lombard 
Fairbank Henry T. carpenter, 325 Franklin 
Fairbank John F. clerk, 319 w Lombard 
Fairbank John R. clerk, 361 w Lombard 
Fairbank John, conductor, 361 w Lombard 
Fairbank Tlios. J. bookkeeper, 2 n Greene 
Fairbank Zelah J. clerk, 319 w Lomljard 
Fairbanks & Co's scales warehouse, 246 w Bal- 
timore, Geo. H, Gillman, agent. [See p. 8 
Advertiseme7Us .'] 
Fairbanks Wni. J. police, 198 s Fremont 
Fairchild Mrs. Nancy, 34 Camden 
FAIRCHILD MRS. R. C. proprietress North- 
ern Cent'l hotel, se cor Calvert and Franklin 
Fairchild Wm. 'tailor, 192 e Fayette 
Fairfax Carlisle, clerk, 152 n Eutaw 
Fairfax Edwin C. carpenter, 137JDover 



J. HENRY GIESE & CO., Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKNTS FOR 

Boseiidale Cement & Piaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Fairfax Edward, clerk, 152 n Eutaw 
Fairfax Julian, clerk, 152 n Eutaw 
Fairley Thomas, florist, 243 Druid Hill av 
Fairlej" Thomas, moulder, 342 Eastern av 
Fairman Gibson W. machinist, over 77 n Front 

dw 132 w Hoffman 
Fairman Simon, machinist, 132 w Hoffman 
Fairy John, stone cutter, 861 w Baltimore 
Fait John, confectioner, 78 Park 
Faiih Anderson, carpenter. 111 n High 
Faithful Edward J. bricklayer, 89 Chatsworth 
Faithful Dr. Joseph, 218 Mulberry 
Faitz Henry, musician, 177 s Eden 
Falck Casper \V. jr., clerk. 32 s Carey 
Falck Casper W. sr., clerk, 32 s Carey 
Falck Conrad, tailor, 182 s Durham 
Falck Fred'k, machinist, 32 Frederick av 
Falck Jno W.bookkeeper,Gist nr Patterson pk 
Falck John B. 35 n Entaw 
Falck Lewis, cigar maker, 32 s Carey 
Falconar A. Smith, bookkeeper, Gfi St. Paul 
Falconar Edward W. clerk, 152 n Eutaw 
Falconer Ale.x. sr., 3 McCulloh 
Falconer Alexander, jr., clerk, 3 McCulloh 
Falconer Mrs. John, 3 McCulloh 
Falder Kate, 200 Canton av 
Faldsbuch John, tailor, 65 n Central av 
Fales Mrs. Annie M. 66 n Eutaw 
Fales Benj'n R. mariner, 134 s Ann 
Fales Charles R. carpenter, 134 s Ann 
Fales Ebenezer C. mariner. 118 n Bond 
Fales Mrs. Ellen, 134 s Ann 
Fales Frank H. moulder, 370 Cathedral 
Fales George E. moulder, 166 Forrest 
Fales James T. mariner, 134 s Ann 
Fales Joseph A. mariner, 134 s Ann 
Fales Squire M. iron master, 370 Cathedral ext 
Fales Wm. G. paperhanger, 106 Orleans 
Falk Edward C. confectionery, 462 w Pratt 
Falk George, watchman, Guy's hotel 
Falk John T. rectifier, 145 Dover 
Falk John Jl. pianomaker, 460 w Pratt 
Falkenstein Fred'k, marblecutter, 179 Mont- 
gomery 
Falkeustein Mary, confectionery, 179 Mont- 
gomery 
Falkenstein Peter, shoemaker, 17 Watson 
Fall Casper, huckster, 449 Saratoga 
Fall Peter, huckster, 449 Saratoga 
Fallan Daniel, carter, 333 s Sharp 
Fallan Wm. mariner, 349 s Sharp 
Falleukamp Henry, laborer, 4 Fountain 
Faller Casper, beer, 125 McElderry 
Fallin & Eubank, (J. H. F., G. F. Eubank,) 

gen'l com. mercb's, 71 South 
Fallin J. H. (Fallin & Eubank,) 164 s Charles 
Fallon Mrs. I3ridget, beer, 65 Boston 
Fallon Bernard, barkeeper, s w cor Ensor and 

Forrest 
Fallon Daniel, clerk, Etting nr Hoffman 
Fallon James, laborer, 24 Valley 



Fallon John, tinner, 71 Pearl 

Fallon John, laborer, 18 Baker ct 

Fallon Luke, carpenter, 86 n Front 

Fallon Malacha, stonecutter, 202 Madison av 

Fallon Mary, 86 n Front 

Fallon Michael, grocery, 57 Chesnut 

Fallon Patrick, cooper, 2 Addison 

Fallon Peter, 216 Lexington 

Fallon Thomas A. laborer, 7 Webb , 

Fallon Thomas, laborer, 648 w Pratt 

Falls Moor N. pres'tBalto. Steam Packet Co. 

279 Madison av 
Falls Moore S. 245 N. Calvert 
Falls Wm. K. attorney, 11 Law Buildings, dw 

279 Madison av 
Falter Joseph J. porter, 152 Vine 
Falter Mrs. Mary, huckstress, 127 Low 
Falvey Michael, stonemason, 11 Sterrett 
Famme August, tailor, 67 Centre Market sp 
FANCHER S. storage warehouse, Winan's 

distillery, foot of Light, ofSce 4 s Holliday 
Fangmann Joseph, shoemaker, 6 e Pratt 
Fangmeyer John, (Fangmeyer, Doll & Castle,) 

s e cor Baltimore and Gilmor 
FANGMEYER, DOLL & CASTLE, (J. Fang- 
meyer, L. Z. Doll, Geo. T. Castle,) com. 
merch's, 49 and 51 s Howard 
Fanhogen Thomas, mariner, 105 s Ann 
Fankhanel Henry, tobacconist, 206 Lexington 
Fannm John, hackman, 109 Ensor 
Fanning Clemens, laborer, 133 Chesapeake 
Fannon Michael, laborer, 182 East 
Fannon James, laborer, 7 McLeary ct 
Fanshaw Tully, bricklayer, 172 n Caroline 
Fantpm Elizabeth, 3 Bloodgood ct 
Fantom Margaret, 3 Bloodgood ct 
Fantom Mrs. Susan, 12 Essex 
Fantom Thomas, laborer, over 17 w Fayette 
Farber Henry J. (Stellman, Hinrichs & Co.,) 

Catonsville 
Farber Jno. M.trim'ngSjSe cor Low and Forrest 
Farber John H. (John H. F. & Co.) s e cor 

North and Pleasant 
Farber John H. & Co. (John H. F., Charles 
Bauman, ) groceries and liquors, s e cor 
North and Pleasant 
Farber Martin H. clerk, 52 s Eutaw 
Farber Wm. clerk, cor Low and Forrest 
Fardeubaugh Charles, ironworker, 417 w Pratt 
Fardwell Mrs. Charlotte, tailoress,62 Henrietta 
Fardwell Mrs. Sarah, 154 L. Greene 
Fardy Mrs. Emily J. 69 McCulloh 
Fardy & Woodall, (E. J. Fardy, Wm. E. 
Woodall,) ship builders and marine rail- 
ways, foot Montgomery and cor Hughes and 
Covington 
Fardy Matthew J. 108 s Sharp 
Fariel Michael, laborer, 7 Dover ext 
Faringer Charles, 116 s Paca 
Faringer Charles H. 116 s Paca 
Faringer Sliver, 116 s Paca 
Farland Abram, mariner, 192 s Castle 
Farland John F. sailmaker, 81 Smith's whf, 

dw 100 e Pratt 
Farland Michael, marble polisher, cor Mosher 

and Walsh 
Farland Wm. sailmaker, 199 e Pratt 
Farley Edward, mower, 87 Pearl 
Farley George, sr. 236 Lemmon 
Farley George jr. seaman, 236 Lemmon 
Farley Ida, tailoress, 73 e Monument 
Farley Michael, laborer, 1 5 Bank 



Agents for Rosendale Cement and Plaster, 21 Spear's Wharf. 



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Failey Patrick, laborer, 6 Hillen 

FarleV Peter, laborer, Vine nr Fremont 

Farley Philip, drayman, 31 Haw 

Farley Mrs. Susan, beer, 139 n Front 

Farley Thomas, laborer, 31 Harford av 

Farley Wm. tailor, 337 n Howard 

Farlow John T. marshal of police, (Farlow 

& Ronsaville, ) 327 e Baltimore 
Farlow & Ronsaville, (J. T. Farlow, D. C. 

Ronsaville, ) grocers, n w cor Baltimore and 

Ann 
Farmer Mrs. Cecilia, china and glassware, n e 

cor Eutaw and Marion 
Farmer Mrs. Elizabeth A. 153 w Biddle 
Farmer James F. coachsmith, 92 Stirling 
Farmer John, mariner, ^9 Lancaster 
Farmer Patrick, laborer, 1 Hall al 
Farmer Patrick, brassfinisher, 92 Stirling 
Farmer Philip, 21 n Eutaw 
Farmer Terrence, grocery, 92 Stirling 
Farmer Dr. Wm. dentist, 24 e Baltimore 
Farmers' Hotel, n w cor Hillen and Forrest, 

I). & C. Streett, proprietors 
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' NATIONAL 

BANK, n w cor South and Lombard 
Farnan Mrs. Ellen, 131 William 
Farnan James L clerk, 13\ William 
Farnan John, chinapacker, 131 William 
Farnan Peter, 131 William 
Farnan Thomas F. police, 285 Hanover 
Farnandis Dr. George G. 59 w Fayette 
Faruandis Walter, jr. attorney, 59 w Fayette 
Farnen Charles T. (B. J. Coyle & Co.) 126 s 

Chester 
Farnen Peter, 126 s Chester 
Farnen Thomas, laborer, 37 s Front 
Farnsworth Joseph, baggagemaster, Calvert 

Station, 285 n Howard 
Farquhar George A. 27 Chatsworth 
Farquhar John C. clerk, 159 Gough 
Farquhar P. Wm. clerk, 4 u Greene 
Farquharson Mrs. Ann, 42 e Lombard 
Farquharson Mrs. Catherine, 14 s Broadway 
Farquharson Frank L. harness, 17 s Calvert, 

dw 184 Saratoga 
Farquharson John D. com. merch't, 35 Cheap- 
side, dw 108 Aisquith 
Farquharson John F. clerk, 108 Aisquith 
Farquharson Wm. E. book'per, 171 w Fayette 
Farr Alexander, laborer, 114 Ensor 
Farr Andrew J. laborer, 1 Webb 
Farr Francis, laborer, 114 Ensor 
Farr Mrs. Mary A. 114 Ensor 
Farr Joseph, laborer, 114 Ensor 
Farran Joseph F. salesman, 64 Barre 
Farrell James, laborer, 630 Light 
Farrell James, gasfitter, 77 York 
Farrell James, watcliman, 45 A bey al 
Farrell John, laborer, 62 Albemarle 
Farrell John, (Bevans, Hannah & Co.) 18G e 

Monument 
Farrell John, pres Dubreuil oil works, over 17 

South, dw 221 Saratoga 
Farrell John, blacksmith, 176 s Central av 
Farrell John, collector, 77 York 
Farrell John, laborer, 15 Hull 
Farrell John, shoemaker, 2 Webb 
Farrell Joseph, laborer, 77 York 
Farrell Julia, 2 West Falls av 
Farrell Mary, confectionery, 130 Vine 
Farrell Matthew, laborer, s e cor Walsh and 
Mosher * 



Farrell Michael, grocery, 40 Haw 

Farrell Michael, laborer, 55 Tyson 

FaiTell Patrick, marble polisher, 117 Preston 

Farrell Patrick, boiler maker, 176 s Central av 

Farrell Peter, waiter, 130 Vine 

Farrell Peter, laborer, 8 Hubbard al 

Farrell Thos. 0. laborer, 252 Cross 

Farrell Wm. bricklayer, 212 Peirce 

Farren Daniel, iron moulder, 181 Stirling 

Farren John S. (J. S Farren ^- Co.) 103 s 

Broadway 
Farren J. S. & Co. (J. S. ^' Wm. Farren, ) oys- 
ter and fruit packers, cor Aliceanna and 
Boston 
Farren Wm. (J. S. Farren & Co.) Pratt 2 doors 

e of Choptank 
Earring Augustus H. saddler, 38 Milliman 
Farringer Mrs. Mary E. 58 s Bond 
Farris B. fruits, 177 w Pratt 
Farris Joseph, musician, 177 w Pratt 
Farron Henry, laborer, rear 16 Concord 
Farron Michael, laborer, 33 e Monument 
Farrow Mrs. Annie, 604 w Lombard 
Farson Mrs. Elizabeth, 47 s Ann 
Farson Mrs. India, boarding, 114 s Caroline 
Farson John S. (Cook <J- Farson, ) 108s Chester 
Farstenhafer Conrad, milk. Canton nr Elliott 
Fasbender Charles, 256 w Pratt 
Fassel George, laborer, 9 Baker 
Fate Anderson, carpenter, 12 n Central av 
Fath Anton, laborer, 286 n Central av 
Fatherly Joseph, mariner, 124 n Exeter 
Faucett Harry, clerk, 234 Hollins 
Faucett James shoemaker, 14 Low 
Faul Augustus, engineer, Druid Hill Park 
Faul Charles, tinner, 83 Albemarle 
Faul Gustav. printer, 77 n Eden 
Faulac Emma J. 256 Aisquith 
Faulac Mrs. Maria, 256 Aisquith 
Fauldrath Christopher, wagoner, 32 s Dallas 
Faulkenstine Charles, currier, 26 Ensor 
P'aulkenstine Mrs. F. ice cream, 179 Mont- 
gomery 
Faulkenstine Fred.stonecutter, 179 Montgomerv 
Faulkner Alfred B. (Baker, BrufiF & Co.) 28'l 

w Fayette 
Faulkner Mrs. H. 14 Hammond al 
Faulkner James, laborer, 86 York 
Faulkner Mary E. tailorcss, 1G5 s Ann 
P^iulkner Thomas, huckster, 165 s Ann 
Faulkner Thomas M. grocery, 164 n Caroline 
Faulstick Anton, tailor, 74 Leadenhall 
Faulstick Gust, tailor, 291 s Bond 
Faulstick John, cabinetmaker, 68 Lancaster 
Faulstick John, cabinetmaker, 211 w Pratt 
Faulstick Nicholas, wheelwright, 68 Lancaster 
Faulstick Nicholas, wheelwright, 211 w Pratt 
Fauntleroy Henry H. bookk'r, 151 w Iloft'man 
Faupel Jacob, tailor, 152 n Caroline 
Fans Theodore, shoemaker, 66 Lancaster 
Faust Frederick, clerk, 188 s Bond 
Faust Henry, (J. Faust & Bro.) 26 Barnet 
FAUST JOHN & BRO. (John Faust, H. Faust, ) 

boots, shoes, ^-c. 318 w Baltimore 
Faust John, (J. Faust <J-Bro, )509 w Baltiirore 
Faust Joseph, carpenter 287 e Eager 
Faust Joseph, carjjenter, 286 n Central av 
P'austnuin Henry, tobacconist, 40 s Republican 
Faustman Win laborer, 304 e Lombard 
Favier John, millwright, 415 Lexington 
Favier Peter A. machinist, 30 Neighbor 
Favier Susan, grocery, 415 Lexington 



The GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE is the 



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COMMISSION MERCHAXTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

A a i: NTS FOK 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAB'S WHARF. 

Fawcett Dr. Christopher, 17 Mosber 

Fawcus Catherine, huckstress, 28 Anthony 

Fawkes Frances, 44 n Pine 

Fay Hartley, hiborer, 71 York 

Fay Charles, tinner, 139 Bank 

Fay Mrs. Elizabeth, 211 n Exeter 

Fay Fordice, inspector of leather, 52 Granby 

Fay Dr. Geo. W. 283 e Baltimore 

Fay George, painter, 13 McHenry 

Fay Gustav. cabinetmaker, 26 Jasper 

Fay Henry, clothier, 4S and 50 Centre Market sp 

Fay Michael, grocery, 71 York 

Fay Michael, laborer, 151 Aliceanna 

Fay Patrick, laborer, 16 Garden 

Fay Patrick, coach painter, 7 Jenkins al ^ 

Fay Patrick, coach painter, 7 Tyson al 

Faye James R. clerk, 234 Linden av 

Fayette St. M. B. Church, Fayette, nr Fremont 

Feack John, piano maker, 60 Portland 

Feasel John, laborer, 20 s Amity 

Feast John, (John Feast & Son, )295 Lexington 

Feast John E. (Samuel Feast & Sons,) n e cor 

Franklin and Gilmor • 
Feast John & Sou, (John Feast, Linnseus 

Feast,) florist, 295 Lexington 
Feast Linnaeus, (John Feast & Son,) Balto. co. 
Feast Louden, florist, 295 Lexington 
Feast Samuel, jr. (Samuel Feast <J- Sons,) n e 

cor Franklin and Gilmor 
FEAST SAMUEL & SONS, (Samuel Feast, jr., 

John E. Feast,) florists and nurserymen, n 

w cor Franklin and Gilmor, and 55 n Charles 
Feastus Emil, saddler, 291 s Bond 
Feastus Mrs. Sophia, 291 s Bond 
Featherall Wm. barkeeper, Rennert House 
Fecher John L shoemaker, 351 s Charles 
Fecher Julius, laborer, 74 s Regester 
Fechtig George F. druggist, n \v cor Fayette 

and Central av 
Fecumperkau Casper, 62 s Durham 
Fecumperkan George, laborer, 62 s Durham 
Feder iMartin, tailor, 32 Hanover 
Federleicht Jacob, clerk, 27 s Eutaw 
Federleicht A. cloths, ^c. 161 Lexington, dw 

27 s Eutaw 
Federleicht Louis, clerk, 27 s Eutaw 
Fedline Joseph, laborer, 15 n Spring 
Fedou Francis, tailor, 107 n Calvert 
Fee Caleb, machinist, Clifton nr the Park 
Fee Jacob, sr. machinist, 8 n Poppleton 
Fee Jacob, jr. express driver, 8 n Republican 
Feehan Mrs. Martha, boarding, 299 Eastern av 
Feehley Michael, laborer, 175 West 
Feelemyer Jos. F. clerk, 325 w Baltimore 
Feely James, laborer, 18 Lemmon 
Feely Michael, laborer, 87 Boyd 
Feely Patrick, laborer, 87 Boyd 
Feely Patrick, laborer, 123 Elliott 
Feely Thomas, laborer, 259 Forrest 
Feely Wm. laborer, Clinton nr Boston 
Feenan Felix, barkeeper, Barnum's hotel 



Feeney Catherine, 214 Vine 
Feeney George, carpenter, 16 Hammond al 
Feeney James, carpenter, 16 Hammond al 
Feeney James, tinner, 185 n Howard 
Feeney John, hodcarrier, 3 Willow 
Feeney Mrs. Mary, 8 Slemmer al 
Feeney Wm. laborer, 102 York 
Fefel John, huckster, 478 w Lombard 
Fefel Mrs. Joseph, jr. restaurant, ae cor Bal- 
timore and Strieker 
Fefel Joseph, sr. 797 w Baltimore 
FefiU John, coppersmith and plumber 65 Cen- 
tre Market sp, dw 81 William 
FefiU John, jr. coppersmith, 81 William 
Fegentra John, laborer, 32 Guilford al 
Ffcger Elizabeth, 6 Spring al 
Fehle John, tailor, 223 e Madison 
Fehleisen Chris, morocco dresser, 162 n Exeter 
Fehsenfeld Deiterich, tobacconist, 69 e Balti- 
more 
Fehsenfeld Louis, tobacconist, 77 Thames 
Fehte August, coach trimmer, 37 Albemarle 
Fehte Charles, tailor, 8 Baker's ct 
Fehte Frederick, tailor, 37 Albemarle 
Feick Adam, shoemaker. 29 s Paca 
Feick Frederick, laborer, 237 s Sharp 
Feick George, varnisher, 237 s Sharp 
Feick Henry, varnisher, rear 121 w Fayette 
Feidler George, tailor, 173 Sarah Ann 
Feiertag Benj. teacher, 55 n Fremont 
Feig Andrew, tailor, 23 n Caroline 
Feig Ferd. of State Tobacco Warehouse, 23 

n Caroline 
Feig Geo. A. clerk, 407 s Charles 
Feig John Q. bricklayer, 184 Conway 
Feig Joseph, tailor, 6 n Greene 
Feige August H. tavern, 49 n Frederick 
Feige Chas. L. barkeeper, 49 n Frederick 
Feige Frederick, letter carrier, 9 Valley 
Feige Frederick, sr. 49 n Frederick 
Feightz Mrs. Elizabeth, 231 Aliceanna 
Fell Wm. cabinetmaker, 70 n Fremont 
Feindt Louis, blacksmith, 1 J Fountain 
Feinhop Henry, 89 Cambridge 
Feinour Charles, clerk, 496 w Fayette 
FeinourDr. Thomas, 496 w Fayette 
Feistenhamer Bernard, tobacconist, 131 Forrest 
Felber Edward, fancy goods, 193 s Broadway 
Felber Lewis, fancy store, 167 s Broadway 
Felbinger John, shoemaker, 77 s Chapel 
Felder Jlrs. Elizabeth, grocery, 164 s Caroline 
Felder Geo. laborer, 164 s Caroline 
Felder Henry, driver, 196 Eastern av 
Felder Henry, driver, 144 s Central av 
Felder John, clerk, 91 Harrison, Canton 
Feldhaus A. J. tobacconist, 204 e Baltimore 
Feldhaus Annie, laundress, 51 s Monroe 
Feldhaus Bernhard, chairmaker, 305 Columbia 
Feldhaus Eberhard, clerk, 48 Josephine 
Feldhaus Ferdinand, telegraphist, 28eFayette 
Feldhaus Ferd. A. tobacconist, 28 e Fayette 
Feldhaus Fred'k, letter carrier, 28 e Fayette 
Feldhaus Joseph, tavern, 28 e Fayette 
Feldhaus Joseph E. restaurant, 13 n High 
Feldkemp Harman, lager beer, 753 Light 
Feldman Bernard, tailor, 239 j Gough 
Feldman Henry, tobacconist, 269 Hanover 
Feldman Henry, laborer, 11 Cannon 
Feldman John, laborer, 146 s Regester 
Feldman Mrs. John, 163 s Regester 
Feldman Max. watchman, 30 Elizabeth la 
Feldner Fred'k laborer, 34 Elizabeth la 



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Feldpusch Geo. barber, cor Howard and Cam- 
den 
Feldpusch Henry, tailor, 253 n Central av 
Feldpush John, tailor, 218 n Central av 
Felger Elizabeth, 6 Spring al 
Felger John, shoemaker, 139 Eislein 
Felger John M. shoemaker, 139 Eislein 
Feigner Edw'd L.clerk, Linden avnr Druid Hill 
FELGNER FREDERICK W. tobacco works, 
90 and 92 s Charles, dw Madison av, nr 
Northern av 
Felker Henry, pianomaker, cor Howard and 

Cross 
Felker Mrs. K. 25 Short 
Felkner Adam, hostler, 21 Preston 
Fell John, laborer, 14 Barnes 
Fell John, 227 Harford av 
Fell Mrs. Mary, 227 Harford av 
Felleng Geo. H. shoemaker, 35 Goodman al 
Feller Chas. cooper, s e cor Gough and Spring, 

dw 111 s Caroline 
Feller Chas. L. cooper. Ills Caroline 
Feller George, restaurant, 33 Bank 
Feller John, porter, Harrison, nr Elliott, Canton 
Fellheimer Jacob, millinery and fancy goods, 

31 n Howard 
Felling Henry, tailor, 121 n Bond 
Felling John, driver, 169 Cross 
Fellman John R. bookkeeper, 99 n Howard 
Fellrock Fred'k, rigger, 288 Aliceanua 
Fellser Mrs. huckstre'ss, Biddle al 
Fells George, carpenter, 154 Mulberry 
Felps Mrs. Mary, 190 George 
Fels Abraham, 5 n Mount 
Fels L. 5 n Mount 
Felsman Joseph, rectifier, 13 Fell 
Feltenheimer Mrs. C. 33 e Lombard 
Felter Conrad, laborer, 221 Battery av 
Felter Henry, driver, 196 Eastern av 
Felthousen Henry D. tinner, 271 Light 
Felthousen John H. tinner, 271 Light 
Felthousen Wm. H. tinner, 60 Hamburg 
Feltner Adam, laborer, 24 Abey al 
Feltner Louis, laborer, 80 Grindall 
Felwack Fred'k, rigger, 288 Aliceanna 
Female Christian Home, Mrs. Mary R. Ci«- 

sels, matron, 86 n Paca 
Feltro Henry, K. R. conductor, 67 President 
Femile Mrs. Margaret, 17 Preston 
Fenan Mrs. Margaret, 195 Preston 
Fenby Theodosia, dry goods, 137 n Gay 
Fendrich David, cooper, 183 Forrest 
Fendrick Chas. General Wayne hotel 
Fenge John, tailor, 231 s Paca 
Fenhagen Chas. D. clerk, 93 s Eden 
Fenhagen James C. (Whitelaw& F.) 93 s Eden 
Fenker Louis, shoemaker, 11 Park 
Fenne Bernard, blacksmith, 309 n Central av 
Fennell Maurice, clerk, B. & 0. R. 131 Columbia 
Fennell Thomas, painter, Jefferson, 5 doors e 

of Broadway 
Fennell Wesley, lumber agent, Union dock, 
• dw 42 Fawn 
Fennell Wm. clerk, 42 Fawn 
Fenneman Ferdinand, grocerv, 371 e Baltimore 
Fenneraan John T. salesman, 36 s Poppleton 
Fenneman Susanna, groceries and provisions, 

36 s Poppleton 
Fenner Benjamin P. sec'y Md. Marble Co., dw 

175 w Lombard 
Fenner George, shoemaker, 161 L. Greene 
Fenner Henry, shoemaker, 235 Hamburg 



Fenner Henry, police, 23 Peach al 
Fenner Jacob, wagoner, rear 19 Calverton rd 
Fenner John H. shoemaker, 96 Hillen 
Fenon Matthew, blacksmith, 22 Harford av 
Fensley Wm. boots and shoes, 141 sBroadway, 

dw 2 n Ann 
Fenton Aaron, (Drakeley k F.) 307 w Fayette 
Fenton Mrs. Ann, Clinton n of Boston 
Fenton John J. coachmk'r,76 Centre Market sp 
Fenton Wm. laborer, 36 Bennett 
Fenwick Mrs. Ann, 56 n Dallas 
Fen wick Henry A. bookkeeper, Nat. Bank of 

Baltimore, 44 Franklin 
Fenzel Frank, tailor, 383 Penna av 
Fenzel Mary Ann, dry goods, 383 Penna av 
Ferbee Capt. Napoleon, mariner, 181 William 
Ferciot Peter, wine and com. merch., 1 Centre 

Market sp, dw 17 Courtland 
Ferciot Sophia, fluting and crimping, 17 Court- 
land 
Ferdhause Everhart L. salesman, 48 Josephine 
Fergel Martin, laborer, 4 Gist nr Canton av 
Ferguson Mrs. Ann, 45 Marion 
Ferguson Arabella, 85 Hollins 
Ferguson Archibald D. grocery, 232 w Biddle 
Ferguson Mrs. Caroline, 217 St. Paul 
Ferguson Colin B. clerk, 76 Hill 
Ferguson Mrs. Elizabeth, 284 w Fayette 
FERGUSON, GEHRING & CO. (R. F., J. G. 
Gehring, W. F. Bevan,) steam turning 
works, 51 Clay 
Ferguson Geo. C. shoemaker, 208 e Lombard 
Ferguson George H., 217 St. Paul 
Ferguson James, brickmaker, 656 Light 
Ferguson James L carpenter, 117 Hollins 
Ferguson James A. police, 45 Marion 
Ferguson James P. clerk, rear 86 s Charles 
FERGUSON J. D. attorney, 32 Law buildings, 

dw Gilmor house 
FERGUSON J.HENRY, real estate broker, 80 

w Fayette, dw 141 Park 
Ferguson J. Henry, jr., clerk, 141 Park 
Ferguson John, grocer, n e cor Brune and 

Franklin 
Ferguson John, police, 8 Lemmon 
FERGUSON MATTHEW, 255 n Charles 
P'erguson Nehemiah, 165 Orleans 
Ferguson Robert, conductor, 15 w Biddle 
FergHson Robert, (F., Gehring & Co.)296 nGay 
Ferguson Mrs. Rhoda, 112 s Chester 
Ferguson Thos. agent, N. C. R., 86 s Charles 
Ferguson T. G. carpenter, 154 n Spring 
Ferguson Wm. tinner, 17 s Republican 
Ferguson Wm. (Hamilton & F.) 123 Conway 
Ferguson Wm. carpenter. 111 Orleans 
Ferguson Wm. M. boilcrmakor, 263 e Madison 
Fergusson Charles, sr. (F., Tyson & Co.) 232 

n Eutaw 
Fergusson Charles, jr. clerk, 232 n Eutaw 
Fergusson Hugh H. machinist, 55 e Madison 
Fergusson Margaret, boarding, 55 e Madison 
FERGUSSON, TYSON k CO. (C. Fergusson, 
H. G. Tyson, A.J. Palmer,) wholesale gro- 
cers and com. mcrch'ts, 121 w Lombard 
Fernan Bernard, cooper, 184 Gough 
Fernandis Dr. George G., 59 w. Fayette 
Fernandis Walter, jr. attorney, 59 w Fayette, 

dw 13 n Carey 
Fernhaher George, laborer, 14 Fountain 
Fcrnheimer Samuel, hutcher, 188 Aliceanna 
Fernou Adelbert, silverplater, 253 West 
Ferrec Alex, shoemaker, 165 L. Greene 



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Ferrandini Cipriano, hairdresser, Calvert, un- 
der Barnum's hotel, dw 250 e Baltimore 
Ferreck Peter, laborer, rear 17 Front n of 

Foundry 
Ferrell Elisha, iron moulder, Clinton nr Boston 
Ferrell Mrs. Mary, 253 e Pratt 
Ferrell Capt. Thomas, mariner, 253 e Pratt 
Ferris Thos. barometer maker, 105 n Spring 
Ferris Wm. H. ( J. D. Pope & Co.) 13 s Howard 
Ferry Daniel, carpenter, 1 31 n High 
Ferry John W. carpenter, 84 s Carey 
Ferry John, 43 Lee 

Ferry Wm. S. clerk, s e cor Fayette and Re- 
publican 
Fersch Mrs. Elizabeth, grocery, 341 s Howard 
Ferst Adam L. laborer, 401 Canton av 
Ferst Frank A. weigher, 108 s Chapel 
Fesler Edward A., 352 Aisquith 
Fesler Israel, conductor, 59 s Schroeder 
Fesler, Louis, tavern, 188 Canton av 
Fessman Philip, confectioner, 9 L. Gough 
Festenberg Levi, merchant, 18 n High 
Fester John, laborer, 61 Harford av 
Festerman Charles F. provisions, n w cor Or- 
leans and Dallas 
Fetherston Henry F. clothing manuf. over 168 

w Baltimore, dw 46 n Liberty 
Fetter Martin, tailor, 38 n Holliday 
Fetter Zecharias, jeweler, 11 n Frederick 
Fetsch John T. (Emory & F.) 337 s Charles 
Fetsch Valentine, tanner, 81 Watson 
Fette Henry, boot and shoemaker, 58^ n How- 
ard, dw 18 Warner 
Fetters John F. carpenter, 150 Canton av 
Feuchter Jos. shoemaker, 152 Eastern av 
Feuerbaura John, tavern, 13 w Second 
Feuerestine Lewis, cooper, 59 Johnson 
Feuillan & Dandelet, (J. Feuillan, F. Dande- 
let, ) French dyers and scourers, 124 n 
Howard 
Feuillan Jno.(F.& Dandelet,) 124 n Howard 
Feuss Henry 0. bookkeeper, 162 s Paca 
Feuss Mrs. Helen, 162 s Paca 
Fey Frederick, tailor, 4 n Wolfe 
Ficht A. confectioner, 21 n Paca 
Fick August M.(F. & Berger and Berger& Co.) 

182 Mulberry 
Fick & Berger, (A. H. F., J. Berger,) bottling 

establishment, 22 Thames 
Fick Charles F., 89^ Camden 
Fick George A. shoemaker, 104 Cross 
Fick J. Chas. porter, 88 s Bethel 
Fickenger John, laborer, 125 n Spring 
Fickey A. J. salesman, 182 w Baltimore 
FICKEY FRED'K, jr., adjuster of averages 
and Ins. Broker, 8 Md Building, Second, dw 
83 n Liberty 
Fickey Frederick, sr. 83 n Liberty 
Fickey John H. restaurant, 182 Pearl 
Fickey W. H. ins. broker, 83 n Liberty 
Fickus Chas. laborer, 26 n Dallas 



Fidler Michael, laborer, 288 Eastern av 

Fieck Adam, foreman, 29 s Paca 

Fiege Christian, cigarraaker, 179 s Bond 

Fiege Henry, grocery, cor Boston and Clinton 

Field Abiathar, 309 w Lombard 

Field Mrs. Abiathar W. 4 Hollins 

Field Alexander C. clerk, 25 s Bond 

Field Henry, laborer, 171 s Caroline 

Field John A. jr. (at Hamilton Easter & Sons) 

Huntingdon av 
Field Mitchell B. storage warehouse, 118 

Spear's wharf, dw 25 s Bond 
Field M. B. & Co. (M. B. Field) flour, grain 

and feed, 19 w Lombard 
Field Mitchell B. (M. B. F. & Co.) 25 s Bond 
Field Samuel M. dentist, 117 n Charles, dw 

Merchants hotel 
Field Wm. mariner, 216 e Pratt 
Fieldings Josephine, 163 Eastern av 
Fields Captain A. B. 243 e Fayette 
Fields Alex. H. brass finisher, 46 Liberty al 
Fields Charles, cardriver, 35 s Durham 
Fields Caroline, 35 s Durham 
Fields & Gilmore, (James Fields, Richard 

Gilmore) merchant tailors, 81 Thames 
Fields James, jr. moulder, 62 Mullikin 
Fields J. Edward, machinist, n e cor Lombard 

and Chester 
Fields Jas. pilot, n e cor Lombard and Chester 
Fields Mrs. Mary, seamstress, 46 Liberty al 
Fields James, cooper, 95 n Caroline 
Fields James, (Fields & Gilmore) cor Lombard 

and Chester 
Fields James W. paper hanger, 95 n Caroline 
Fields John, hackdriver, 129 n Front 
Fields John, clerk, 669 w Fayette 
Fields John, wagoner, 15 L McElderry 
Fields Joseph K. mariner, n ecor Lombard and 

Chester 
Fields Rebecca, 180 Lemmon al 
Fields Thompson, police, 150 n Exeter 
Fields Virginia, 33 New Church 
Fields Wm H. wheelwright, 135 s Fremont, 

dw 206 s Paca 
Fields WmM. sheet iron worker 126 n Bond 
Fienhold Wm. coachmaker, 153 s Charles 
Fienne Margaret, housekeeper, 311 Aisquith 
Fier Sebastian, laborer 326 n Republican 
Fierheller Godfrey, baker, 22 Thompson 
Fifer Archibald S. engineer, 282 n Eutaw 
Fifer Christopher, engineer, 236 n Howard 
Fifer Mrs. George, 355 Cathedral 
Fifer Geo. F. machinist, 355 Cathedral 
Fifer Godfrey, (Fifer & Wix) 80 Mound 
Fifer Jacob, stone quarries, 357 Cathedral 
Fifer Nicholas, coachtrimmer, 355 Cathedral 
Fifer & Wix, (G. Fifer, H. A. Wix,) coach 

makers, 50 German 
Fifer Robt. S. fireman N. C. R. 282 n Eutaw 
Fifer Wm. T. stone quarries, 357 Cathedral 
Figdor J. (Frohlich &Figdor) 216 s Broadway 
Figgs Catherine, 159 Eastern av 
Figgs Wm. J. mariner, 42 James la 
Filbert George, shoemaker, 388 n Gay 
Filbert Michael, groceries and butter, 384 n Gay 
Filbert Miles, laborer, 11 Hull 
Filbin Patrick, laborer, 174 Vine 
Filbin Patrick, laborer, 98 Chesapeake 
File George, watchman, 158 Henrietta 
Files Joseph, huckster, 12 Fish Market space 
Files William, laborer, 242 s Broadway 
Files William, ship carpenter, 33 Cambridge 



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Filling Edward, boxmaker, 224 Dover 
Filling Frederick, laborer. 35 Scott 
Filling Henry, finisher, 692 w Pratt 
Filling John, laborer,, 246 s Sharp 
Fillinger John M. collector, 23 Orchard 
Filliuger Mrs. Mary M. 3 Columbia 
Finan Patrick, laborer, 110 West 
Finch Geo. J. bookbinder, Jlosher nr Park av 
Finch James, cigarmaker, 28 Orleans 
Finch John, bricklayer, 65 n Poppleton 
Finch John W. fisherman, 387 s Eutaw 
Finch Mary Ann, shoebinder, 101 Jefferson 
Finch \Vm". W. salesman, 65 n Poppleton 
Finck A. tailor, 156 Stirling 
Finck Henry, cabinetmaker, 317 Eastern av 
Finck John'H. printer, 62 Front n of Foundry 
Fincknauer Wm. grocer, 270 n Eutaw 
Fincknauer Wm. R. clerk, 270 n Eutaw 
Findlay Charles, cotton mercht, 79 w Centre 
Findley John V. L. attorney, Courtland 4 

doors n of Lexington, dw 223 Linden av 
Findling Wm. tailor, 467 Saratoga 
Finegan John, marble polisher, 104 Franklin 
Finering John, huckster, 22 Concord 
Finerty Thomas, laborer, 31 Foster al 
Finlay Mrs. J. 134 n Pine 
Finley Mrs. Ann, 4 President 
Fink Adam, tailor, 62 Preston 
Fink Adam, cabinetmaker, 461 n Gay 
FINK, BROTHER & CO. (Joseph Fink, H. S. 
Fink, R. Woods,) grocers and com. merchts. 
s w cor Franklin and Eutaw 
Fink Bernard, laborer, 206 s Wolfe 
Fink Charles, tailor, Chapel nr Fayette 
Fink Mrs. Clementine, 87 s Sharp 
Fink Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 91 5 -nv Pratt 
Fink Edward, boatman, 324 s Dallas 
Fink Ernst, tailor, 62 Preston 
Fink George, mariner, 232 s ( astle 
Fink George, turner, 175 Raborg 
Fink George, tailor, 18 Walker 
Fink Henry, laborer, 232 s Castle 
Fink Henry, tailor, 299 Canton av 
Fink Henry, laborer, 96 s Wolfe 
Fink Henry, driver, 2 McHenry 
Fink Henry S. (Fink, Bro. &Co.) 110 n Greene 
Fink Henry, lubricating oil, 84 Park av * 
Fink Herman, cabinetmaker, 37 Albemarle 
Fink Jacob, shoemaker, 28 Warner 
Fink Joseph, carpenter, 197 n Fremont 
Fink Jos. (F., McSherry & Co.) 221 Franklin 
Fink Joseph, (Fink, Bro. & Co.) 221 Franklin 
Fink Julius, cigarmaker, 175 e Lombard 
Fink Mrs. Margaret, tobacconist, 175 e Lombard 
Fink, McSherry &Co. (J. Fink, J. A. McSher- 
ry, H. S. Fink, J. Harley, ) props, merchants 
sugar refinery, Buchanan's wharf 
Fink Peter, (Paulus, F. &Co.) 36L McElderry 
Fink Samuel, shoemaker, 16 Orleans 
Fink William, tailor, 62 Preston 
Fink Wm. L. shoemaker, 146 e Lombard 
Fink Wm. laborer, 232 s ^laslle 
Fink Wilhclm,(Paulus,F.&Co.) 36 McElderry 
Fink Wm. laborer, 393 Canton av 
Finke Frederick, varnisher, 247 s Paca 
Finke John, painter, 159 William 
Finke Mrs. Margaret, 247 s Paca 
Finke Mrs. Mary, 211 s Eutaw 
Finkeldey Henry J. currier, 145 Hamburg 
Finknauer John, butcher, 6 Fulton nr Pratt 
Finley James J. liquors, 317 Druid Hill av 
FINLEY JOHN F. clerk, 206 Franklin 



Finley Kate, U. S. hotel 

Finley Robt. S. (F. B. Loney & Co.) Fountain 

hotel 
Finley Thos. shoemaker, 67 Granby 
Finn Cornelius, foundryman, 191 s Chester 
Finn David, laborer, rear 169 s Central av 
Finn Mrs. Ellen, boarding, 166 s Central av 
Finn Jeremiah, laborer, over 6 Bank 
Finn John, laborer, 20 Addison 
Finn John, tailor and scourer, 65 Bank 
Finn Michael, laborer, 139 Peirce 
Finn Patrick, foundryman, 191 s Chester 
Finn Patrick, carter, 45 President 
Finn Thomas, laborer, 4 Bank 
Finnall Wm. 58 Richmond 
Finnan Bernard, grocer, 104 n Calvert 
Finnan Bridget, seamstress, 120 Harford av 
Finnan Patrick, grocery, 31 Harford av 
Finnegan Bernard, laborer, 24 Neighbor 
Finnegan Mrs. Ellen, 42 Valley 
Finnegan Henry, assistant keeper penitentiary, ' 

975 w Baltimore 
Finnegan James, hackman, 39 Harrison 
Finnegan & Lynch, (0. Finnegan, M. Lynch,) 

wheelwrights and blacksmiths, 88 North 
Finnegan Lawrence, laborer, 4 e Centre 
Finnegan Lawrence, dry goods, 329 n Gay, 

dw 42 Valley 
Finnegan Jlichael, drayman, 164 n Front 
Finnegan Michael, horseshoer, 218 s Fremont 
Finnegan Michael, carpenter, 22 Orbit al 
Finnegan Owen, (F. & Lynch,) 174 L. Con- 
stitution 
Finnemann Ferd. grocery. Castle nr Baltimore 
Finnen Mrs. Mary, liquors. Cathedral ext. 
Finueren Martin, -tav'n, 39 Centre Market sp 
Finnerty Mrs. Johanna, conf'y, 77 Richmond 
Finnerty Mary A. laundress, near 84 Centre 

Market sp 
Finnessy \Vm. laborer, 49 President 
Finney Hugh, plumber, 291 e Madison 
Finnigan John, boilermaker, 71 Druid Hill av 
Pint Maggie, 493 w Pratt 
Finton John, porter, 159 Dover 
Finsterwald Henry, sec. hand clothing, 65 L. 

Church 
Finzel Bankratz, tailor, 88 Somerset 
Fiorillo Otto, (Wahl <|-F.) 225 s Broadway 
FIRE COMMISSIONERS OFFICE, 26 North 
Fire Department : 

Alpha No. 1, 16 u Paca 

Home No. 2, Barre near Sharp 

Comet No. 3, e Lombard nr High 

John Cushing No. 4, 26 North 

Thos. Swann No. 5, Ann betw Pratt and 

Gough 
Hope No. 6, intersection Gay and Ensor 
Baltimore No. 7, corner Eutaw, and Druid 

Hill av 
Hook and Ladder No. 1, Harrison nr Bal- 
timore 
Hook and Ladder No. 2, 18 n Paca 
Fire Inspector's office, Chas. T. Holloway, in- 

siiector, over 42 Second 
FIREMAN'S INSURANCE CO. OF BALTI- 
MORE, n e cor South and Second, Henry 
P. Duhurst, president— [»Scc^. 4 Advertise- 
ments.^ 
Firlc Rev. Joseph, 101 Saratoga 
Firman Mark, boilermaker, E.xcter nr Front 
Firmin Wm. liquors, 136 Eastern av, dw s w 
cor Biddle and Eutaw 



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WM. P. WEBB, Gen. Agent, 4 S. Holliday-st. 



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CO.MMISSIO.V MTRCIIANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKNTS FOR 

RoseMale Cement aiil Plaster, 

21 SPBAE'S WHARF. 



Firor Uriah S. carpenter and builder, 144 

Peirce, d\v 409 Lexington 
Firoved Benjamin K. clerk, 267 Hollins 
Firoved David, grocer, 232 Franklin 
Firoved John, grocer, 53 s Schroeder 
Firoved Mrs. Sarah, grocery, 267 Hollins 
First Congressional Church, Eutaw nr Hoffman 
First English Reformed Church, Aisquith near 

Jefferson 
First Evangelical Luth. Church, Lexington 

between Park and Howard 
First Marj, 297 s DurHam 
First Mrs. Mary, 63 s Durham 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 8 s Gay— [^ee 

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First Presbyterian Church Mission School, n 

w cor Druid Hill av and Dolphin 
First United Presbyterian Church, cor Madi- 
son av and Biddle 
Fischer Abaham, salesman, 132 Aisquith 
Fischer Alexander, collector, 39 McElderry 
Fischer Andrew, whitewasher, 201 s Wolfe 
Fischer Anthony, (F. & Rossmaessler, ) 49 n 

Gay 
Fischer August, stone cutter, 121 Low 
Fischer August, tailor, over 21s Gay 
Fischer Bernard, porter, rear 34 n Liberty 
Fischer Charles, tailor, 200 w Fayette 
Fischer Charles, laborer, cor Gist and Canton av 
Fischer Christiana, 60 Stiles 
Fischer Christof, carpenter, 60 e Lombard 
Fischer Conrad, laborer, 50 Stockolm 
Fischer Mrs. Elizabeth, grocery, 19 Rock 
Fischer Ernst, stave hoop poles and lumber, 

Eutaw nr Lee, dw 83 Grindall 
Fischer Erhardt, laborer, 299 Alice anna 
Fischer Ferdinand, shoemaker, 241 s Sharp 
Fiscber Francis M. stoves and tin ware, 14 w 

Lombard 
Fischer Francis, 219 Hanover 
Fischer Frederick, carpenter, 184 Lee 
Fischer Frederick, tinner, 293 e Eager 
Fischer Frederick, musician, 19 Rock 
Fischer Frederick, laborer, 151 Canton av 
Fischer Frederick, tin and sheet iron worker, 

14 w Lomliard 
Fischer Frederick J. tailor, 102 Somerset 
Fiscber George, mariner, 290 e Fayette 
Fischer George, shoemaker, 65 North 
Fischer George, cooper, 138 e Pratt 
Fischer George, tailor, 213 s Eutaw 
Fischer George, grocery, 89 n Eden 
Fischer George, shoemaker, 15 Stockton al 
Fischer Godfrey, tailor, 79 Bank 
Fischer Godfrc}', tailor, 68 Granby 
Fischer Gotleib, butcher, 422 Pennsylvania av 
Fischer Gotleib H. pork butcher, 56 Belair and 

46 Hanover markets, dw Point la 
Fischer Henry, barber, 9*0 s Eutaw 
Fischer Henry, cabinetmaker, 84 e Lombard 
Fischer Herman, wagoner, 152 Barre 



Fischer H. Philip, shoemaker, 235 Hollins 
Fischer John, coalheaver, 5 Herring ct 
Fischer John, tailor, 101 Orchard 
Fischer John, piano maker, 272 Hamburg 
Fischer John, pottery. Bond nr Bank 
Fischer John, wagoner. 111 Eastern av 
Fischer John C. grocery, 5 Harrison 
Fischer John G. tailor, 235 e Fayette 
Fischer Justus, sausage maker, 74 Camden 
Fischer Louis, wheelwright, 91 Chatsworth 
Fischer Louis, furniture wagon, 193 s Bethel 
FISCHER LOUIS C. attorney, 31 Lexington, 

dw 187 St. Paul 
Fischer Louis H. musician, 132 Aisquith 
Fischer Ludwig, tailor, 269 s Bond 
Fischer Nicholas, shoemaker, 445 Lexington 
Fischer Peter, shoemaker, 47 Penn 
Fischer & Rossmaessler, (A. Fischer, 0. Ross- 
maessler, ) German books and stationery, 49 

n Gay 
Fischer' Wm. tailor, 90 n Caroline 
Fischer Wm. blacksmith, 25 York, dw 83 

Henrietta 
Fischer Wm. sheet iron worker, 14 w Lombard 
Fischer Wm. butcher, 334 Pennsylvania av 
Fish Allen, laborer, 16 n Wolfe 
Fish Charles H. wheelwright, 4 Sterrett 
Fish George W. claim agt. 63 w Fayette, dw 

94 s Eden 
Fishack John, stone cutter, 275 Franklin 
Fishback Andrew, laborer, 132 McHenry 
Fishback Henry, laborer, 75 Grindall 
Fisher Abraham, clerk, 50 n Bond 
Fisher Abraham, salesman, 289 Lexington 
Fisher Albert, salesman, 102 n Gay 
Fisher Alfred J. (Fisher & Denison,) 64 w 

Baltimore 
Fisher Andrew, stonecutter, 121 Low 
Fisher Mrs. Ann, 220 n Caroline 
Fisher Anne B. 119 w Monument 
Fisher Asel, huckster, 107 s Washington 
FISHER BROTHERS & CO. (R. A. Fisher, 

R. D. Fisher, B. Wagner,) shipping and 

com. merchts. over 25 s Gay 
Fisher Casper, laborer, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Fisher Catherine, 129 Mulberry 
Fisher Mrs. Catherine, 8 Pearl 
Fisher Charles, laborer, 1 Ogston 
FISHER CHARLES, stove and tin ware, 92 

n Gay 
Fisher Charles, pianomaker, 253 s Sharp 
Fisher Charles, ship carpenter, 217 Light 
Fisher Charles D. clerk, 193 n Howard 
Fisher Chas. 0. furniture wagon, 163 Conway 
Fisher Conrad, cooper, 892 w Pratt 
Fisher Daniel, tailor, 8 Pearl 
Fisher & Denison, (Alfred J. Fisher, Thomas 

H. Denison,) booksellers and publishers, 64 

w Baltimore 
Fisher Elizabeth, tavern, 200 Canton av 
Fisher Emanuel, dry goods, 105 n Eden 

FISHER EMIL, Dyeing and Scour- 
ing, 139 w Fayette street. 

Fisher Frank, prof of music, 167 Mulberry 
Fisher Frederick, laborer, 122 Greenmount av 
Fisher Frederick, 125 s Spring 
Fisher Frederick, tailor, 8 Chesnut al 
Fisher George, bricklayer, 892 w Pratt 



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Fisher George W. (John T. Mitchell & Co.) 

56 Aisquith 
Fisher Geo. W. 167 Druid Hill av 
Fisher Geo. W. (Sprigg & F.) 55 Columbia 
Fisher Harry (Wm. Fisher & Sons,) n e cor 

St. Paul and Eager 
Fisher Henry, marble dresser, 43 e Monument 
Fisher Henry, clerk, 50 n Bond 
Fisher Henry, butcher, Winderling row 
Fisher Henry A. cabinetmaker, 84 e Lombard 
Fisher Isaac, clerk, 50 n Bond 
Fisher Isaac, laborer, 11 McHenry ext 
Fisher James I. 32 Pleasant 
Fisher James M. clerk, 11 Barnet 
Fisher J. Harmanus, (Wm. Fisher & Sons,) St. 

Paul 1 door n of Eager 
Fisher John, brakesman, 12 Valley 
Fisher John, engineer, 217 s Bethel 
Fisher John, bookbinder, 174 Peirce 
Fisher John, confectioner, 12 Diamond 
Fisher John, sawyer, 197 s Bethel 
Fisher John, carman, 970 w Baltimore 
Fisher John, tailor, 5 New Church 
Fisher John, laborer, 62 McKim 
Fisher John A. shoemaker, 4 Comet 
Fisher John C. paperhanger, 132 Peirce 
Fisher John M. laborer. Falls road nr tollgate 
Fisher John M. laborer, 170 Ramsay 
Fisher Jno. W. (F. & Newton,) 366 Lexington 
Fisher Joseph, driver, 30 May 
Fisher Joseph, laborer, 101 Mound 
Fisher Joseph, woodsawyer, 1 Belair al 
Fisher Joseph, confectionery, 169 Hughes 
Fisher Mrs. K. 108 s Eutaw 
Fisher Kunigunda, 332 e Lombard 
Fisher Leonard, laborer, Falls road nr tollgate 
Fisher Louisa, confectionery, 18 e Baltimore 
Fisher Martin, moulder, 259 n Dallas 
Fisher Mary, 119 w Monument 
Fisher Mrs. Mary, cake stand Hanover market, 

dw 192 Conway 
Fisher Moritz, salesman, 34 n Eutaw 
Fisher & Newton, (Jno. W. F., I. Newton)car- 

penters, 295 Raborg 
Fisher Otto, hair dresser, 62 s Eutaw 
Fisher Parks, (W.Fisher & Sons)44 Courtland 
Fisher Rich'd D.(F., Bros. & Co.) n w cor St. 

Paul and Pleasant 
Fisher Robt. A. (F., Bros. & Co.) 32 Pleasant 
Fisher Sarah, 55 Columbia 
Fisher Mrs. Sarah A. 234 Montgomery 
Fisher Sam'l P. conductor, 454 w Lombard 
Fisher Walter A. F. clerk, 167 Druid Hill av 
FISHER WM. ^ SONS, (J. H., H., and Parks 

Fisher) stock brokers, 32 South 
Fisher Wm. H. printer, 115 n Front 
Fisher Wm. L. salesman. Mansion house 
Fisher Wm. L. clerk, 191 Druid Hill av 
Fisher Wm. II. tobacconist, n w cor Greene 

and Lexington, dw31 n Pine 
Fisher Wm. A. (Marshall & F.) 130 St. Paul 
Fisher Wm. J. sailniaker, 42 Henrietta 
Fisher Wm. T. corpenter, 375 Franklin 
Fisher Wm. huckster, 205 s Broadway 
Fisher Wilton, machinist, 58 s Poppleton 
Fishlage George, iron ore mines, 130 s Fremont 
Fishpaugii Edward, 206 w Pratt 
Fishpaugh Henry, farmer, 206 w Pratt 
Fishpaugh Margaret, 206 w Pratt 
Fishpaugii Rebecca A. huckstress, 206 w Pratt 
Fisk Azariah, saddler, 79 s Fremont 
Fislein John (Ewald .^ F.) 315 s Bond 



Fitch John E. 180 n Eden 
Fitch Mrs. Mary L. 121 Saratoga 
Fitchett Dixon, shipcarpenter, 221 Light 
Fitchett Margaret, 8 Brannan ct 
Fitchett Margaret, saleswoman, 104 w Fayette 
FITEMAN (Feichtman) S. housefurnishing 
goods,china, stoves and tinware, 80 n Eutaw 
Fitschen John, shoemaker, 10 Ramsaj' 
Fitser Jonathan, carpenter, 172 McHenry 
Fitts Bernard, laborer, Clinton nr Chesapeake 

furnace. Canton 
Fitz Charles J. silverplater, 12 w Madison 
Fitz James, laborer, 2 Armistead la 
Fitzberger Henry, locksmith and bell hanger, 

102 Lexington 
Fitzberger Martin, cooper, 72 Bank 
Fitzenberry Henry, porter, 96 Leadenhall 
FITZGERALD, BOOTH & CO. (R. B. F.,W. 
Booth) com. and ship'g merchants, 6 s Gay 
Fitzgerald Mrs. Clara N. 394 West 
Fitzgerald David, clerk, 17 s Regester 
Fitzgerald Edward, clerk, 63 Courtland 
Fitzgerald Edwin, agent Wa. & Tenn. Air Line 
Rail way, office 125 w Baltimore, dw 63 Court- 
land 
Fitzgerald Geo. W. ropemaker, Harford av ex 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, 184 Ramsay 
Fitzgerald James H. clerk, 249 n Eden 
Fitzgerald James J. pictures, &c. 80^ Hanover 
Fitzgerald Jeremiah, clerk, over 89 McElderry 

wharf 
Fitzgerald John, silver polisher, 12 w Madison 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, 76 s Republican 
Fitzgerald John, tavern, 67 Thames 
Fitzgerald Jeffrey, laborer, 15 Hull 
Fitzgerald Martin, sheetiron worker,31 w Lom- 
bard 
Fitzgerald Mary Ann, tailoress, 94 n Caroline 
Fitzgerald Michael, moulder, 21 e Madison 
Fitzgerald cj- Moale, (T. B. F., F. L. Moale) 
gold, stocks, bonds and foreign exchange, 
23 South 
Fitzgerald Richard B. (F., Booth & Co.) 190 

Franklin 
Fitzgerald Stephen, carpenter, 139 Forrest 
Fitzgerald Thomas, laborer, 95 s Wolfe 
Fitzgerald Thomas, carpenter, 151 Raborg 
Fitzgerald Thomas A. police, 67 n Poppleton 
Fitzgerald Thos. B. (F. & Moale) 86 Franklin 
Fitzgerald Thomas A. police, 100 n Fremont 
Fitzgerald Wm. H. bookkeeper, 16 n Eutaw 
Fitzgerald Wm. F. engineer, 490 Light 
Fitzgerald Wm. F. clerk, IG n Eutaw 
Fitzgibbons Patrick, laborer, 203 s Chester 
Fitzhugh A. W. clerk. Miller's hotel 
Fitzmorris Walter, laborer, 41 York 
Fitzpatrick Mrs. Ann, liquors, 98 Albemarle 
Fitzpatrick Bernard, carter, 61 n Exeter 
Fitzpatrick Bridget, 7 L. Second 
Fitzpatrick Bridget, 12 w Foundry 
Fitzpatrick Bridget, grocery, 104 Dolphin 
Fitzi)atrick Catherine, diessm'r, 28S n Howard 
Fitzpatrick Edward, laborer, 147 Dover 
Fitzpatrick Edward B. laborer, 331 Harford av 
Fitzpatrick Mrs. Eliza, boarding, 15 n Front 
Fitzpatrick Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, 430 e 

Monument 
Fitzpatrick Mrs. Honora, 70 w Biddle 
Fitzpatrick Hugh, porter, 9 Low 
Fitzpatrick Hugh, laborer, McKim nr Neighbor 
Fitzijatrick Hugh, wagoner, 9 Low 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, 27 w Chase 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Fitzpatrick Jeremiah, laborer, 179 Vine 
Fitzpatrick John, telegraphist, 29 Hillea 
Fitzpatrick John W. laborer, 6 Armistead la 
Fitzpatrick John, laborer, 146 Dover 
Fitzpatrick John, stonecutter, 84 e Madison 
Fitzpatrick John, laborer, 47 York 
Fitzpatrick John, bricklaj'er, 466 Light 
Fitzpatrick Joseph, clerk, 15 n Front 



FITZPATRICK M. & CO., Auction 
and Commission Merchants, 166 
west Baltimore street, next door 
to Adams Express Co., Baltimore 
Md. Sales Day or Evening to suit 
Consignors. Consignments of all 
and every description of Goods, 
Wares and Merchandise respect- 
fully Solicited. Liberal Cash Ad- 
vances. Sales Promptly Settled. 
Out-door Sales of Furniture, Mer- 
chandise, Stocks, Real Estate, &c. 
promptly attended to on the most 
favorable terms, in all sections of 
the city and adjacent country. 
N. B.— All Sales Strictly on Com- 
mission. Charges Moderate. 

Fitzpatrick Mrs. Margaret, 29 Hillen 
Fitzpatrick Mrs. Mary, 261 Forrest 
Fitzpatrick Jlrs. Mary, 1 Druid Hill av 
Fitzpatrick Michael, (M. F. & Co.) Fountain 

hotel 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, boilermaker, 504 w Pratt 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, laborer. 12 Liberty al 
Fitzpatrick Peter, liquors, 197 Cathedral 
Fitzpatrick Peter, huckster, 103 Harford av 
Fitzpatrick Philip, laborer, 123 Chesapeake 
Fitzpatrick Susan, 6 Hawk 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, canmaker, Westnr Light 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, laborer, 70 Warner 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, wagoner, 110 s Howard 
Fitzpatrick Wm. laborer, 305 William 
Fitzpatrick Wm., St. John house 
Fitzsimins & Eden, (James F., James Eden) 

saddletree makers, 5 and 7 w Fayette 
Fitzsimins James,. (F. & Eden) 5 w Fayette 
Fitzsimmons Christopher, laborer, 166 Lee 
Fitzsimraons James, laborer, 160 L Greene 
Fitzsimmons Mary, 5 Hollins 
Fitzsimmons Rich'd, bocKtmaker,over 83 North 
Fitzsimmons Wm. clerk, 27 Light 
Fix Charles, restaurant, 67 w Fayette, dw 16^ 

n Charles 
Fizone Jacob F. milk, 472 Penna av 
Flack George N. butcher, 80 Centre market, 

dw York road, nr Greenmount cemetery 



Flack David H. rectifier, 168 w Lombard 
Flack Geo. W. (Lentz & F.) 142 Mulberry 
Flack Geo. W. jr. clerk, 142 Mulberry 
Flack H. H. (T. J. F. & Sons) 168 w Lombard 
Flack Jas. W. (T. J. F. ^ Sons) 25 s High 
Flack Joseph, blacksmith, 14 Lemmon 
Flack Mrs. Martha A. 40 Lanvale 
FLACK THOS. J. & SONS, (T. J., J. W. 
and H. H. Flack, )wholesale liquors, 52 South 
Flack Thos. J. (T. J. Flack & Sons,) pres't 

Asso. Firemen's Ins. Co., 168 w Lombard 
Fladung Bernard, lager beer, 150 Low 
Flager Lewis, laborer, 370 Ostend 
Flagg Geo. W. engraver, 28 n Caroline 
Flagg George W. engraver, 12 Chatsworth 
Flagge Mrs. C. dressmaker, 18 Walsh est 
Flaharty Thomas, watchman, 839 w Pratt 
Flaharty Wm. E. carpenter, over 3 n Sharp, 

dw 31 n Eden 
Flaherty Andrew J. police, 323 Eastern av 
Flaherty Bartholomew, tavern, 106 s Howard 
Flaherty Bartholo'w, laborer, 19 Armistead la 
Flaherty Edw'd, laborer, 48 Aibemarle 
Flaherty Edw'd, wharf builder and sparmaker, 

24 s Ann 
Flaherty Edw'd F., magistrate, 258| s Broad- 
way, dw 30 Bennett 
Flaherty Mrs. Elizabeth, 121 Bank 
Flaherty Francis, ship carpenter, 30 Bennett 
Flaherty James, laborer, 355 Columbia 
Flaherty James, police, cor Bank and Chester 
Flaherty James, laborer, 19 Armistead la 
Flaherty John, laborer, 220 Preston 
Flaherty John, grocery, 119 s Chester 
Flaherty John A. printer, 423 w Fayette 
Flaherty John, carter, 75 Front n of Foundry 
Flaherty John, carpenter, 133 Gough 
Flaherty Michael, laborer, 98 Peach al 
Flaherty Michael, carpenter, 26 n Wolfe 
Flaherty Matthias, laborer, 136 Vine 
Flaherty Patrick H. painter, over s w cor Cal- 
vert and Centre, dw 48 e Eager 
Flaherty Pat'k, laborer, 79 Front n of Foundry 
Flaherty Peter, laborer, 199 Ramsay 
Flaherty Stephen, laborer, 135 s Chester 
Flaherty Thomas, 30 Bennett 
Flaherty Thos. ship carpenter, 197 s Chester 
FLAMM GEORGE & CO., (Geo. Flamm, A. 
Oberndorf, ) oyster and fruit packers, n e 
cor Hughes and William 
Flamm George H. cigar maker, 32 Holland 
Flamm Geo. (G. Flamm & Co.) 57 William 
Flamm John, shoemaker, Winan's dist'y foot 

of Light 
Flamm Magdalena, confectioner, 88 Le.\ington 
Flamm Mrs. Magdalena, grocery, 32 Holland 
Flamm Peter, confectioner, 88 Lexington 
Flamm Wm. baker, 72 e Fayette 
Flanigan George, mariner, 334 s Bond 
Flanigan John, carpenter, 77 n Fremont 
Flanigan James, drayman, 52 King 
Flanigan Lawrence G. oysterman, 6 Be van 
Flanigan Mich.,clerk, cor Baltimore and Charles 
Flanigan Patrick, carter, 125 Albemarle 
Flanigan Patrick, laborer, 6 Bevan 
Flannagau Andrew, mariner, 70 n Eden 
Flannagan James, carpenter, 77 Lee 
Flannagan John, engineer, 4 Mott 
Flannagau Pat'k, tailor, over 113 McElderry's 

wharf 
Flannagan Mrs. R. 70 n Eden 
Flannary Honora, «lressmaker, 290 Lexington 



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Flannarj; James, laborer, 36 Biddle al 
Flannaiy John, cellar digger, 15 Alosher 
Flannery Frank. J. plasterer', 156 Division 
Flannerj James, machinist, 210 German 
Flannery John A. plaster, 9 Townsend 
Flannery iMichael, laborer, 27 Booth 
Flannery Patrick, carter, 65 s Oregon 
Flannery Patrick, carter, 15 Mosher 
Flannery Patrick, laborer, 372 Ostend 
Flannigan Andrew, mariner, 157 s Paca 
Flanuigan Andrew, jr., druggist, .■!9 Garden 
Flannigan Dennis, driver, 52 King 
Flannigan Ellen, 19 Ilillen 
Flannigan James, driver, 52 King 
Flannigan James, driver, 90 e Aladison 
Flannigan John, laborer, Jackson ct nr Saratoga 
Flannigan Luke, laborer, 6 Hubbard al 
Flannigan Michael, laborer, 19 Hillcn 
Flannigan Martin, laborer, 6 w Centre 
Flannigan Patrick, carter, 41 e Eager 
Flannigan Thomas, coachman, 59 Hillen 
Flartzing Philip, lager beer, 315 e Madison 
Flashell John, moulder, 76 Lancaster 
Flashell Wm. H. 'moulder, 46 s Bond 
Flater Samuel, milkman, 544 Light 
Flaunlacker Samuel, clothier, 27 Aisquith 
Flaxcomb Chas. H. (Wm. Hoffman & Co.) 8 n 

Schroeder 
Flaxcomb AVm. C. engineer, 8 n Schroeder 
Flaut Joseph T. carpenter, 58 Dolphin 
Flayhart Joshua, carpenter, 208 Forrest 
Flayhart Mrs. Mary, 208 Forrest 
Flatley Patrick, laborer, 61 s Oregon 
Flatley Bernard, laborer, 61 s Oregon 
Flecher Mrs. Mary, JeflTerson nr Broadway 
Fleck Jacob, tinner, 207 s Eutaw 
Fleck John,laborer,Belairav nr Bal to. cemetery 
Fleckenschildt Henry, laborer, 84 s Bethel 
Fleckenstein Adam, cooper, 106 s Durham 
Fleckenstein Thomas, clerk, 89i^ Camden 
Fleckenstein Louis, lager beer, 69 n Gay 
Fleckenstein Peter, laborer, 167 e Lombard 
Fleckensteine John, tailor, 81 Somerset 
Fleckenstine Andreas, laborer, 188 s Ann 
Fleckenstine John, laborer, 106 s Durham 
Fleckenschult J. laborer, 61 President 
Fleehearty Hugh, officer at Penitentiary,' 214 e 

Madison 
Fleehearty Jane, teacher, 214 e Madison 
Fleehearty John T. clerk, 214 e Madison 
Fledderman & Holtman,' (H. G. Fledderman, 

Henry Holtman, ) tailors, 44 n Howard 
Fedderman H. G.(F. & Holtman)164 Saratoga 
Fleger Sylvester, blacksmith, 178 s Caroline 
Fleharty Michael, laborer, 209 Preston 
Fleischell John F. painter, 40 Warner 
Fleischell John A. moulder, Lancaster near 

Broadway 
Fleischell VV. moulder, 342 e Lombard 
Fleischer Andrew, carp'r, Payson nr Lombard 
Fleischer Barbara, dry goods, 233 Eastern av 
Fleischer Emanuel E. (E. Fleischer & Bro.)167 

Saratoga 
Fleischer E. & Bro. (E. Fleischer, S. Fleischer) 

furn'g goods and notions, 234 w Baltimore 
Fleischer Fred'k, laborer, 204 Eastern av 
Fleischers. (E. Fleischer & Bro.) 167 Saratoga 
Fleischer Wm. C. baker, 35 s Bethel 
Fleischman Adam, tailor, 96 Sarah Ann 
Fleischman (Jeorge, shoemaker, 92 s Regester 
Fleischman George, shoemaker, 305 n Gay 
Fleischman John \V. laborer, 54 s Regester 



Fleischman Jno. lab'r, 29 Fremont nrPeunaav 
Fleischman John, shoemaker, 323 n Central av 
Fleischman John, tailor, 8 Anthony 
Fleischman Moses, butcher, 41 Fell's Point 

market, dw 110 s Wolfe 
Fleischman Philip, laborer, 34 Aliceanna 
Fleischman Sebastian, shoemaker, 305 n Gay 
Fleisheimer Benjamin, clerk, 91 Orleans 
Fleming Douglas, blacksmith, 15 Pearl 
Fleming Henry, laborer, 18 Baker 
Fleming Henry, oyster and fruit packer, Boa- 
ton nr Burke, dw 142 n Charles 
Fleming Mrs. Dr. J. P. 122 n Greene 
Fleming Robert B. clerk, 137 w Madison 
Fleming Sara'l B. plumber, 137 w Madison 
Flemming Chas. H. book'per, 319 e Monument 
Flemming Charles, confectioner, 226 Cross 
Flemming Mrs. Catherine, 40 Hillen 
Flemming F. A. brewer, 1 e Lombard 
Flemming H. K. clerk, 142 Lexington 
Flemming John, 9 Brannan ct 
Flemming Mrs. Lizzie A. boarding, 142 Lex- 
ington 
Fleinming John T. laborer, 682 w Pratt 
Flemming Michael, laborer, 12 Stiles 
Flemming Mrs. Margaret, tavern, 43 Centre 

Market sp 
Flemming Thomas, laborer, 1 Orbit al 
Flemming Wm. F. 126 n Caroline 
Flemming Wm. trader, 355 e Lombard 
Flemming Wm. tavern, 24 w Lombard 
Flemming Wm. laborer, 3 Slemmer al 
Flemming Wm. H. barkeeper, 319 e Monument 
Flemming Wm. H. barkeeper, 97 Albemarle 
Flentje Fred'k W. musical instrument maker, 

258 n Gay 
Flerlege John B. laborer, 146 Stirling 
Flersheimer Aaron, clerk, 91 Orleans 
Flersheimer Benjamin, 91 Orleans 
Flershman Susanna, grocery, 213 Eastern av 
Flescher Julius, clerk, 145 Hill 
Flescher Nathan, second hand goods, 145 Hill 
Fletcher Annie, seamstr's, Baker' set nrKnoxal 
Fletcher Mrs. Elizabeth R. 31 Hill 
Fletcher Elijah, carpenter, 77 Cooksie 
Fletcher Ferdinand, 22 s Bond 
Fletcher James S. sailmaker, 31 Hill 
Fletcher Jeremiah H. clothier, 140 w Pratt, 

dw Point la opp Caroline 
Fletcher Jeremiah H. (F. & Mitchell,) Point 

la head of Caroline 
Fletcher John, plasterer, 79 Stirling 
Fletcher John D. clerk, 31 Hill 
Fletcher John, roofer, 287 Cross 
Fletcher John,ropemaker, 448 Light 
Fletcher John T. ropeniaker, 448 Light 
FLETCHER <fc MITCHELL, (J. H. F., F. A. 

Mitchell, ) merch't tailors, 134 w Pratt 
Fletcher Sam'l, grocer, 254 w Fayette 
Fletcher Solomon D. plasterer, s e cor Dover 

and Camden la 
Fletcher Wm. laborer, 404 Harford av 
Fletcher Wm. T. carpenter, 22 s Bond 
Fletcher Wm. G. guiisniith, 147 Cross 
Fleury Charles, carver, (j4j s Howard 
Fleury Joseph, carved mouldings, 11 n Fred- 
erick, dw 64J 8 Howard 
Flick Wm. N. cigarmaker, 92 Hollins 
Flinder Chas. E. sup' t New Place Restaurant, 
n e cor Holliday and Baltimore, dw Voshell 
house 
Flinn Mich'l, cond'r B. & 0. R. R. 8 n Oregon 



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Flinn Morris, laborer, 125 Dover 
Flinn Thomas, laborer, 169 s Central av 
Flinspach Ferdinand W. tannery, 118 s Fre- 
mont, office 122 Light, dw 77 e Fayette 
Flint Mrs. Sarah C. housekeeper, 290 n Caroline 
Flint Wra. bookkeeper, 136 Cathedral 
Flodt Fred'k, hair dresser, 133 w Madison 
Flodt Mrs.Rosa,ladies'hairdre'r, 133 w Madison 
Flohr Morris, tinner, 205 s Ann 
Flood Mrs. Anna, 244 Aliceanna 
Flood James, laborer, 82 Grindall 
Flood Mary Ann, 749 w Baltimore 
Flood S. S. tinner, 66 Pearl, dw 749 w Balti- 
more 
Florck John, cooper, 11 Somerset 
Flory Charles, cooper, 3 Dover ext 
Fiory George, milkman, O'Donnell nr Clinton 
Florj' Michael, milkman, O'Donnell nr Clinton 
Floss S. W. 329 e Pratt 

Flottwell Mrs. Dorothea, seamstress, 39 s Wolfe 
Flottwell Henrich, shoemaker, 39 s Wolfe 
Flottwell Valentine, laborer, 39 s Wolfe 
Flour Inspector's Office, 274 w Pratt 
Flouinoy George H. clerk, 104 Hanover 
Flowers Wm. E. carpenter, 246 n Caroline 
Floyd Charles T. carpenter, 167 Penna av, dw 

127 Garden 
Floyd Clement, shipcarpenter, 40 Cross 
Floyd Mrs. Elizabeth, grocery, 227 Light 
Floyd Frederick, clerk, 54 Saratoga 
Floyd George M. boilermaker, 24 Walker 
Floyd John F. runner Mercb'ts Nat. Bank, 54 

Saratoga 
Floyd Joseph L blacksmith, 229 William 
Floyd Julia, milliner, 269 n Gay 
Floyd Wm. clerk, 54 Saratoga 
Floyd Wm. S. salesman, 33 s Charles 
Floyd Wm. T. police, 227 Light 
Floyd Wm. J. coachmaker, 40 s Schroeder 
Fluger Henry, tinner, 343 Franklin 
Fluharty Jas. bootsand shoes, dw Arlington pi 
Fluharty Thomas J. bookkeeper, Arlington pi 
Fluharty Wra. R. bookkeeper, 441 Walsh 
Flusky John B. tavern, 41 w Lombard 
Flynn Bernard, clerk, 256 e Pratt 
Flynn Daniel, hackman, 654 w Baltimore 
Flynn David, stonemason, 46 Tyson 
Flynn Mrs. Ellen, 71 Centre Market sp 
FLYNN & EMRICH, (J. Flynn, J. P. Emrich,) 
manufs. of machin'y, cor Saratoga and Hol- 
liday 
Flynn Mrs. Ellen, 3 Elliott 
Flynn James, helper, 69 Elliott 
Flynn James, laborer, 220 Vine 
Flynn James, mariner, 30 President 
Flynn James, laborer, rear 56 Cross 
Flynn James, (F. & Emrich,) 178 e Monument 
Flynn James, laborer, 1 Jenkins al 
Flynn John, laborer, 468 Canton av 
Flynn John, laborer, 91 Cambridge 
Flynn John W. 186 L. Constitution 



Flynn John A. tinner, 190 Conway , 

Flynn John, driver, 110 n Front 

Flynn John, grocery, 103 Front n of Foundry 

Flynn Lawrence, boilerma'r, 159 s Washington 

Flynn Mrs. Margaret, 6 Mulberry 

Flynn Mary, 25 n Front 

Flynn Mrs. Mary, 69 Elliott 

Flynn Jlajor, laborer, 51 Elliott 

Flynn Mrs. Mary, grocery, 51 Elliott 

Flynn Michael, laborer, '69 s Chapel 

Flynn Patrick, laborer, 159 Aliceanna 

Flynn Patrick, laborer, 12 Bank 

Flynn Patrick, grocery, 84 n Holliday 

Flynn Thomas, U. S. A. 1 Jenkins al 

Flynn Thomas J. clerk. Union hotel 

Flynn Wm. laborer, 102 Cooksie 

Flynn Wm. laborer, 143 Albemarle 

Foard Addison K. Sec. Md. Life Ins. Co. dw 

149 w Biddle 
Foard Dr. Andrew J. 172 s Bond 
Foard Augustus, caulker, 240 Montgomery 
Foard Clarence L. printer, 195 e Monument 
Foard Henry 0. caulker, 240 Montgomery 
Foard James H. carter, ITl s Paca 
FOARD JOSEPH 0. & CO. (J. 0. Foard,) 
shipping and com. merchs. 16 Bowly's whf 
Foard Joseph 0. (Jos. 0. Foard & Co.) 308 

Madison av 
Foard Mrs. K. 308 Madison av 
Foard Lloyd, caulker, 240 Montgomery 
Foard Mrs. Mary E. 171 s Paca 
Foard N. E. editor, Sun Office, 195 e Monument 
Foard Thomas Y. caulker, 240 Montgomery 
Foard Wm. G. 308 Madison av 
Foble Henry, plasterer, 374 w Lombard 
Foble Henry, jr., tobacconist, 374 w Lombard 
Focke Edward L. trimmings and furnishing 
goods over 284 w Baltimore, dw 308 w Lom- 
bard 
Focke Harry S. clerk, 308 w Lombard 
Focks Mrs. Mary, laundress, 25 Stiles 
Foebus Henry, shoemaker, 170 s Wolfe 
Fodder Christian, laborer, 244 Aliceanna 
Foertsch John G. grocery, 25 Elliott 
Fogel Casimer, milkman, Madison av, w of 

McMechin 
Fogel John H. tobacconist. Central av nr Pratt 

dw 531 e Fayette 
Fogel John, laborer, 183 s Chapel 
Fogel Leonard, tailor, 40 Laurel 
Fogelson Frederick C. butcher. Point la near 

Greenmount Cemetery 
Fogerty James, laborer, rear 164 n Front 
Fogerty John, laborer, 72 Essex 
Fogerty Michael, watchman, 13 Sterrett 
Fogerty Patrick, laborer, 17 Sterrett 
Fogle Christopher, tailor, 241 e Lombard 
Fogle Geo. stevedore, 165 s Broadway 
Fogle Henry H. cashier, Maltby house 
Fogle John G. baker, 272 s Ann 
Fogle Louis, blacksmith, 197 s Dallas 
Fogler John, laborer, 18 Wyeth 
Fogler Solomon, carpenter, 100 Columbia 
Fohl John, cooper, 264 Hanover 
Fohr Adam, laborer and grocery, 211 Fred- 
erick av 
Foige Adolph, shoe store, 132 and 68 n Gay 
Foistle Marcus, butcher, 345 e Lombard 
Poke Christopher, laborer, — Walnut al 
Folck Jacob, laborer, 88 s Chapel 
Foley Adam, laborer, 34 Liberty al 
Foley Mrs. Ann, laundress, 183 Bank 



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Folej' Charles, laborer, 113 s Chester 

Foley Dan'l J. (D. J. Foley, Bro. & Co.) '72 

St". Paul 

FOLEY D. J.. BRO. &CO.(D. J. Foley, M. J. 

Foley, J. W. Hunter, J. T. Rocheford,^ 

vrholes. grocers and com. merchts, 50 South 

Foley David R. moulder, 310 Light 

Foley Dennis, cabinetmak'r, s w cor North and 

Madison 
Foley Francis, salesman, 21 Valley 
Foley Francis R. clerk, 21 Valley 
Foley Mrs. John B. 347 e Pratt 
Foley Mrs. Maria, 21 Valley 
Foley Mrs. Margaret, over 6 Bank 
Folev Martin, laborer, 646 w Pratt 
Foley Matthew J. (D. J. Foley, Bro. & Co.) 81 

Av Centre 
Foley Mrs. Matthew, 43 Mulberry 
Foley Michael wholesale dealer in liquors, 140 

Franklin 
Foley Michael, porter, 11 Buren 
Foley Michael, laborer, 145 Chesapeake 
Foley Patrick, laborer, 216 Chesnut 
Foley Patrick, laborer, 646 w Pratt 
Foley Presley G. clerk, 546 Lexington 
Foley Thomas, machinist, 646 w Pratt 
Foley Rev. Thomas, 106 n Charles 
Folger Edward F. (Folger, Roberts & Co.) 18 

Irvin pi 
Folger Geo. cooper, 418 s Charles 
Folger Mrs. Martha, tailoress, 18 Wyeth 
Folger, Roberts & Co. (E. F. Folger, W. L. 
O'Brien, T. Roberts, George Dick,) Individ- 
ual Enterprise Line for eastern and western 
shore. Light, foot of Camden 
Folk Henry, painter, 16 e Lombard 
Folk Mrs. — , 57 a Dallas 
Folkenhein Conrad, laborer, 209 Battery av 
Folker Marcellus, milk, 36 Baruey 
Folkes T. H. carpenter, 28 Hanover 
Folks Mrs. Elizabeth, 41 Stirling 
Folks George F. carpenter, over 15 n Sharp, 

dw 122 Mullikin 
Folks John E. carpenter, 41 Stirling 
Foil Adam T. sawyer, 36 s Castle 
Foil John, brickmaker, 209 Battery av 
Foil Nicholas, sawyer, 209 Battery av^ 
Folia Frederick, tailor, 176 L. Greene 
Folle Charles, clerk, 52 n Greene 
Poller John, barber, 107 Frederick av 
FollettCapt. Frederick M., U. S. A. Fort Mc- 

Henry 
Follmars Louis, baker, 297 n Central av 
Folmar Charles, laborer, 8 New Church 
Foltz & Ehlen, (G. W. Foltz, H. W. Ehlen,) 

restaurant, 5 Lovely la 
Foltz Geo. W. (Foltz & Ehlen,) 5 Lovely la 
Foltz Henrietta, 135 s Exeter 
Foltz Jacob 0. clerk, 47 Marion 
Foltz John, driver, Belair av, nr Cemetery 
Foltz Robert, clerk, 47 Marion 
Forabaelgh Mrs. Theresa, 79 Eastern av 
Fonce Geo. W. brickmaker, 2 Russell 
Fonce Jacob, fisherman, 2 Russell 
Fonder Richard, painter, s e cor Gay and Har 

rison, dw 115 n Caroline 
Fonerden Clarence A. (Welch & F.) 63 s 

Broadway 
Fonerden John, clerk, Md. hospital 
FONERDEN DR. JOHN, medical superinten- 
dent Md. Hospital, dw 371 e Monument 
Fontz Jacob H. carter, 8 Barney 



Fontaine John L. merchant tailor, 215 w Pratt, 

dw 25 s Broadway 
Fontz Mrs. Polly, 176 s Eutaw 
Fooks Ebenezer, police, cor Eden and Mullikin 
Fooks Mrs. Elizabeth, 6 Nicholson 
Fooks F. E. & Co. (F. E. cj- R. Fooks,) apoth- 
ecaries, n w cor Baltimore and Eden 
Fooks F. E. (F. E. F. & Co.) n w cor Eden and 

Mullikin 
Fooks John, brewer, Belair av near Cemetery 
Fooks Capt. Levin S. mariner, 2 Nicholson 
Fooks R. (F. E. F. cj- Co.) n w cor Eden and 

Mullikin 
Fooks Capt. S. J. mariner, 6 Nicholson 
Foos Charles, plasterer, 8 s Oregon 
Foos Geo. W. bricklayer, 173 e Fayette 
Foos James, bricklayer, 99 n Caroline 
Foos James, 327 Druid Hill av 
Foos John, huckster, 302 Mulberry 
Foos John C. jr.- tinner, 415 Lexington 
Foos John C. tinner, 77 n Oregon 
Foos John S. bricklayer, 45 n Exeter 
Foos Joseph, laborer, 169 e Lombard 
Foos Mrs. Mary Ann, 41 Mullikin 
Foos Sarah A. confectionery, 77 n Oregon 
Foos Wm. A. bricklayer, 551 e Fayette 
Foos Wm. A. bricklayer, 353 e Monument 
Foos Wm. C. painter, 269 e Monument 
Foose Edward A. bricklayer, 143 s Bond 
Foose Thomas, bricklayer, 329 e Monument 
Foot Mrs. Elizabeth, 170 n High 
Foot George L. laborer, 320 s Sharp 
Foote John P. pilot, 7 n Bond 
Fopless James, clerk, 87 n High 
Fopless James S. scroll sawyer. 153 Green- 
mount av 
Fopless John, watchmaker, 153Greenraountav 
Foran John, hackman, 5 s Bond 
Forastar Robert, laborer, 18 Abey al 
Forbes Gordon, 97 St. Paul 
Forbes Geo. B. carpenter, 128 s Ann 
Forbes James H. (N. B. Hill & Co.) over n e 

cor Baltimore and St. Paul 
Forbes James S. builder, s w cor Eutaw and 

Hoffman, dw 328 n Eutaw 
Forbes Julius, clerk, 140 Hanover 
Forbes Mathias L. (F. & Price,) 20 s Strieker 
Forbes Rev. Mathias L. 20 s Strieker 
Forbes & Price, (Mathias L. Forbes, )groceries, 

14 n Strieker 
Forbes Wm. mariner, 158 Gough 
Ford Achilles, Belair av nr Baltimore cemetery 
Ford Mrs. Anne E. 45 Pearl 
Ford Dr. A. J. ofiBce cor Bank and Bond, dw 

78 s Exeter 
Ford Bridget, grocery, 44 Carlton 
Ford Mrs. Catherine, 53 McHenry 
Ford Chas. E. n w cor Liberty road and Gilmor 
Ford Charles E. fireman, 10 Hamburg 
Ford Charles T. watchman 212 Conway 
Ford C. W., Three Tuns hotel 
Ford Clarence C. clerk, 190 Saratoga 
Ford Daniel, laborer, Patuxent nr Elliott 
Ford Mrs. Elizabeth A. seamstress, Fremont 

nr Liberty road 
Ford F. P. clerk, 192 n Calvert 
Ford Geo. T. n w cor Gilmor and Liberty road 
Ford George, clerk, 135 Saratoga 
Ford Geo. T. blacksmith, 246 n Caroline 
Ford Gustavus M. despatcher B. & 0. R. R. 

Camden station, dw 554 w Baltimore 
Ford Henry, clerk, 90 e Baltimore 



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Ford Henry, engineer, 90 e Lombard 
Ford Henry, 34 n Front 

Ford Henry W. bricklayer, Belair av nr Balti- 
more Cemetery 
Ford K. J. mariner, 244 Light 
Ford James, hostler, 19 New Church 
Ford James, clerk, 338 w Lombard 
Ford James A. goldsmith. 246 n Caroline 
Ford James B. 288 Penna. av 
Ford Jas. R. & Bro. (J. R. Ford,) cigars and 

tobacco, 7 n HoUiday 
Ford Jas. R. (Jas. R. F. & Bro.) 34 n Front 
Ford John, hostler, 19 New Church 
Ford John, hackman, 20 Front n of Foundry 
Ford John, laborer, 44 Carlton 
Ford John, blacksmith, 1 Diamond 
Ford John, laborer, 22 Addison 
Ford John, laborer, Harford av nr Point la 
Ford John C. carpenter, 9 w Lombard 
Ford John L.conductor,Fremont nr Liberty r'd 
Ford John T. moulder, 147 e Monument 
Ford John T. proprietor Holliday-st. theatre, 

dw cor Gilmor and Liberty road 
Ford John W. woodturner, 237 n Central av 
Ford Joseph Y. clerk, 92 Aisquith 
Ford Lawrence, carpenter, 204 e Baltimore 
Ford Martin, mariner, 36 Bennett 
Ford Mary, 19 New Church 
Ford Nicholas S. carpenter, 211 Saratoga 
Ford Patrick, laborer, 50 O'Donuell 
Ford Peter W. currier, 184 Lexington 
Ford Richard, tobacconist, 34 n Front 
Ford Robert, laborer, 67 n Amity 
Ford Robert, boilermaker, Mt. Royal Hill nr 

reservoir 
Ford Mrs. Sarah, nurse, 184 e Madison 
Ford Samuel, collector, 60 n Poppleton 
Ford Thomas, laborer, 204 w Madison 
Ford Thomas C. books and stationery, 199 n 

Gay, dw 125 e Monument 
Ford Thomas G. police, 293 s Durham 
Ford Wm. E. huckster, 29 L. Church 
Ford Wm. G. bricklayer, Belair av nr Balti- 
more Cemetery 
Ford Wm H. harness maker, 60 n Poppleton 
Ford Wm. H. tailor, 23 n Howard, dw 154 w 

Biddle 
Ford Wm. T. clerk, 60 Barre 
Fordman Meinard, cabinetmaker, 38 Leadenhall 
Foreman Mrs. Elizabeth, 38 Laurel 
Foreman Francis, carpenter, 120 s Chester 
Foreman Henry C. shoemaker, 457 e Baltimore 
Foreman Henry C. 354 Druid Hill av 
Foreman James R. clerk, 863 w Baltimore 
Foreman Joshua, carpenter, 88 n Eden 
Foreman Leauder, plasterer, 10 Lanvale 
Foreman Leonard W. livery stable, 1 n Strieker, 

dw 165 Hollins 
Foreman Lea. ornamental plasterer, basement 

8 Eutaw house, dw Townsend nr Walsh 
Foreman Mrs. Caroline, 2 Winan's row 



Foreman Mrs. Margaret, 161 n Caroline 
Foreman Thomas, clerk, 222 Franklin 
Foreschi D. figure maker, 23 w Fayette 
Forhan Rev. Patrick, Loyola college 
Forman Alfred R. clerk, 405 w Lombard 
Forman Mrs. Eliza, 475 w Fayette 
Forman John, laborer, 2 Winan's row 
Forman Joseph H. clerk, 475 w Fayette 
Forman A. D. cj* H- C. wood and coal, 513 w 

Baltimore and 192 German 
Forman A. D. (A. D. & H. C. Forman,) 475 

w Fayette 
Forman Evan M. clerk, 9 Holland 
Forman Evan M. police, 9 Holland 
Forman Henry C. (A. D. & H. C. Forman,) 

524 Lexington 
Forman Joseph L. painter, 9 Holland 
Forman Valentine, plasterer, 413 Walsh 
Forman Wm. W. 405 w Lombard 
Formas Alexander, carpenter, 348 Eastern aV 
Formen John, carpenter, 93 n Amity 
Formen Wm. H. silversmith, 93 u Amity 
Forney A. J. stonecutter, 186 e Madison 
Forney Mrs. E. J. variety store, 455 \v Fayette 
Fornev Geo. M. tax ofiSce, 613 w Lombard 
FORNEY HENRY S. & CO. (H. S. Forney,) 

house furnishing goods, 11 n Howard 
Forney Henry S. (Henry S. F. & Co.) Druid 

Hill av nr McMechin 
Forney Isaac C coachtrimmer, 167 n Fremont 
Forney Jacob, watchman, 455 w Fayette 
Forney Mrs. Rebecca, 61 n Amity 
Forney Wm. C. clerk, 550 Lexington 
Fornoff Adam, weaver, 199 Eastern av 
Fornoff George, tailor, 20 L Hampstead 
Fornshill Nelson C. tinner, 100 n Front, dw 

Starr hotel 
Fornsworth Jos. baggage ag't, 285 n Howard 
Forrer Henry, (Shipe, Cloud & Co.) Harrison- 
burg, Va. 
Forrest Alexander, fireman-. No. 1 Engine, 43 

Chatsworth 
Forrest Andrew J. engineer, 50 s Exeter 
Forrest Douglas F.(F.& Packard,) 87 n Charles 
Forrest Elias sashmaker, 129 Gough 
Forrest Mrs. Eliza,huckstress, 7 s Front 
Forrest Francis A. coremaker, 670 w Pratt 
Forrest George W. mariner, 79 Block 
Forrest Isaiah, mariner, 13 Jew al 
Forrest J. L. engineer, 168 s Charles 
Forrest John H. stonecutter, 40 Constitution 
Forrest Joshua, porter, 108 w Baltimore 
Forrest Mrs. Julia, 79 Block 
Forrest Mrs. Mary Ann, 7 Trinity 
Forrest Mrs. Mary C. 83 Columbia 
Forrest Mrs. Mary L. 98 e Baltimore 
Forrest & Packard, (D. F. F., Jos. Packard, 

jr.) attorneys, 6 Spurrier's ct 
Forrest Samuel, grocery, 54 Union 
Forrest Thaddeus, mariner, 7. Trinity 
Forrest Thos. J. paperhanger and upholsterer, 

48 s Broadway 
Forrest Wm. tinner, 690 w Pratt 
Forrester Alexander, tavern, 92 n Spring 
FORRESTER ALLEN E. attorney, 28 St.PauI, 

dw 184 Druid Hill av 
Forrester Augustus E. stencilcutter,20 s Exeter 
Forrester Augustus M. stencil cutter, 165 e Eager 
Fori-ester Benjamin F. carpenter, 89 Chatsworth 
Forrester Charles T. carpenter, 92 Walsh 
Forrester Edw'd, tobacconist, 127 s Broadwaj 
Forrester Geo. jr. painter, 189 Montgomery 



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Forrester Geo. sr. carpenter, 189 Montgomery 
Forrester James, bricklayer, 52 n Caroline 
Forrester James, police, 147 Dolphin 
Forrester James H. machinist, 7 Henrietta 
Forrester John E. plumber, 52 n Caroline 
Forrester John J. carpenter, 132 n Bond 
Forrester John F. country produce, 127 Frank- 
lin, d\T 129 Walsh 
Forrester Jos. A. brass finisher, 52 n Caroline 
Forrester Mrs. Lucretia, tailoress, 89 Jefferson 
Forrester Patrick, laborer, 190 West 
Forrester Robert, blacksmith, 112 Harford av 
Forrester Mrs. Sarah, boarding, 83 n Front 
Forrester Wm. H. carpenter, 151 w Hoffman 
Forrester Wm. H. stonecutter, 83 n Front 
Forrester Wm. Henry, stonec'r, 98 e Madison 
Forrester Wm. R. stonecutter, 98 e Madison 
Forschell Josei>h, shoemaker, 323 e Lombard 
Forster Mrs. Eva, seamstress, 113 Saratoga 
Forster Geo. fl. (Sattler, F. & Co.) 89'St. Paul 
Forster John, carpenter, 64 Essex 
Foesyth Alex, s w cor Lanrale and Division 
Forsyth Alex. D. caulker, 215 Montgomery 
Forsyth Alex. M. plumber, 186 Orleans 
Forsyth Alex. M. clerk, N. C. R., 186 Orleans 
Forsyth Alex. W. laborer, 39 Tyson 
Forsyth David J. carpenter, 8 Garden 
Forsyth Edward, painter, 50 n Fremont 
Forsyth Emanuel F., sr., snuffmaker, Gail & 

Ax, Baltimore co 
Forsyth Emanuel T. machinist, 92 Jefferson 
Forsyth Frank M. clerk, 42 n Pine 
Forsyth F. J. conductor, 216 Mulberry 
Forsyth Henry, 42 n Pine 
Forsyth Jarrett M. tobacconist, 103 nPaca, dw 

5 I3rune 
Forsyth James, drayman, 60 n Dallas 
Forsyth James J. cooper, 126 Hamburg 
Forsyth John A. wood, Light-st. whf, dw 215 

Montgomerj"- 
Forsyth John F. salesman, 40 s Eutaw 
Forsyth Joseph F. barkeeper, 118 n Gay 
Forsyth Pamelia, teacher, 220 Montgomery 
Forsyth Robert, laborer, 35 Holland 
Forsyth Robt.T. boilermaker, 175 Montgomery 
Forsyth Thos. F. ass't assessor int'l revenue, 

dw Baltimore co 
Forsyth Thomas G. bricklayer, 41 Hoffm&n 
Forsyth Wm. H. clerk and public school com- 
missioner, 220 Montgomery 
Forsyth Wm. plumber, 532 w Baltimore 
Forsythe Alexander, bricklayer, 5 Brune 
Forsythe Mrs. Ann, 5 Brune 
Fort Allen T. (Fort & Bro.) 312 s Sharp 
Fort & Bro. (Allen T. and Edward S. Fort,) 

painters, 44 s Howard 
Fort Mrs. E., 318 Hollins 
Fort Edward S. (Fort & Bro.) 341 Saratoga 
Fort Isabella, teacher, 139 w Biddle 
Fort Leander A. carpenter, 139 w Biddle 
Fort Leander D. bookkeeper, 139 w Biddle 
Fort Mary, teacher, 139 w Biddle 
Fort McHenry, foot of Fort av 
Fort Wm. F. bookkeeper, 162 n Bond 
Fortescue Prof. Daniel, Loyola college 
Forteworsten Mrs. M. 3 Vine 
Fortie Elizabeth, 13 Raborg 
Fortier Peter M. salesman 107 w Fayette 
Fortman Adolphus, carpenter, 224 Dover 
Fortman Bernhart, laborer, 93 Battery av 
Fortman Christian wagoner, 53 s Liberty 
Fortman Henry, jr. clerk, 38 Leadenhall 



Fortman Mrs. Cornelia A. tavern, 50 Mont- 
gomery 
Fortman Mainard, cabinetmaker, 38 Leadenhall 
Fortmann Henry, waterman, 6 n Wolfe 
Forwood John R. carpenter, 23 n Exeter 
Forwood Wm. L., 231 n Eden 
Forwood Wm. T. carpenter, 177 Aisquith 
Fosbenner Wm. G. bricklayer, f)9^ Lee 
Fosler George, carpenter, 537 e Fayette 
Fosler Job, jr., carpenter, 9 n Wolfe 
Fosler Job, sr., carpenter, 9 n Wolfe 
Fosler Uriah, carpenter, 7 n Wolfe 
Fosnot & Co. (J. C. Fosnot, ) flour and produce 

com. merch'ts, 39 Penna av 
Fosnot John C. (F. & Co.) 244 Franklin 
Foss & Durst, (G. L. Foss, John U. Durst,) 

cotton wadding and batfactorv, 37 Abey al 
Foss G. L. (F. & Durst,) 59 w B'iddle 
Foss John, boilermaker, 174 William 
Foss John, N. butcher, 15 and 17 Fell's Point 

market, dw cor Clinton and Hudson 
Foss Wm. W. cabinet furniture, 59 w Biddle 
Fossett Charles shoemaker, 123 e Eager 
Fossett Harry 0. clerk, 37 s Exeter 
Fossett John, collector, 67 s Caroline 
Fossett Mrs. Sarah, 11 Hull 
Foster Benjamin F. laborer, 103 sPoppleton 
Foster Charles F. (T. F. & Bro.) 97 w Fayette 
Foster Charles, carpenter, 262 e Pratt 
Foster Charles W. shipcarpenter, 262 e Pratt 
Foster David B. plumber, 91 Garden 
Foster David C printer, 29 Jackson 
Foster Donaldson, Park av nr North av 
Foster Edward, mariner, 85 s Caroline 
Foster Edw'd F. ass't assessor, 549 w Baltimore 
Foster Edward F. fancy goods, 549 w Baltimore 
Foster Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 4 May 
Foster Emily A., 262 e Pratt 
Foster Francis S. shipjoiner, 174 Bank 
Foster Franklin W. engineer, 160 Hughes 

Foster , lastraaker, 64 n Gay 

Foster George, clerk, 9 Webb 
Foster Gottleib, painter, 12 Durst al 
Foster Gustavus, mariner, 75 Granby 
Foster Henrietta, tailoress, 159 s Regester 
Foster Henry, oyster shucker, 278 s Durham 
Foster Henry, brakesman, Starr hotel 
Foster Henry carter, 298 Cross 
Foster Henry H. clerk, 333 Franklin 
Foster Mrs. L tailoress, 79 Chesnut al 
Foster Isaiah W. painter, 16 s Calvert 
Foster James, blacksmith, 91 Garden 
Foster James K. carpenter, 235 s Sharp 
Foster Capt. James W. 36 Henrietta 
Foster J. N. claim agent, 269 e Biddle 
Foster James H. clerk, 100 e Lombard 
Foster John, bricklayer, lo7 Vine 
Foster John, laborer, 154 Raborg 
Foster John, carpenter, 46 Essex 
Foster John, jr. laborer, 154 R.aborg 
Foster John, shoemaker, 34 Thames 
Foster John C. property agent, 252 Park av 
Foster J. Nelson, (Wm. Colton & Co.) 269 

e Biddle 
FOSTER DR. M. WHILLDIN, dentist, 48 

Franklin 
Foster Margaret, 182 J n High 
Foster Mrs. Mary, 103 s Poppleton 
Foster Misses Mary F. and Susan W. Institute 

for young ladies, 56 n Greene 
Foster Michael, shoemaker, 44 s Regester 
Foster Norman, sugarboiJer, 198 Harford av 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AQKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

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Foster Robert E. clerk, 27 Oxford 

Foster Thos. Y. hostler, 168 German 

Foster Thos N. clerk, 262 e Pratt 

Foster T. & Bro. (Thos. and Chas. F. Foster,) 

lastmakers, 42 n Holliday 
Foster Thos. (T. F. & Bro.) 97 w Fayette 
Foster Wm. laborer, 14 Durst al 
Foster Wm. H. R. (Rose & F.) 157 Chesnut 
Foster Wm. J. glasscutter, 16 s Calvert 
Foster Wm, J. ironfinisher, 103 s Poppleton 
Foster Wm. T. carpenter, 242 n Eden 
Foster Wm. T. com. agent, 70 Exchange place, 

dw Baltimore co 
Foster Wm. S. bricklayer, 431 w Lombard 
Fostze August, hair spinner, 3 Frederick av 
Fothergill Eliza, 26 Garden 
Foudriat Madame Pierre, fluter, 213 n Howard 
Foudriat Pierre, (F. & Le Doyen.) 213 n 

Howard 
Foudriat & Le Doyen, (P. Foudriat,) wines 

and liquors, 158 w Pratt 
Foulds .Jas. H. boatbuilder, 53 s Eden 
Foulk Eliza, 140 e Madison 
Foulk Elizabeth, 140 e Madison 
Foulk Emma, 140 e Madison 
Foulk Rev. John S. 130 Mulberry 
Foulks Mrs. Mary, 195 Lee 
Foulks Robert, machinist, 195 Lee 
Foumbouch Albert, barber, lis Gay 
Foundry Chapel, s e cor Mound and Federal 
Fountain Edward C. mariner, 79 s Bond 
Fountain Geo. W. collector, 319 Mulberry 
FOUNTAIN HOTEL, Wm. H. Clabaugh, pro- 
prietor, Light near Baltimore 
Fountain J. A. J. trader, 260 n Central av 
Fountain Morsey, auctioneer, Mansion house 
Fountain Robt.'R. conductorB. & O.R. R. 52 

s Schroeder 
Fountain Thos. cabinetmaker, 68 Pearl 
Fouse Henry D. (F. & Walcott, ) 438 n Gay 
Fouse & Walcott,(H. D. F.,S.T. Walcott,) tin- 
ners, 85 Mulberry 
Fout George C. clerk, 51 w Fayette 




Foutz Mrs. M. G.bakery and conf.134 n Charles 
Foux Theodore, wines and liquors, 25 Conway 
Fowble Abraham, (F. & Miller, ) 259 w Fayette 



Fowble Lizzie, beer, 141 Low 
Fowble & Miller, (A. Fowble, C. Miller,) car- 
penters, 18 Vine 
Fowler Mrs. Caroline, Druid Hill av, nr en- 
trance to park 
Fowler Mrs. Catherine, cor Baltimore and 

Lloyd 
Fowler Chas.H.coachtrimmer, 109 Druid Hillav 
Fowler & Co. (Jefferson F.) grocers, 452 w 

Baltimore co 
FOWLER & CO. (M. J. F., A. E. W. Brown,) 

soap and candle manufs. 28 and 30 Buren 
Fowler David, attorney, 41 St. Paul, dw Bal- 
timore CO 
Fowler Edward H. conveyancer, 26j St. Paul, 

dw 163 s Sharp 
Fowler Edwin C. index clerk Superior court, 

103 Chatsworth 
Fowler Evan M. 147 e Madison 
Fowler Francis, (Dufur & Co.) 36 Mulberry 
Fowler Mrs. Francis, boarding, 36 Mulberry 
Fowler Geo.T. coach painter, 109 Druid Hill av 
Fowler Isaac, plasterer, 350 n Gay 
Fowler James H. painter, 87 n Oregon 
Fowler Jefferson, (F. & Co.) 140 German 
Fowler Jeremiah, collector, 10 L. Gough 
Fowler John, mariner, 136 s Durham 
Fowler John W. huckster, 421 e Fayette 
Fowler Mrs. Capt. John, 40 s Poppleton 
Fowler John R. (W. D. McCord & Co.)61 Lee 
Fowler John P. bookkeeper, 123 Walsh 
Fowler John H. (F., Zeigler & Co. and Rex, 

Higgins & Co.) Baltimore co 
Fowler John A. blacksmith, 16 s Oregon 
Fowler Mrs. Johanna, 78 Hamburg 
Fowler Julia Ann, 158 n Exeter 
Fowler Lewis H. M. carter, Druid Hill av ext. 
Fowler M. J. (F. & Co.) 267 Saratoga 
Fowler Mrs. Margaret, 109 Druid Hill av 
Fowler Monroe, fireman, 449 w Lombard 
Fowler Pierre, hostler. Booth betw Carey and 

Calhoun 
Fowler Rachel, 168 n Exeter 
Fowler Randolph, engineer, 43 Dolphin . 
Fowler Rebecca, nurse, 134 Franklin 
Fowler Robt. (F., Zeigler & Co.) Baltimore co 
Fowler R. S. salesman, Baltimore co 
Fowler Samuel B. carpenter, 27 Jackson 
Fowler Samuel L. 64 Ridgely 
Fowler Samuel T. huckster, 213 e Madison 
Fowler Thomas, blacksmith, 67 President 
Fowler Thomas, laborer, 94 8 Carey 
Fowler Thomas, 71 w Biddle 
Fowler Wm. laborer, 485 w Pratt 
Fowler Wm. H. shipping agt. 103 Thames, dw 

60 s Bond 
Fowler Wm. S. clerk, 91 Saratoga 
Fowler Capt. Wm. C. mariner, Caroline nr 

Biddle 
Fowler Wm. T. fish, 1 Lexington, 8 Centre 

market, dw 1 Fulton 
Fowler Wm. W. hatter, 41 n Pine 
Fowler Wm. W. 158 n Bond 
Fowler, Zeigler & Co. (R. Fowler, F. Zeigler, 
J. H. Fowler, ) flour and gen'l com. merchts. 
91 and 93 s Charles 
Fowner James, butcher, 89 Lexington market, 

dw cor Retreat and Mary 
Fox A . dressmaker, Choptank nr Pratt 
Fox Alex. P. clerk, 55 Lexington 
Fox Andrew, laborer, 156 Columbia 
Fox Mrs. Catherine, grocery, 45 Park 



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Fox Catherine, laundress, Frederick road nr 

Smalhvood 
Fox Charles J. agent, 55 Lexington 
Fox Charles, tobacconist, 208 n Gay 
Fox Chas. A. florist, cor Dolphin and Bolton 
Fox Charles G. engineer, 98 Gough 
Fox Emanuel, shoemaker, 345 s Charles 
Fox Edward W. clerk, 529 w Fayette 
Fox F. W. clerk, 1 n Carey 
Fox George, boxmaker, 242 Conway 
Fox George A. laborer, 242 Conway 
Fox Henry, laborer, 83 s Chapel 
Fox Henry, laborer, 46 Frederick av 
Fox Henry, huckster, 6 Russell 
FOX HIRAM E. restaurant, 18 St. Paul and 

72 w Fayette, dw 529 w Fayette 
Fox James, grocery and liquors, 31 Douglass 
Fox James 0. gardener, Choptank nr Pratt 

FOX JOHN, Conveyancer, &c., 54 
w Payette, dw Waverly, Balto. co. 

Fox John, laborer, 64 Hillen 

Fox John, laborer, 54 s Durham 

Fox John, shoemaker, 264 s Eutaw 

Fox John, engineer, 24 Comet 

Fox John A. boxmaker, 242 Conway 

Fox John D. huckster, 2 s Amity 

Fox Louisa, sec. hand goods, 258 Eastern av 

Fox Meyer, butcher, 31 Fell's Pt. market, dw 

Ta Lancaster 
Fox Michael, wagoner, 4 Swan 
Fox Patrick, laborer, 17 Tyson al 
Fox Peter, shoemaker, 221 Light 
Fox Samuel, butcher, 279 Orleans » 

Fox Stephen P. shoemaker, 22 Hill 
Fox Thomas, carter, 45 Park 
Fox Thomas, shoemaker, 176 s Eutaw 
Fox Wm. clerk, 623 w Lombard 
Fox Wm. gardener, 70 Booth 
Foxberger John A. junk, 97 McElderry's whf. 

dw 45 Stiles 
Foxenberg Valentine, carpenter, rear 16 Har- 
rison 
Foxwell Benj. can maker, 68 Henrietta 
Foxwell Mrs. Eliza, 2 n Broadway 
Foxwell Henrietta, tailorcss, 70 s Caroline 
Foxwell James, laborer, 127 Elliott 
Foxwell Joseph, ship carpenter, 127 Elliott 
Foxwell Joseph, ship carpenter, 40 Binney 
Foy George W. (Alt & Foy, ) 107 Front, n of 

Foundry 
Foy James & Son, (J. and J. H. Foy,) gun- 
smiths and hardware merchts. 64 s Calvert 
Foy James, (James F. & Son,) 61 Hill 
Foy James H. (James F. & Son, V 168 Hanover 
Foy Jno. blacksmith, Franklin Inn, 50 Hillen 
Foy John H. shoemaker. Bin Dallas 
Foz Nicholas, furniture wagon, 1 New 



Fraatz A. W. clerk, Calverton mills 
Fraatz Frederick, clerk, 138 n Howard 
Fraatz Mrs. Louisa, Calverton mills 
Fraber Adam, laborer, 28 Shakspear 
Frader John H. carpenter, 493 Light 
Frady John, tailor, rear 300 Aliceanna 
Frahley Francis J. tracklayer, 75 s Washington 
Frahnech Jacob, hostler, 238 Franklin 
Frailey Elzina M. 215 n Howard 
Fraley John C. fisherman, 104 s Bond 
FValey Manies, 78 n Caroline 
Fralick John, laborer, cor Clinton and Boston 
Frame David, millwright, 171 Barre 
FRAME JAMES, attorney, 40 St. Paul, dw 

1 7 1 Barre 
Frame George, clerk, 171 Barre 
Frames George A. (J. P. Frames & Bro.) Lau- 

raville, Baltimore county 
FRAMES J. P. & BRO. (J. P. Frames, G. A. 
Frames,) apothecaries and druggists,) s e 
cor Gay and Aisquith 
Frames Jas. P. (Jas. P. Frames & Bro.) 339 n 

Gay 
Frampton Mrs. H. boarding, 183 s Charles 
Frampton Nathaniel, 183 s Charles 
France Ambrose, carpenter, 19 s Chester 
France Andrew, painter, 201 e Eager 
France John, wholesale and family groceries, 
n w cor Baltimore and Greene, dw 55 n Re- 
publican 
France Charles, conductor, 38 Constitution 
France Henry C. shoemaker, 269 n Central av 
France Jacob, shipping mercht. 53 s Eden 
France Jno. (France & Bantz, ) 55 n Republican 
France John, tailor, 276 e Madison 
France John, tinware, 136 u Eutaw 
France Rev. Joseph, 403 n Central av 
France Peter, tailor, 206 Stirling 
France Ringgold, clerk, 200 w Biddle 
France Spencer L. (Thos. P. Williams & Co.) 

36 Cathedral 
France Thomas, agent Mount Olivet Cemetery, 

382 w Fayette 
France Thomas A. chairmaker, 25 Brune 
France Thomas A. chairmaker, 18 Townsend 
France Valentine, cutter, 248 Canton av 
France W^m. tobacconist, 230 e Pratt 
Francis Alexander, 110 n Exeter 
Francis Andrew J. grocery, 87 Hillen, dw 34 

Aisquith 
Francis Christopher, machinist, 67 Holland 
Francis Mrs Elizabeth, 110 n Exeter 
Francis Fleetwood, 90 Gough 
Francis Isaac H. strawpresser, 71 Lexington 
Francis Jesse M. machinist, 67 Holland 
Francis John, paper carrier, 57 s Eden 
Francis John, jr., engraver, 57 s Eden 
Francis John P. chemist, 294 Mulberry 
Francis John W. 110 n Exeter 
Francis Robert, 34 Aisquith 
Francis, Robert, butcher, 461 e Baltimore 
Francis Thomas II. dep. clerk City Court, 34 

Aisquith 
Francis Wm. J. clerk, 120 Aisquith 
Francisco Samuel, clerk, 205 Barre 
Franck Christian, piauomaker, 7 Russell 
Franck George, 283 w Fayette 
Franck George, cigarmaker, 53 Preston 
Franck George C. 97 w Biddle 
Franck John A. rag dealer, 24 Biddle al 
Franck M. V. B. 97 w Biddle 
Franie George, provisions, 454 Saratoga 



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COMMISSION MERCHAXTS. 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

Aap:N'rs for 
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21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Frank A. (A. F. & Sons) 11 Aisquith 

Frank A. & Sons,(A., S. and H, Frank) gents 

furnishing goods, 257 w Baltimore 
Frank Alex. (S. F. & Sons) 96 e Baltimore 
Frank Ashur, 88 n Exeter 
Frank August C. coachmaker, 168 s Caroline 
Frank Mrs. Barbara, laundress, 6 Swan 
Frank Mrs. Catherine, 163 William 
Frank Charles, lager beer, 64 Harrison 
Frank Charles J. shoemaker, 28 Hamburg 
Frank Christian, shoemaker, 30.3 s Sharp 
Frank Conrad, barkeeper, 9 s Eutaw 
Frank Daniel, (S. F. & Sons) 96 e Baltimore 
Frank David, 116 Bank 
Frank Ephraim, clerk, 67 n Eden 
Frank Mrs. E. tailoress, 30 s Regester 
Frank Ernest, machinist, 338 w Pratt, dw 835 

w Baltimore 
Frank Frederick, tinner, 194 s Sharp 
Frank Frederick J. real estate agent, over 10 

n Greene, dw 170 Peirce 
FRANK; GEORGE M. junk and clothing,' 45 

Thames 
Frank George, potter, 265 Canton av 
Frank George, cigarmaker, 53 Preston 
Frank George, clerk, 41 German 
Frank George, tailor, 74 s Bethel 
Frank George, shoemaker, 514 w Lombard 
Frank Gotleib, cigarmaker, 167 Hamburg 
Frank H. & Co. (H. F., C. Adler, S. Frank) 

boots and shoes, 7 and 9 n Howard 
Frank Henry J. shoemaker, 160 Raborg 
Frank H. (A. F. & Sons) 11 Aisquith 
Frank Henry, (H. F. & Co.) 193 n Gay 
Frank Henry, peddler, 159 n Eden 
Frank Henry, baker, 259 e Lombard 
Frank Henry C. boxmaker, 30 s Regester 
Frank Henry, grocery, 162 Pearl 
Frank Henry L. (Shwab, F. & Co., and L. F. 

Sf Sons) 124 e Baltimore 
Frank Jacob, sec. hand dealer, 59 s Bond 
Frank Jacob H. butter merchant, Walsh near 

Townsend 
Frank John, laborer, 333 s Dallas 
Frank John, shoemaker, 94 s High 
Frank John, grocery, 6 n Fremont 
Frank John, tailor, 253 n Central av 
Frank John P. cooper, 47 n Dallas 
Frank John, cigarmaker, 209 Montgomery 
Frank John G. pianomaker, 28 Hamburg 
Frank John, variety store, 352 Light 
Frank Capt. John T. 79 s Ann 
Frank John H. barber, 88 Eastern av 
Frank Joseph, shoemaker, 84 s Chapel 
Frank Kaufman, clothing, 189 s Broadway 
Frank Leon, (L. F. ^ Sons) 124 e Baltimore 
Frank Lewis, grocery, 67 n Eden 
Frank Louis, clerk, 28 s Broadway 
Frank L. ^ Sons, (L.,H. L. and M. L. Frank) 

wholesale clothing, 287 w Baltimore 
Frank Marcus A. clerk, 94 e Baltimore 



Frank M. L. (L. F. & Sons) 124 e Baltimore 
Frank Mrs.Margaret,dressmaker, 28 Albemarle 
Frank .Michael, porter, 138 Barre 
Frank M. veterinarian, 2 s Paca 
Fmnk Capt. Milton B. 67 s Ann 
Frank Moses, (M. & S. F.) 193 n Gay 
Frank Jloses, expressman, 121 Orleans 
Frank Myer A. L. bookkeeper, 124 e Baltimore 
Frank M. & S. boots and shoes, 157 Lexington 
Frank Nathan, (F. & Rosenheim) 105 Orleans 
Frank Nisan, (R. Walter & Co ) 10 Hollins 
Frank N. tailor, 110 w Pratt, dw 123 e Lom- 
bard 
Frank Ottmyer, toymaker, 41 German 
Frank Philip, laborer, 212 Vine 
FRANK & ROSENHEIM, (Nathan F., Gustav 
Ro?enheim)rags, iron, &c., 178 Light-stwhf 
Frank Sam'l, butcher, 42 Fell's Point market, 

dw 28 s Broadway 
Frank Sam'l, (A. F. & Sons) 11 Aisquith 
Frank Dr. Sam'l L. 124 e Baltimore 
Frank Simon, (S. F. & Sons) 96 e Baltimore 
Frank Simon, sec. hand clothing, 76 Harrison 
Frank Simon & Sons, (S., Alex, and Daniel 
Frank) wholesale cloths, cassimeres, &c. s e 
cor German and Hanover 
Frank Solomon, (H. F. & Co.) 118 Mulberry 
Frank Solomon, (M. & S. F.) 118 Mulberry 
Frank Wm. shoemaker, 66 Thames 
Frank Wilhelm, grocery, 106 Gough 

FRANKE CHARLES C, Diamond 
Setter, and Manufacturer of Jew- 
elry, No. 7 N. Frederick street, 
dw. No. 144 N. Caroline street 

Franke Christian, tailor, 124 Granby 
Franke Frederick Wm. groceries and liquors, 

186 e Lombard 
Franke Geo. clerk, 41 German 
Franke Henry, cigarmaker, 672 w Baltimore 
Franke John C. cab't maker, 128 n Central av 
Frankel Bros. (Philip and L. Frankel) imp'rs 

kid gloves, corsets, &c. 254 w Baltimore 
Frankel Leopold, (John Gleichman & Co.) 70 

e Lombard 
Frankel L. (F. Bros.) 70 e Lombard 
Frankel Philip, (F. Bros.) 68 e Lombard 
Frankel Philip, (John Gleichman & Co.) 68 e 

Lombard 
Frankenburg George, butcher, 8 s Chapel 
Frankenburg John, butcher, 8 s Chapel 
Frankinstein Samuel, cattle, 933 w Pratt 
Frankinslein Simon, stock dealer, 933 w Pratt 
Franklin Benjamin, painter, 29 York 
Franklin Benjamin, 208 n Eutaw 
Franklin Benj. H. revenue officer, 21 s Wash- 
ington 
Franklin B. bookkeeper, 122 e Fayette 
Franklin Benj. (F. & Sharkey) 269 w Fayette 
FRANKLIN BANK, 15 South 
Franklin Building, e side North, betw Balti- 
more and Fayette 
FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE CO. of Bal- 
timore, 32 Second 
Franklin Geo. paper box maker, 21 Harrison 
Franklin Geo. blacksmith, 351 Columbia 
Franklin Henry, plasterer, 532 w Baltimore 
Franklin Henry J. carter, Druid Hill av near 
citv limits 



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Franklin House, (now Delphej House,) n w 

cor Franklin and Howard 
Franklin Inn, (R.D.Stansbury, prop )50 Hillen 
Franklin Isaac, clothier, 58 Centre Market sp 
Franklin J. D. cigar maker, 244 Conway 
Franklin John, bricklayer, 132 s Bond 
Franklin J. W. clerk, 269 w Fayette 
Franklin Joshua, 351 Columbia 
Franklin Philip, trimmings, 68 e Lombard 
Franklin Margaret, milliner, 73 Lexington 
Franklin Sam. D. bricklayer, 273 e Lombard 
Franklin &c Sharkey, (Benj. Franklin, James 

Sharkey,) house carpenters, 1 n Sharp 
Franklin St. (M. E.) Church, cor Franklin and 

Poppleton 
Franklin St. Presbyterian Church, n w cor 

Franklin and Cathedral 
Franklin Sq. Presbyterian Church, n w cor 

Carey and Fayette 
Franklin Square Baptist Church, Calhoun nr 

Lexington 
Franklin Telegraph Co. Charles S. Shivler, 
manager, offices 125 w Baltimore, 6 Ex- 
change place, 22 Hanover, and Eutaw house 
Franklin Walter, bookkeeper, 114 German 
Franklin Wm. carpenter, 114 German 
Franklin Wm. carpenter, 269 w Fayette 
Franklin Wm. painter, 24 Hill 
Franks Henry, huckster, 35 s Caroline 
Franks Michael, fireman, 287 Cathedral 
Franks Mrs. Mina, confec'y, 35 s Caroline 
Franske Paul, cabinetmaker, 136 Henrietta 
Frantom Mrs. Susan, 12 Essex 
Frantz Herman, cabinetmaker, 361 e Fayette 
Franz Mrs. Anna, confectionery, 16 s Sharp 
Franz Adam, lager beer, 54 s Howard 
Franz Andrew, tailor, 70 Somerset 
Franz Chas. clothing cutter, 35 Hampstead 
Franz Chas. jr. shoem.aker, 322 Aisquith 
Franz Chas. shoemaker, 322 Aisquith 
Franz Conrad, shoemaker, 322 Aisquith 
Franz Conrad, clerk, 70 Somerset 
Franz Ferdinand, baker, 35 s Regcster 
Franz Geo. clerk, 197 Gough 
Franz John, tailor, 70 Somerset 
Franz John, laborer, 83 Johnson » 

Franz John, rags, 109 s Bond 
Franz John A. cutter, 276 e Madison 
Franz Leopold, laborer, 2 Hughes 
Franz Mrs. Mary, seamstress, 109 s Bond 
Franz Michael, cooper, 197 Gough 
Franz Michael weaver, 280 Canton av 
Franz Peter carpenter, 72 Somerset 
Franz Peter, junk, 206 s Bond 
Franz Peter, cutter, 206 Stirling 
Franz Valentine, tailor, 248 Canton av 
Franzke Paul, pianomaker, 136 Henrietta 
Eraser Walter, watchman, 58 Fawn 
Frashline Adam G. dyer, 14 Ivy al 
Fraske Mrs. Gessena, 157 Dover 
Frater Richard, jr, clerk, Adams' Express,289 

Hollins 
Fratiss Anthony, laborer, 350 Eastern av 
FrauenhofF Gustav H. tobacconist, 105 Cross 
Fraund John, varnisher, 129 s High 
Frawley John, laborer, 119 Chesapeake 
Fraunnholz John, stove polisher, 87 Somerset 
Fray Samuel, brakesman, 81 Boston 
Fray Wm. machinist. Eastern av nr Choptank 
Frazer Geo. chandler, rear 164 n Front 
Frazer Wm. R. sr. clerk, 22 n Republican 
Frazer Wm. R. jr. clerk, 22 n Rei)ublican 



Frazier Mrs. Adeline, confec'y, 301 Franklin 
Frazier Mrs. Catherine A. 119 s Bond 
Frazier Chas. H. artist, 42 Philpot 
Frazier Chas. W. driver, 270 s Ann 
Frazier Chas. E. machinist, 246 Eastern av 
Frazier Chas. H. watchman, 70 Bank 
Frazier Chas. W. car driver, 105 s Ann 
Frazier Chas. E. 332 e Pratt 
Frazier Christian, shoemaker, 150 s Eden 
Frazier Cornelius, painter, 73 n High 
Frazier David, engineer, U. S. N. 211 Barre 
Frazier David W. jr. engineer. 211 Barre - 
Frazier Edward H. (E. H. F. & Co.) 332 e 

Pratt 
FRAZIER EDWARD H. & CO. (E. H. Fra- 
zier,) iron and brass works, 132 and 134 

Thames 
Frazier Edward E.letter carrier,305 e Madison 
Frazier Elihu, police, 828 w Baltimore 
Frazier Frederick, carpenter, 42 Philpot 
Frazier Geo. soap boiler, 34 Addison 
Frazier Hinton, shipsmith, 233 Gough 
Frazier Jas. F. sexton of Westminster Church, 

dw over s w cor Balto. and Greene 
Frazier James H. wagoner, 173 Ramsay 
Frazier James, carter, 64 President 
Frazier John C. laborer, 149 s Regester 
Frazier John J. clerk, Camden station 
Frazier Capt. John L. mariner. 73 n Broadway 
FRAZIER JOHN M. attorney, office 28 St.PauI 

dw Balto. CO 
Frazier John R. 44 Chesnut 
Frazier Joseph B. sr; turner, n w cor cor Bond 

and Aliceanna, dw 108 s Bond 
Frazier Joseph B. jr. turner, 108 s Bond 
Frazier Mrs. Minerva A. junk, 63 York 
Frazier Mrs. Priscilla, tailoress, 27 Brune 
Frazier Rebecca, 114 Hanover 
Frazier Richard H. carpenter, 222 w Biddle 
Frazier Wra. moulder, 8 s Calhoun 
Frazier Wm. H. police, 40 Milliman 
Frazier Wm. H. police, cor Chew and Eden 
Frazier Wm. M. barkeeper, 40 Milliman 
Freadman Henry, cigarmaker, 256 Hanover 
Freadman Joseph W. clerk, 235 \v Pratt 
Freadman Moses, 145 s Bond 
Freburger Edward, bricklayer, 156 Battery av 
Freburger Geo. restaurant, 77 Hanover 
Freburger Jacob H. fish huckster, 203 Conway 
Freburger John W. huckster, 201 Conway 
Freburger Peter, bricklayer, 90 s Carey 
Freburger Wm. J. tinner, 8 Fish Market sp 
Frebert Adam, laborer, 28 Shakspear 
Freeh Frederick, shoemaker, 506 w Pratt 
Frecker Henry, tailor, 178 s Regester 
Freckman John, blacksmith, 68 Greenmount av 
Freckman Joseph, tavern, 68 s Eutaw 
Freckman Wm. teacher, 47 Clay 
Frede Anton, shoemaker, 58 Mulberry 
Frede Mrs. Rosina, laundress, 512 Pcnna av 
Fredenburg George, barkeeper, 60 West Falls av 
Frederick Alexander, shoemaker, 123 n Bethel 
Frederick Annie, teacher, 96 Walsh 
Frederick August, laljorer, 237 s Bethel 
Frederick Chas tinner, 26 Preston 
Frederick Christian, confectionery, 80 Orleans 
Frederick Christian, carpenter,4 West Falls av 
Frederick Christopher, butcher, 26 Preston 
Frederick David, tinner, 33 Oxford 
Frederick Frederick, tailor, 262 s Broadway 
Frederick George, butcher, 51 Belair and 84 

Centre markets, dw Harford av ext. 



J. HENRY GIESE & CO., Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 



WM. P. WEBB, G-en. Agent, 4 S. Holliday-st. 



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COMMISSIOV MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGENTS FOH 

Roseiidale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEA-R'S WHARF. 

Frederick Frederick,shoemaker,343e Lombard 
Frederick George A. architect, 41 n Charles 

dw 96 w Centre 
Frederick Henrj-, baker, 8 s Ann 
Frederick Henrj, plumber, 103 Harford av 
Frederick Henry, (T. Mottu & Co.) 69 Walsh 
Frederick Henry C. carpenter, 107 n Fremont 
Frederick Henry P. 194 Gough 
Frederick Jacob, (F. & Sou,) Baltimore co 
Frederick John, blacksmith, n w cor Eastern 

av and Choptank 
Frederick John, laborer, 233 L. Hughes 
Frederick John G. butcher, 95 Centre and 51 

Belair markets, dw Harford av 
Frederick John M. books, &c. 60 Mulberry 
Frederick Kate, housecleaner, 60 n Central av 
Frederick Lainhart,woodenw're,230 Aliceanna 
Frederick Laurence, cedar cooper, 110 Frank- 
lin, dw 69 Walsh 
Frederick Lebrecht, shoemaker, 11 Hill 
Frederick Louis, cigarmaker, 17 Conway 
Frederick Lloyd, carpenter, 172 n Fremont 
Frederick Mrs. Margaret, 60 Mulberry 
Frederick Martha E. seamstress, 172 n Fremont 
Frederick Mrs. Mary, millinery and fancy 

goods, 62 s Howard 
Frederick Michael, cabinetmaker, 206 s Ann 
Frederick Rosa, 269 Raborg 
Frederick Peter,stoves& tinware, 275 Aliceanna 
Frederick Mrs. Sarah, 252 e Biddle 
Frederick & Son, (Jacob F., AVm. T. F.) ice 

dealers, 166 Forrest and 220 n Eutaw 
Frederick Thomas, machinist, 96 s Carey 
Frederick Wm. C. cooper, 33 Mosher 
Frederick Wm. T. brakesman. 96 s Carey 
Frederick Wm. T. (F. & Son,) Baltimore co 
Fredericks Wm. machinist, 26 Preston 
Fredrick Wm. clerk, 187 w Pratt 
Free John G. cooper, 162 Conway 
Free Milton A. plumber, 97 Albemarle 

Freeburn fireman, 287 Cathedral 

Freeburger Alex, caulker, 249 Light 
Freeburger Andrew, huckster, over 19 w Lom- 
bard 
Freeburger Andrew J. machinist, 294 s Sharp 
Freeburger Benj. F. machinist, 596 w Baltimore 
Freeburger Columbus M. 114 L. Greene 
Freeburger Mrs. Eliza, 145 Montgomery 
Freeburger Geo. wheelwright, 508 Penna. av 
Freeburger James H. police, 46 Penn 
Freeburger James M. bricklayer, 114 L. Greene 
Freeburger John, tinner, 596 w Baltimore 
Freeburger Margaret E. trimmings, 249 Light 
Freeburger Mary E. teacher, 596 w Baltimore 
Freeburger Sarah, upholstress, 230 w Pratt 
Freeburger Sol'n, carpenter, 596 w Baltimore 
Freeburger Wm. R. millwright, 145 Montgom- 
ery 
Freedman's Bureau, cor Calvert and Saratoga 
Freedman's Savings and Trust Co. 7 s Gay 
Freedy Alfred, brickmaker, 389 s Eutaw 



Freedy Alfred, brickmaker, cor Light and 

Gittings 
Freedy Dietrick, restaurant, 193 Lexington 
Freeland Daniel, shoemaker, 132 Preston, dw 

56 n Poppleton 
FREELAND, HALL & CO. (T. H. Freeland, 

J. Hall, J. Cox,) grocers and com. merchts. 

45 South 
Freeland Henry, driver, 266 s Ann 
Freeland John T. clerk, 379 Saratoga 
Freeland John T. clerk, 56 n Poppleton 
Freeland Robt. (Thos. I. Hall & Co.) 146 St. 

Paul 
Freeland Thos. H. (F., Hall & Co.) 247 n Eutaw 
Freeland Wm. S. millwright, 56 n Poppleton 
Freeland Zechariah T. agent, 56 n Poppleton 
Freem Andrew J. laborer, 347 s Charles 
Freeman B. Franklin, printer, 41 e Pratt 
Fieeman Caroline, 111 s Bond 
Freeman Chas. P. sailmaker, Ills Bond 
Freeman Mrs. C. A. 319 e Eager 
Freeman Mrs. C. R. 73 n Schroeder 
Freeman Edward, HI s Bond 
Freeman Edwd. D. bookkeeper, 628 w Fayette 
Freeman Frank, printer, 69 n Exeter 
Freeman Frederick L. (Rich & F.)Buck's hotel 
Freeman Henry, blacksmith, 102 L. Greene 
Freeman Jas. furniture dealer, 507 w Baltimore 
Freeman James, laborer, 7 Watson ct 
Freeman John A. furn. dealer, 507 w Baltimore 
Freeman John T., Sarah Ann ext 
Freeman Levin, carpenter, 248 e Monument 
Freeman L. Edgar, bookkeeper, Scott nr Co- 
lumbia 
Freeman Lucien W. clerk, 142 Light st. whf 
Freeman Mrs. Martha, 233 n Caroline 
Freeman R. C. clerk. 111 w Fayette 
Freeman R. C. salesman, 30 s Calvert 
Freeman Sam. B. tobacconist, 188 Madison av 
Freeman Wm. A. sailmaker, 46 s Bond 
Freeman Wm. P. block and pumpmaker, cor 

Caroline and Thames, dw Ann nr Pratt 
Freese Francis P. carpenter, 139 n Eutaw 
FreeseMrs. Joanna, 8 Barnes 
Freesmann Bernard, laborer and grocery, 27 

n Amity 
Freibertshauser Adam, beer, 153 e Fayette 
Freidel Geo. confectioner, 187 s Sharp 
Freidenburg Geo. wheelwright, 508 Penna. av 
Freidenburg Jacob, blacksmith, 510 Penna. av 
Freidenburg John, laborer. 510 Penna. av 
Freidenburg Mrs. Mary, 5 10, Penna. av 
Freidenheim Moges, 69 n Eden 
Freidenreich Abraham, (Springer & F.) 87 w 

Fayette 
Freidenreich Faust, clerk, 139 Saratoga 
Freimiller Adolph, laborer, 39 Lancaster 
Freisch John, laborer, 24 Port 
Freischline Andre, laborer, 18 Tyson 
Freitag Philip, cigarmaker, 419 Light 
Freiting Henry, carpenter, 45 Perry 
French Andrew, carpenter, 479 w Lombard 
French Andrew J. 108 n Eden 
French Andrew J. laborer, 106 s Howard 
French Ann, laundress, 53 s Bethel 
French Chas. tailor, 63 n Exeter 
French Chas. D. carpenter, 144 Columbia 
French Dominic, bailiff U. S. District Court, 

70 Chew 
French Edward, brakesman, 18 Neighbor 
French Geo. W. plasterer, 517 n Gay 
French Henry, tinner, 47 President 



Agents for Rosendale Cement and Plaster, 21 Spear's Wharf. 



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French Jasper, laborer, 13 s Regester 
French John, laborer, 109 Greenmount av 
French John, laborer, 207 s Broadway 
French John, (Townshend, F. & Co.) Prince 

George co 
French Joseph, laborer, 13 8 Regester 
French Jos. J. brass finisher, 248 e Madison 
French Mrs. Mary A. 204 Saratoga 
French Orville, steelpolisher, 34 s Schroeder 
French Richard, watchman, Mt. Royal hill nr 

reservoir 
French Saml. W. carpenter, 27 Holland 
French Mrs. Sarah, 16 Laurel 
French T. J. teacher, 112 s Broadway 
French Thos. watchman, Mt. Royal hill nr 

reservoir 
French Wm. plasterer, 322 e Chase 
French Wm. L. machinist, 54 s Washington 
French Wm. shoemaker, Mt. Royal hill nr res- 
ervoir 
Frenie Anton, barber, 517 w Baltimore 
Frenie Chas. laborer, 69 Mulberry 
Frenie Chas. grocery, 69 Mulberry 
Frenie Geo. brewer, 146 Penna. av 
Frenie Peter, driver, 208 Penna. av 
Fresch Henry, painter, 150 n Pine 
Frescholt John, woodsawyer, 20 Knox al 
Frese Frank, cigarmaker, 68 Lancaster 
Frese Frederick, laborer, 30 Bank 
Frese John F. tobacconist, 287 n Gay 
Frese John H. tobacconist, 107 e Pratt 
Fresh Lewis J. porter, 150 n Pine 
Freshman Geo. carpenter, 88 s Castle 
Freshour Wm. H. salesman, 306 Franklin 
Press John, laborer, 426 Canton av 
Freund Henry, shoemaker, 161 Raborg 
Freund John, laborer, Winderling row 

Frevley opp. 7 Goulds la 

Frey Albert, restaurant, 265 e Madison 
Frey Mrs. Belinda, 128 Barre 
Frey Charles, harnessmaker, 37 Penn. 
Frey Charles, jr. clerk, 30 n Liberty 
Frey C. S. & E. B. plaster mill, 18 Harford av 
Frey Chas. baker, 303 n Eutaw 
Frey Chas. teacher, 20 n Liberty 
Frey Chas. G. baker, 57 Carlton 
Frey C. S.(C.S. & E.B.Frey)13 Greenmount av 
FreyE. B.(C. S.&E.B.Frey) 13Greenm'tav 
FREY E. & S. (Samuel W. Frey, James H. 
Frey,) wholesale druggists, 314 w Baltimore 
Frey Frederick, laborer, 3 Russell 
Frey George, hairdresser, 79 Mulberry 
Frey Gotleib, 263 s Sharp 
Frey Henry, laborer, 93 Gough 
Frey Henry, laborer, foot of Light 
Frey Herman, clerk, 20 n Liberty 
Frey J. & J. (John J. Frey, J. L. Frey, Wm. 
Mantz, ) manufs. of husk mattresses, 47 Mc- 
Kim, 41 n Gay and cor Liberty and Fayette 
Frey Jacob tailor, 11 Spring ct 
Frey Jacob, jr. shoemaker, 37 Penn 
Frey Jacob, engineer, 286 Hanover 
Frey Jacob, boxmaker, 37 Penn 
Frey James H. (E. & S. Frey,) 75 n Paca 
Frey Jas. L. (J. & J. Frey,) 132 e Madison 
Frey John, carpenter, 240 Aliceanna 
Frey Jno. J. (J. & J. Frey,) 182 e Monument 
Frey John, shoemaker, 50 Raborg 
Frey John B. 11 Greenmount av 
Frey John W. bookkeeper, 45 Front, n of 

Foundry 
Frey Joseph, laborer, 13 Henry 



Frey Joseph M. gardener, 35 Greenm't av 
Frey Leop. canmaker,n e cor Sharp & Hamburg 
Frey Lewis, butcher, 6 Richmond market, dw 

754 Penna av 
Frey Mary, teacher, 253 Hanover 
Frey Peter, cabinetmaker, 91 Eastern av 
Frey Sam'l W. £E. (fe S. Frey, ) 554 Lexington 
FreybeFerd.butcher,68 Hanover, and 100 Lex- 
ington markets, dw Penna av near tollgate 
Freyer Conrad, furn. wagoner, 68 n Schroeder 
Freyman Conrad, pianomaker, 177 w Fayette 
Freyman Conrad, pianomaker, 49 Clay 
Freyman Simon, clothier, 346 w Pratt 
Frezzell Nimrod, laborer, 386 Penna av 
Frick Abraham, printer, 50 e Eager 
Frick Adam, tailor, 30 n Bond 
FRICK, BALL & CO., (Robert G. Hoffman, P. 

A. Ball,) tobacco gen'l com. merchants, 63 

Exchange place 
FRICK E. A. & CO. (E. A. Frick,) flour and 

produce com. merchts, 126 North 
Frick E. A. (E. A. Frick & Co.) 143 Park 
Frick Erhardt, tailor, 9 n Chapel 
Frick Frank, (C. Morton Stewart & Co.) 312 

Madison av 
Frick Frank, s e cor Dolphin and Eutaw sq 
Frick Frederick, baker, 167 e Fayette 
FRICK GEO. P. dry goods, 16 Hanover, dw 

n e cor Park av and Mosher 
Frick Jas. S. 175 n Howard 
Frick Wm. F. attorney, over 43 Lexington, 

dw 61 Franklin 
Fricke Henry, cigarmaker, 450 w Baltimore 
Fricker John, carver and gilder, 74 Harford av 
Frickey Charles W. grocer and provisions. 333 

e Fayette 
Friday Mrs. Emma, shoe store, 240 s Sharp 
Friday — , basketmaker, 266 Aliceanna 
Friday Wm. tailor, 21 Shakspear 
Frieburger Lewis, clothier, 710^ w Baltimore 
Fried Bros., (E. & L. Fried,) boots and shoes, 

171 n Gay 
Fried Emanuel H. clerk, 85 Harrison 
Fried Emanuel, (F. Bros.,) 56 Centre Market sp 
Fried Mrs. Henry, clothier, 85 Harrison 
Fried Lewis, (F. Bros.,) 56 Centre Market sp 
Friedberger Jos. (W. F. ^- Son,) 22 s Paca 
Friedberger Wolf, (W. F. cf Son,) 22 s Paca 
FRIEDBERGER AV. & SON, (W. Friedberger, 

J. Friedberger, ) livery stables, 47 s Paca 
Friedel Fred'k, shoemaker, 311 Canton av 
Friedel George 0. laborer, 401 e Lombard 
Friedel John C. shoemaker, 73 n Gay 
Friedel Mrs. Mary, laundress, 326 Canton av 
Friedel Peter, tobacconist, 84 Pearl 
Friedeman Abrm. boots and shoes, 3 w Second 
Friedensrichter Bartol, brushmaker, 25 New 

Church 
Friodenwald Dr. Aaron, 88 n Eutaw 
Friedenwald Geo. carter, Clinton, opp Chesa- 

jteake furnace 
Friedenwald Jos. (Wiesenfield & Co.) 118 e 

Baltimore 
Friederich John G. watchmaker and jeweler, 

181 e Baltimore 
Friederich Michael A. locksmith, 65 Park 
Friedhoffer Dr. John G. 181 n Central av 
Friedhofier John W. carpenter, 92 Hamburg 
P^iedlaender Leon, salesman, 153 Lexington 
Friedman Jacob, boots and shoes, 1 Second, 

dw over 3 Second 
Friedman Sam'l, shoes, 198 Lexington 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain Seeds, Sec. 

AGENTS FOR 

Eosenlale Cement aiiJ Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S ■WHABF. 

Friedmann Menka, clothier, 241 w Pratt, dw 

79 Camden 
Friedrich John G. butcher, 95 Centre Market, 

dw Harford road 
Friel John, laborer, 953 w Pratt 
Friend Alfred ^ Co. (A. and R. A. Friend,) 

oyster and fruit packers, 91 and 93 McElder- 

ry's whf 
Friend Alfred, jr. 49 St. Paul 
Friend Alfred, (A. Friend & Co.) 38 n Calvert 
Friend Conrad, cop'rsraelter, 61 Elliott 
Friend John, painter, 129 s High 
Friend Matthew, laborer, 100 Patuxent 
Friend Richard A. (A. Friend & Co.) 49 St. 

Paul 
Friensheim Charles, jeweler, 153 w Madison 
FRIES FRANCIS L. tailor, 44 Lexington, dw 

22 n Paca 
Friese Chas. currier, 213 and 215 Canton av, 

dw 211 
Friese Jacob, cooper, 22 May 
FRIESE JOHN, cutlery, surgical and dental 

instrument maker, 142 w Fayette, .dw 34 

Marion 
Friese John A. laborer, 222 § Wolfe 
Friese J. A. tavern, 94 Thames 
Friese Joseph, carpenter, 82 Henrietta 
Friese Mary Ann, vestmaker, 230 Saratoga 
Friese Philip C. attorney, over 75 w Fayette, 

dw 225 Franklin 
Frietch Joseph, barber, 28 s Bond 
Frietsch Alvis, 195 s Wolfe 
Frietsch Ambrose, provisions, 344 Canton av 
Frietsch Bernhard, lager beer, 329 Eastern av 
Frincke Rev. Chas. 278 s Sharp 
Fringer Geo. E. carpenter, 574 Penna av 
Fringer Martha B. teacher, 574 Penna av 
Fringer Nicholas, butcher, 574 Fenna av 
Frisbie Catherine, 122 Gough 
Frisbie Edgar G. grocer, 301 Light 
Frisbie Fred'k B. police, 211 Aisquith 
Frisby Andrew, wagoner, 343 e Monument 
Frisby John H. carpenter, Smith nr Penn av 
Frisby Mrs. M. M. boarding, 91 Saratoga 
Frisby Robt. blacksmith, Shields al nr Smith 
Frisby Wm. D. laborer. Shields al nr Smith 
Frisch Christina, 141 n High 
Frisch George, baker, 141 n High 
Frisch Henry, baker, 141 n High 
Frisch Henry, cabinet maker, 168 s Wolfe 
Frisch John, baker, 141 n High 
Frisch John W. grocery, 44 Greenmount av 
Frisch John, laborer, 368 Canton av 
Frisch Mrs. S. 128 n Dallas 
Frisch Mrs. Sophia, junk. 111 Chew 
Frist John, coachmaker, Marion nr Eutaw, dw 

George, 3d door w of Fremont 
Frisus Adolph, clerk, 105 Hanover 
Fritch Charles, provisions, 193 Gough 
Fritsch Frank, laborer, over s e cor Ann and 

Aliceanna 



Fritschner Chas. H. tailor, 61 Henrietta 

Fritz Adam, shoemaker, 122 Eislein 

Fritz Andrew, laborer, 149 Johnson 

Fritz Fred'k, boilermaker, 327 Canton av 

Fritz George, boxmaker, 225 Hanover 

Fritz Henry, gardener, Belair av nr Baltimore 

cemetery 
Fritz Rev. James G. 1 Mosher 
Fritz Jacob, laborer, 249 s Ann 
Fritz John, glassblower, 368 Ostend 
Fritz John, laborer, 306 s Bond 
Fritz Lorens, cabinetmaker, 254 s Sharp 
Fritz Philip C. laborer, 186 Dover 
Fritz Valentine, cooper, 165 Columbia 
Fritziges Frederick, laborer, 113 s Regester 
Frizzell Eliz'h A. dressmaker, 551 w Baltimore 
Frizzell Mrs. Ellen, grocery, 123 e Eager 
Frizzell Rebecca, boarding, 554 w Baltimore 
Frizzell Rich'd T. cigarmaker,551 w Baltimore 
Frizzell Rob't, stonecutter, 33 Oxford I i 

Frizzell Thos. R. cigarmaker, 551 w Baltimore 
Frobel David W. police, 62 n Schroeder 
Frobisch G. weaver, 155 Stirling 
Frochlich Fred'k, tailor, 69 e Fayette 
Froehlich Geo. cab. maker, 339 Canton av 
Froehlich John, cabinetmaker, 339 Canton av 
Froehlich John C. bookkeeper, 159 s Chester 
Frohbose Henry, wagoner, 22 w Pratt 
Frohlich & Figdor, (M. Frohlich, J. Figdor,) 

gents, furnishing goods, 216 s Broadway 
Frohlich M.(Frolich& Figdor)216s Broadway 
Frohlinger Nicholas, china and glass, 161 s 

Broadway ' 
Frohnhauser August, confect'nry, 23 Penna av 
Frohwitter Chas. pianomaker, 220 Lee 
Frome Christian, shoemaker, 55 Gough 
Fromme Fred. W. lithographer, 80 e Lombard 
Fronnickt John, laborer, 181 s Bethel 
Front Street Theatre, cor Front and Low 
Fross John H. boilermaker, 174 William 
Frost Albert, clerk, 112 w Fayette 

Frost , expressman, 133 Conway 

Frost Benj'n H. jeweler, 219 w Baltimore, dw 

124 e Eager 
Frost Byron, carriage painter, 3 w Chase 
Frost H'y, Union Hat Co.n w cor Gay and High 
Frost Mrs. Susan, boarding, 112 w Fayette 
Frost Thomas S. peddler, 3 w Chase 
Frostburg Charles, carpenter, 5 Lancaster 
Frostburg Mrs. Ida, 5 Lancaster 
Frudemyer John, laborer, 234 s Durham 
Frush Dr. C. V. (Geo. J. Reese & Co.) 46 s 

Caroline 
Frush Ferdinand, 46 s Caroline 
Frush Geo. W. D. stone polisher. Brown al nr 

Low 
Frush Jacob, laborer, 94 n Ann 
Frush Jacob, 46 s Caroline 
Frush Julia A. confec'ry. Brown al nr Low 
Frush Luther M. (W. W.F. & Bro.) 292 Mad- 
ison avenue 
FRUSH ^ SNYDER, (Wm. W. Frush, Henry 
Snyder, jr. )flour and feed dealers, 95 Franklin 
Frush Wm. W. (Frush & Snyder, and W. W. 

F.& Co.) 348 n Eutaw 
Frush William, 292 Madison av 
FRUSH WM. W. & CO., (W. W. Frush, H. 
Snyder, jr.) grain, flour and manufacturers 
hominy and corn meal, 99 South 
Frust Frank A. steam floating elevator, 108 s 

Chapel 
Frust Joseph, tailor, 108 s Chapel 



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Fruze Michael, drayman, 71 Oxford 

Frj Albert, lager beer, 265 e Madison 

Fry Mrs. Elizabeth, 44 Camden 

Fry Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, 196 Raborg 

Fry George, engineer, 287 Cathedral 

Fry John C. bookseller, 43 n Charles, dw 122 

Jefferson 
Fry John E. mariner, 273 e Pratt 
Fry Capt. John H. mariner, 273 e Pratt 
Fry Joseph, drover, 34 Frederick av 
Frj' Wm. undertaker, s e cor Broadway and 

Mullikin 
Fry Wm. S. undertaker, s e cor Broadway and 

Mullikin 
Frye Anton, grocery, 193 s Charles 
Fryer Andrew, shoemaker, 146 Mullikin 
Fryer Charles, tailor, 83 n Schroeder 
Fryer James, looking glass and picture frame 

manufacturer, 206 w Baltimore, dw cor 

Decker and Shirk 
Fryer John V. sailmaker, 147 e Lombard 
Fryer Patrick R. police, 147 e Lombard 
Fryer Thomas J. machinist, 146 Mulliiiin 
Fryer Thos.grocery,n w cor Fayette and Exeter 
Fuchler Jacob, tailor, 73 s Durham 
Fuchs Charles, barber, 37 Harrison 
Fuchs Fred'k, jeweler. Park nr Lexington 
Fuchs Fred'k, peddler, over 167 n Gay 
Fuchs Guido, (F., Starklofr& Co.) 25 Conway 
Fuchs Henry, shoemaker, 14 s Dewberry al 
Fuchs John, tailor, 239 e Lombard 
Fuchs Louis, tailor, 301 n Central av 
Fuchs Louis, huckster, 60 King 
Fuchs Mrs. Mary, housekeeper, 329 nCentral av 
Fuchs Moses, drover, s e cor Wolfe & Eastern av 
Fuchs Nicholas, laborer, 124 s Washington 

FUCHS, STARKLOPF & CO. 

(Guido Fuchs, Charles Starkloff, 
Gustav Brude,) Wholesale Li- 
quor Dealers, 60 s Charles street 

Fuchsberger Geo. laborer, 33 Bank 

Fuechsl Ferd. (Goldman & F.) 127 n Howard 

Fuelgner Michael, laborer, 230 Canton av 

Fuger Lieut. Fre'd, U. S. A., Fort McHenry 

Fuggle James, salesman, 59 Conway 

Fugitt Mrs. Mary E. dressmaker, 108 JeflFerson 

Fuheer Elias, shoemaker, 11 May 

Fugman John, turner, 310 Mulberry 

Fuhr Michael, confectioner, 127 w Lombard 

Fuhrhap John shoemaker, 169 s Caroline 

Fuld Abraham, sec. h'd clothing, 115 Orleans 

Fuld Ephraim, clerk, 15 Jackson 

Fuld Isaac, tobacconist, 154 n Gay 

Fuld John, shoemaker, 253 Light 

Fuld Lazarus, junk shop, 44 Jefferson 

Fuld Philip, 187 Chesnut 

Fuld Solomon, photographer, 163 n Gay 

Fulda Bernard S. 15 L. Gough 

Fulda Franklin, shoemaker, 87 Henrietta 

Fuldhower Charles, porter, 202 s Wolfe 

Fulford .]. R. 82 Centre Market space 

Fulhan Thos. 192 s Broadway 

Fulker Joiin, wheelwright, 22 s Dallas 

Fulkenson L. D. salesman, 292 w Baltimore 

Fulkner Charles, boilermaker, 16 Abey al 

Fulks Dr. Jas. S. 186 Penna av 

Full John H. rigger, 163 s Ann 

FuUencarap John H. blacks'th,571 w Lombard 



Fuller Andrew, tailor, 57 Centre Market space 
Fuller Benj. G. plumber, 94 n Howard 
Fuller Charles F. carpenter, 129 n Exetei' 
Fuller Charles W. mariner, 65 s Washington 
Fuller Dwight B. asriated bread bakery, 375 

w Pratt 
Fuller Geo. W. plumber, 271 e Lombard 
Fuller Geo. F. paper hanger, 44 n Poppleton 
Fuller Henry, police, 124 s Central av 
Fuller James, gen'l inspector flour, office n w 

cor German and Howard, dw 73 Granby 
Fuller James, laborer, 567 w Lombard 
Fuller John B. plumber, 271 e Lombard 
Fuller Joseph, porter, 206 German 
Fuller Joseph G. painter, 24 Gough 
Fuller Joshua K. laborer, 40 Dolphin 
Fuller Joshua K. laborer, 173 n Paca 
Fuller Joshua M. (F. & Ritter,) 121 n Exeter 
Fuller Lucy, teacher, 362 e Baltimore 
Fuller Paul, carter, 17 Preston 
Fuller & Ritter, (Joshua M. F., Henry Ritter,) 

grocers, 133 Aisquith 
Fuller Rev. Dr. Richard, 97 Park 
Fuller Mrs. Sarah A. 362 e Baltimore 



FULLER WM. & CO. (Wm. Ful- 
ler, Wm. L. Lyon,) Dealers in Tin 
Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire and 
Metals of all kinds, also Stamped 
Tin Ware, House Furnishing 
Goods, Tinman's Tools, Machines, 
&c., 27 and 29 Light, cor Water. 



Fuller Wm. (Wm. F. & Co.) 219 Saratoga 
Fuller Wm. S. hydrant maker, 216 Harford av 
Fullerton Geo. clerk, 265 n Howard 
Fullerton Peter, coach trimmer, 18 s Exeter 
Fullerton Thos. D. (F. & West,)614 w Fayette 
Fullerton & West, (Thos. D. F., H. M. West,) 

cloths wholesale, 226 w Baltimore 
Fullerton Wm. J. clerk, 265 n Howard 
Fulling John, bandbox maker, 297 Aliceanna 
Fullmer Chas. driver, 8 New Church 
Fullmer Gotleib, shoemaker, 203 Light 
Fullmer John, laborer, 1 HuU's la 
Fullmer John, mariner, 255 Aliceanna 
Fullmer John F. laborer, 281 Aliceanna 
Fullner Gabriel, gunsmith, 58 s Chapel 
Fullner George N. gunsmith, 58 s Chapel 
FuUum Francis J. laborer, 170 Ramsay 
Fullum James, moulder, 75 Raborg 
Fullum Joseph, clerk, 45 s Schroeder 
Fullwood Chas. H. stonecutter, 191 n Exeter 
Fulmar Daniel, baker, 141 n Fremont 
Fulmar Henry, baker, 141 n Fremont 
Fulraer Thos. confectioner, 263 e Lombard 
Fulton Alb't K. (Chas. C. F. & Son,) 610 

Lexington 
Fulton Alex'r, commercial editor Baltimore 

American, 14 n Calhoun 
FULTON CHAS C. & SON, (C. C. and A. K. 

Fulton, ) publishers Baltimore American and 

Commercial Advertiser, 128 w Baltimore 
Fulton Chas. C. (Chas. C. F. & Son,) cor 

Kirby's la, and Liberty road 
Fulton David C. (Carlin & F.) Ellicott City 
Fulton Edington, assistant editor Baltimore 

American, 37 Fawn 
Fnlton Edington P. clerk, 37 Fawn 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Tailors and Clothiers, Men and Boys' 



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J. HENRY GIESE & CO. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

A(ii:N'r!S FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEA-R'S WHARF. 

Fulton Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y., J. G. Proud & 

Sons, agents, 63 Second 
Fulton George H. salesman, I'ZB Preston 
Fulton Henry, clerk, 105 Gough 
Fulton Ljman, 100 n Front 
Fulton James, cigarmaker, n w cor Druid Hill 

av and Biddle 
Fulton John L. fireman, 187 East 
Fulton John W. blacks'h,219 w Biddle.dw 221 
Fulton John B. H. 176 Preston 
Fulton Dr. Robert, office 53 s Sharp 
Fulton Thomas H. switchman, 187 East 
Fulton \Vm. brakesman, 187 East 
Funk Andrew M. carpenter, Clifton 
Funk Augustus, barber, 6 e Monument 
Funk Augustus, tobacconist, 227 e Eager 
Funk Christian, shoemaker, 282 Montgomery 
Funk Charles D. clerk, 501 w Fayette 
Funk Frank, laborer, 247 s Broadway 
Funk F. H. tailor, 227 e Eager 
Funk Geo. laborer, 34 Gist nr Canton av 
Funk George, laborer, 60 Aliceanna 
Funk George, puddler, 147 s Regester 
Funk Henry, laborer, Wolfe nr Thames 
Funk Henry, laborer, 147 s Regester 
Funk Henry, grocery, 293 n Central av 
Funk Jacob, gardener, 89 Johnson 
Funk Jacob D., Clifton 
Funk Jacob, machinist, Clifton 
Funk John J. butcher, 20 Cross-st. Market, 

dw Clifton* 
Funk Joseph W. carpenter, 501 w Fayette 
Funk Margaret, 1 79 Eastern av 
Funk Michael, cabinetmaker, 35 Bank 
Funk Peter, roller, Choptank nr Canton av 
Funk Rudolph, confectioner, 469 w Baltimore 
Funk Wm. shoemaker, 3 New Church 
Funk Wm. carpenter, 2 n Strieker, dw 501 w 

Fayette 
Funkhouser Elijah, tobacconist, 9 St. Paul, dw 

47 n Liberty 
Furlong John, laborer. 111 s Spring 
Furlong John, porter, 751 Light 
■ Furlong John M. porter, 7 Sterrett 
Furlong J. .Miller, clerk, 27 e Baltimore 
Furlong John W. painter, 156 McHenry 
Furlong Michael, laborer, 176 Ramsay 
Furlong Richard, laborer, 120 Greenmount av 
Furlong Thomas, laborer, 125 Chesapeake 
Furlong Wm. G. dry goods, 27 e Baltimore 
Furlong Wm. H. painter, 156 McHenry 
FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO. OF 

BALTIMORE, (H. Grote, J. Hartner, C. H. 

Ackerman, J. Jayde, L. Hehl, ) n w cor Fay- 
ette and Liberty. 
FurnofiF Philip, laborer, 423 Canton av 
Furry Patrick, laborer, 64 Hillen 
Furscht Lawrence, screwman, 406 Canton av 
Furst Joseph, carpenter, 100 Cathedral, dw 

119 Druid Hill av 
Ferstenhaupt Frederick, architect, 8 s High 



Furstenheim Paul, clerk, 79 s Sharp 

Fury James, carpenter, 56 e Prattj 

Fury Wm. H. wagoner, 193 Vine 

Fuss Wm. finisher, 12 Callender al 

Fussell Mrs. Lillie, 55 Front n of Foundry 

FUSSELL J. & CO. (J. Fussell, F. A. Benson,) 
ice cream and country produce, Saratoga 
building, Saratoga near Calvert 

Fusselbaugh, Wm. H. B., oils, paints, paper 
hangings, &c., 168 n. Gay, and police com- 
missioner, office 12 n Holliday 

Fuxs Jacob, laborer, 250 e Eager 

G. 

Gabbert John, 243 s Bethel 

Gabel Casper, cooper, 55 Leadenhall 

Gabel Frederick, laborer, 6 Fell 

Gabel John, tailor, 34 n Dallas 

Gabel Wm. H. laborer, 402 West 

Gabele Abraham, butcher, 94 Belair market, 

dw 156 Elliott 
Gabelhoff Henry, laborer, 212 s Wolfe 
Gahle Aristello, (G. & Bro.) 244 n Caroline 
GABLE & BRO. (Wm. and A. Gable,) mar- 
ble cutters, cor Gay and Frederick 
Gable Benj. F. plasterer, 190 n Central av 
Gable Caroline, 244 n Caroline 
Gable Franklin, stonecutter, 244 n Caroline 
Gable George D. turner, 61 Plum al 
Gable Henry, 376 n Gay 
Gable Henry, coachsmith, 5 Walnut al 
Gable Jacob, baker, 533 Lexington 
Gable Mrs. Johanna, laundress, 37 Jefiferson 
Gable John, boilermaker, 102 Cooksie 
Gable Mrs. John, 228 n Eutaw 
Gable Peter, shoemaker, Chappell nr Penna av 
Gable Wm. clerk, 5 Sterrett 
Gable Wm. (G. & Bro.) 244 n Caroline 
Gable Wm. H. plasterer, 376 n Gay 
Gabriel John, tailor, 47 Hollins 
Gabriel Paul, cabinetmaker, Washington hotel 
Gabrio Adolph, cigarmaker, 56 Portland 
Gabrio Wm. F. barkeeper, 52 Portland 
Gache Rev. Hypolite, Loyola college 
Gacobi Mrs. Elizab'h, grocery, 29 n Poppleton 
Gadd Chas. oyster shucker, 69 Dawson al 
Gadd George, oyster shucker, 69 Dawson al 
Gadd George, oyster shucker, 235 Lemmon al 
Gadd Luther C. carpenter, 9 Williamson al 
Gadd Luther C. jr. engineer, 31 Henrietta 
Gadd Luther C. sr. shoemaker, 31 Henrietta 
Gadd Mrs. Mary, 69 Dawson al 
Gadd Samuel S. engineer, 31 Henrietta 
Gadd Thomas J. boilermaker, 31 Henrietta 
Gaddes Charles W. laborer, 189 East 
Gaddess Alexander, 13 s Liberty 
Gaddess Mrs. Alexander, 288 Mulberry 
GADDESS BROS. (T. S., C. W. and V. Gad- 
des.s, ) proprietors steam marble works, s w 
cor Sharp and German and 25 German 
Gaddess Chas. W. (Gaddess Bros.)13 s Liberty 
Gaddess Thos.S. (Gaddess Bros.) 7 Courtland 
Gaddess Virginius, (Gaddess Bros. )13 s Liberty 
Gade John, lace weaver, 85 e Pratt 
Gade John W. coach trimmer, 85 e Pratt 
Gaebel Conrad, baker, 104 n Pine 
Gaeble Paul, butcher, 85 Centre and 14 Fell's 

Point markets, dw Monument nr Castle 
Gaede Fred'k, wood carver, 50 Albemarle 
Gaehle Mrs. Henry F., n w cor Richmond and 
Howard 



Clothing, Marble Hall, 38 and 40 West Baltimore Street. 



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GAEHLE'S PIANO MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY, formerly Gaehle & Co., n e cor 
Eutaw and Fayette, and 15, 11. 19 n Eutaw. 
— [^Seepage 16 Advertisements. 1 
Gaeble Louis, varnisher, 63 Portland 
Gaehle Mary D. 346 Lexincrton 
Gaff Patrick, laborer, 24 n Durham 
Gaff Wm. carpenter, 14 s Bethel 
Gafifney John, police, 17 Neighbor* 
Gaffney Thomas, tailor, 17 Neighbor 
Gafifney Wm. peddler, 235 s Dallas 
Gaffney Wm. laborer, 17 Neighbor 
Gagan Bernard, carter, 137 s Castle 
Gagan Catherine, variety store, 2 Hagan ct 
Gagan John, carter, 1 Hagan' s ct 
Gagan Patrick, carter, 2 Hagan' s ct 
Gage John, laborer, 63 Front n of Foundry 
Gage W. L. com. raerch't, 101 s Washington 
Gagel Andrew, lager beer, 170 s Bond 
Gagel Martin, tailor, 56 Portland 
Gahagan John, laborer, 26 Morris al 
Gahagan Wm. laborer, 213 Cross 
Gahagan Capt. Wm. C. 219 Montgomery 
Gahan Lawrence, laborer, Chappell nr Pennaav 
Gahan Mrs. Margaret, 109 Hollins 
Gahan P. boot and shoe store, 87 n Charles 
Gahan Patrick, laborer, 8 Rose 
Gahan Patriick, laborer, 43 President 
Gahart James V. carter, 35 Peach al 
Gaigley Joseph, laborer, 248 u Central av 
Gail Charles, carver, 159 German 
Gail Emil, stoves and tinware, 210 n Gay 
Gail George, shoemaker, 87 w Fayette, dw 40 

n Caroline 
Gail Geo. W. (G. W. Gail & Ax,) 57 Barre 
GAIL G. W. & AX, (G. W. Gail, Christian 
Ax, E.S. Sutro,) tobacco manufg. and im- 
porters of pipes and cigars, 28 Barre 
Gail John, boilermaker, 96 Ramsay 
Gain Elijah, laborer, 13 s Republican 
Gainer Charles, wireworker, 39 Marion 
Gaines Henry, barkeeper, 142 s Eutaw 
Gainor Charles T. clerk, 1 n Republican 
Guinor Edward, coach painter, I n Republican 
Gainor James H. carpenter, 1 n Republican 
Gainor John, laborer, 168 Greenraount av^ 
Gainor Wm.E. machinist, 1 n Republican* 
Gaither Fletcher, painter, 123 Stirling 
GAITHER GEO. R. merchant, over 20 Ger- 
man, dw38 Cathedral 
Gaither Geo. R. jr. (Geo. R. G. jr. & Co.) 24 

Cathedral 
GAITHER GEO. R. Jr. & CO. (Geo. R. G. 
jr, Thos. H. Gaither, )com. merchs. 4 Camden 
Gaither Greenbury, harness and trunk maker, 

191 w Pratt 
Gaither Jos. N. coach painter, 292 n Gay 
Gaither R. D., Western hotel 
Gaither Thomas G. police, 58 n Fremont 
Gaither Thomas II. (Geo. R. Gaither, jr. & 

Co.) Eutaw house 
Gaither Thos. B. deputy clerk Superior Court, 

253 e Biddle 
Gaither A'^achel H. carpenter, 104 s Exeter 
Gaither Wm. M. jeweler, over 22 Water, dw 
^ 42 St. Paul 

Gaitlcy John H. butclier, 64 n Oregon 
Gaitley John, coachpaiuter, 3 Webster al 
Gaitley Rev. John T., St. Bridget's Church, 
Canton nr Hudson 
> Gaitley .Martin, laborer, 21 w Foundry 
Galbraith Jno.Clift'n, bookk'r, 648 w Fayette 



Galbreath Sam'l, poster, cor Caroline and Jef- 
ferson 
Galbreth Sam'l, grocer, 129 n Caroline 
Galbreth Sam'l, jr. clerk, 129 n Caroline 
Galbreth Wm. E. clerk, 129 n Caroline 
Gale Mrs. E. M. 177 w Hoffman 
Gale George W. grain inspector, office 3 Wood, 

dw Dorchester co 
Gale Joseph H. jeweler, 72 Aisquith 
Gale Levin, attorney, 34 St. Paul, dw 197 w 

Hoffman 
Gale Rob't W. 105 w Fayette 
Gale Mrs. Sophia, boarding, 105 w Fayette 
Gale Susan, 122 Park av 
Gale Thomas M. clerk, 39^ Courtland 
Gale Thos. principal male free school of Balti- 
more, 39j Courtland 
Galinetti Eusebio, cake stand, s w cor Pratt 

and Light, dw 244 s Eutaw 
Galivin Patrick, laborer, 58 Cooksie 
Gall Adolph J. engraver, over 177 w Pratt 
GALLAGHER ALEXANDER, boot and shoe- 
maker, 95 n Eutaw 
Gallagher Mrs. Ann, s e cor Eden andAliceanna 
Gallagher Arthur, porter, 39 w Eager 
Gallagher Arthur, distilleryman, 386 w Eager 
Gallagher Bridget, 1 Griffiss ct 
Gallagher Mrs. Catherine, 95 Garden 
Gallagher Charles R.(Duvall & G.) 59 Second 
Gallagher Chas. F. plasterer, 93 Chatsworth 
Gallagher Charlotte, dressmaker, 5 George 
Gallagher Edward, caulker, 183 s Castle 
Gallagher Eliza T. 1 12 n Pine 
Gallagher Francis, laborer, 24 Lemmon 
Gallagher Frank J. bookkeeper, 259 s Sharp 
Gallagher F. II. mercantile college, over 207 

and 209 w Baltimore, dw 407 w Fayette 
Gallagher Francis T. carpenter, 14 Courtland 

dw 14 s Exeter 
Gallagher H. L. bookkeeper, 407 w Fayette 
Gallagher Hugh, laborer, 386 w Eager 
Gallagher James, laborer, 20 Slemmer al 
Gallagher James, laborer, 3 Abraham 
Gallagher James, coachman, 79 Franklin 
Gallagher James J. carpenter, 259 s Sharp 
Gallagher Jas. P. tavern. Falls rd nr tollgate 
Gallagher Jas. J. clerk, 149 w Pratt 
Gallagher James, peddler, 109 n High 
Gallagher John, stonecutter, 106 Stirling 
Gallagher John, laborer, 83 s Durham 
Gallagher John, coachtrimmer, 28 s Central av 
Gallagher John T. ironworker, 259 s Sharp 
Gallagher John B. clerk, 171 n Paca 
Gallagher John, police, 353 Cathedral 
Gallagher Joseph, coachman, 22 Garden 
Gallagher Mrs. Margaret, laundress, 24 Fawn 
Gallagher Martha A. 171 u Paca 
Gallagher Mary A. 171 n Paca 
Gallagher Mrs. Mary J. 79 Franklin 
Gallagher Mary, 33 George 
Gallagher Owen, laborer, 9 Rock 
Gallagher Patrick, finisher, 267 s Charles 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, 24 Booth 
Gallagher Mrs. Rosa, grocery, 79 Franklin 
Gallagher Sam'l, laborer, 125 North 
Gallagher Sarah A. 171 n Paca 
Gallagher Thomas, boot and shoe manuf. s w 

cor Paca and Saratoga 
Gallagher Thomas, laborer, 38 Haubert 
Gallagher Thomas, raiimaker, 8 s Gist 
Gallagher Thomas, laborer, 87 York 
Gallagher Wm. laborer, 82 Boyd 



J. HENEY GIESE & CO., Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 



WM. P. WEBB, Gen. Agent, 4 S. HoUiday-st. 



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

ACtENTS fok 

Roseniale Cenieut aiil Plaster, 

21 SPEAKS "WHARF. 



Gallaway Greenbury, sailmaker, 85 Stiles 
Gallaway James L. provisions, 104 s High 
Gallaway Jesse F. conductor, 59 McHenry 
Gallaway Mrs. Mary, 123 s Eden 
Gallaway Vincent, "blacksmith, 85 Mount 
Gallaway Wm. G. machinist, 150 Scott 
Gallaway Wm. G. machinist, 473 w Pratt 
Gallaway AVm. engineer B. & 0. R. 138 Mc- 
Henry 
Gallens Nicholas,scissorgrinder, rear 101 East- 
ern av 
Gallery Bryan, laborer, 241 Hamburg 
Gallion Peter, sawyer, 9 Etna la 
Galloway James H. iisherman, 178 William 
Galloway John, cooper, 88 McElderry 
Galloway Martin, laborer, 510 w Pratt 
Galloway Sam'l F. bricklayer, 303 William 
Galloway Thomas builder, 45 n HoUiday, dw 

389 Franklin 
Galloway Wm. (W. A. Boyd & Co.) Gilmor 

2d door south of Franklin 
Galloway Wm. A. bricklayer, 150 n Caroline 
Galm Wm. tavern, 228 Henrietta 
Galm Wm. clothing cutter, 221 Henrietta 
Gallup John F. cabinetmaker, 131 n Broadway 
Gallup John W. carpenter, 131 n Broadway 
Gallup Mrs. Mary Ann, 21 s Caroline 
Galster Fred'k, tailor, Gay-st ext 
Gait Capt. Henry, 98 s Eden 
Gait Henry, jr. mariner, 98 s Eden 
Gait Dr. John M. 146 e Pratt 
Gait Mrs. Mary, 110 e Pratt 
Gait Robert, clerk, 110 e Pratt 
Galvin Mrs. Harriet, 84 n Schroeder 
Galvin Joseph, printer, 84 n Schroeder 
Galvin Patrick, laborer, 30 e Monument 
Gambel Thos. B. clerk N. C. R. 154 e Eager 
Gambin Lewis, French teacher, Gilmor, s of 

Franklin 
Gamble George, (G. & Moffett) cor Amity and 

McHenry 
Gamble Geo. watchman, 160 German 
Gamble Rev. James, 4 n Ann 
Gamble James P. chandler, 26 Comet 
Gamble James, 43 Greenmount av 
Gamble Mrs Jane, grocery, n e cor Caroline 

and L Hampstead 
Gamble Mary, dressmaker, 5 George 
Gamble Mrs. Mary, tavern, 186 McHenry 
Gamble Mrs. Matilda, 120 s Chapel 
Gamble & Mofifett,( George G., John T. Moffett) 

restaurant, 150 w Fayette 
Gamble Rob't, carpenter, 6 Rose 
Gamble Thos. B. sr. clerk, 154 e Eager 
Gamble Thos. B. jr. clerk, 154 e Eager 
Gambrall Sam' l,coach painter, 554 w Baltimore 
Gambrell Jas. H. mariner, 289 e Fayette 
Gambrill Augustus, bookkeeper, 38 Commerce 
GambriU Albert, (C. A. Gambrill & Co.) 56 

Mt. "Vernon pi 
Gambrill Mrs. E. 266 Hollins 



GAMBRILL C. A. & CO. (0. A. Gambrill 

R. G. Macgill, P. H.Macgill, A. Gambrill,) 

merchant millers, 32 and 36 Commerce 
Gambrill Charles A. jr. (Gambrill, Sons & Co.) 

160 McCuUoh X, .„ «. n \ 

Gambrill Charles A. (C. A. Gambrill & Co.) 

56 Mt. Vernon place 
Gambrill Geo.T. (G. & Williar) Eutaw house 
Gambrill Horatio N. (Gambrill, Sons & Co.) 

250 n Charles t, n \ 

Gambrill Henry W. (Gambrill, Sons & Co.) 

250 n Charles 
Gambrill John A., Gen. Wayne hotel 
GAMBRILL SONS & CO. (H. N. Gambrill, C. 

A. Gambrill, Wm. B. Gambrill, Henry C. 

Tudor) Druid mills, 41 w Lombard 
Gambrill Thomas, grocery. 162 n Pine 
Gambrill Wm. B. (Gambrill, Sons & Co.) 67 

Dolphin ,„ ^ ^ r^ -n 

GAMBRILL & WILLIAR (G. T. G., G. P. 

Williar) genl. com. merch'ts, 2 J Camden 
Gamishousen Lou, shoemaker, 178 East 
Gammer Jacob F. tailor, 21 e Pratt 
Gammie George, butcher, 36 Belair market, 

dw 210 Harford av 
Gammon David H. salesman, 319 w Baltimore 
Gammon Geo. F. salesman, 105 w Lombard 
Gammon J. P. clerk, 322 w Baltimore 
Gampert Paul, provisions, 106 Jefferson 
Gandley Michael, laborer, 161 Aliceanna 
Gandy John, huckster, 309 Forrest 
Gang Joseph, laborer, 76 Somerset _ 

Ganger Mrs. Mary A. laundress, 14_n Spring 
Ganger Wm. telegraphist, 14 n Spring 
Gannan Thomas, laborer, i55 Aliceanna 
Gannon Alfred, laborer, 1 Abraham 
Gannon Alex, harness maker, 170 s Charles 
Gannon Daniel, grocery & liquors, 133 Kaborg 
Gannon Daniel, porter at Gilmor house 
Gannon James, carpenter, 210 Harford av 
Gannon John, grocery, 38 Hillen 
Gannon Mrs. Mary, over 106 Dugan s wht 
Gannon Michael, laborer, over 82 Boyd 
Gannon Thomas, laborer, 219 Lemon al 
Gannon Thomas, grocery, 1 Columbia 
Gans Charles, clerk, 67 Mullikin 
Gans Isaac, clerk, 67 Mullikin 
Gans Louis, (Rosenstock & G.,) Madison av 

nr Northern av 
Gans Simon, rag dealer, 131 Camden 
Ganseweg Rudolph, tobacconist, 50 Camden 
Ganster Peter clothing cutter, 92 s Castle 
Ganster Nicholas C. tailor, 17 Brown 
Gantley John, bookbinder, 11 sPoppleton 
Gantt Benj. E. (B. E. G. & Co.) Millersville, 
Maryland ^ , . 

Gantt B. E. & Co. (B. E. G., E. R. Sparks) 
ins. brokers, over s w cor Balto. and South 
Gantt George, blacksmith, 110 Leadenhall 
Gantt Richard R. clerk, 285 w Fayette 
Gantt Samuel E. clerk, 692 w Baltimore 
Gautt Samuel N. grocery, 692 w Baltimore 
Ganz John, tailor, 25 n Pine 
Ganzhorn Mrs. Barbara, 122 Front n of Foun- 
dry 
Ganzhorn Michael, shoemaker, 72 n Schroeder 
Gaoppel Henry, notions, 168 s Eutaw 
Gapetz Philip, shoemaker, 145 Dolphin 
Garbade Wm. boot fitter, 214 w Pratt 
Garbar Dennis, tobacconist, 42 Durst al 
Garbe Conrad shoemaker, 1 1 Spring ct 
GarberHy.S. (Jac'b Hyland& Co.) 24 Camden 



Agents for Kosendale Cement and Plaster, 21 Spear's WLarf. 



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Garber Ignatz, tobacconist, 42 Durst al 
Garber Uriah, slioemalver, 788 w Baltimore 
Gard Jobn, tailor, over 49 Harrison 
Garda M'lle. Anna, french laundress, 89 Les- 

ingion 
Gardiner John T painter, 222 Chestnut 
Gardiner L. DeBarth (W. A. Padgalt & Co.) 

Townsend nr Walsh 
Gardiner Robert, 162 n High 
Gardiner Wm. J. clerk, 401 Saratoga 
Gardner Alderson, wheelwright, 122 Cross 
Gardner Alfred S. staves &c. 37 Commerce, 

dw 301 w Lombard 
Gardner Almore M. (Hatton & G.,) 103 n Car- 
oline 
Gardner Almore, police. 103 n Caroline 
Gardner And. J. boolikeeper, 616 w Baltimore 
Gardner Mrs. Ann, confectioner, 161 Lee 
Gardner Anfone, tailor, 47 n Spring 
Gardner Anthony B. artist, 54 Thames 
Gardner Aug's M. butcher, 13 Hanover market, 

dw cor Mary and Retreat, n of Northern av 
Gardner Bernard, cooper, Leadenhall, near 

Hamburg 
Gardner Bernard, cooper, 150 Cross 
Gardner Christopher, carpenter, 6 Pearl 
Gardner Clara, tavern, 256 s Caroline 
Gardner nonra(J, carter, 625 Light 
Gardner Cyrus M., Swan tavern 
Gardner Daniel, fisherman, 7 Gough 
Gardner David S. blacksmith, 43 Watson 
Gardner E. N. flour and groceries, 149 n 

Howard, dw Eutaw house 
Gardner Ephraim, oakcooper, 37 Commerce,dw 

301 w Lombard 
Gardner Eli H. farmer, 591 w Lombard 
Gardner Mrs. Elizabeth H. 255 e Biddle 
Gardner Francis, prop. Gardner's hotel, impor- 
ter and dealer in Rhine wine. 8 and 1 s High 
Gardner Dr. Franklin B. 214 w Bidddle 
Gardner Frederick, carter, 194 s Washington 
Gardner Geo. W. tinner, 616 w Baltimore 
Gardner Geo, jr. , teller Second National Bank, 

300 e Pratt 
Gardner George, clerk, 6 Pearl 
Gardner George, police, 149 s Ann 
Gardner George, cardriver, intersection of 

Linden av and Northern av 
Gardner Henry, laborer. 16 Fountain 
Gardner Henry, 192 n Calvert 
Gardner Henry, clerk, 1 n Carey 
Gardner Mrs. Henrietta, nurse, 621 w Pratt 
Gardner Isaac, sailmaker. 1 06 s Eden 
Gardner Isaiah, dep. sheriff, 175 s Charles 
Gardner James, builder. 179 w Lombard, dw 

Baltimore co. 
Gardner James, builder, 355 e Monument 
Gardner James, stevedore, 205 Aliceanna 
Gardner James, shoemaker, 211 n Bond 
Gardner James, carpenter, 248 Bank 
Gardner James B. shoemaker, 187 e Eager 
Gardner John G. clerk, 175 s Charles 
Gardner Jennie, 200 Canton av 
Gardner John, laborer. Canton n of O'Donnell 
Gardner Jno. N. (J. N. Gardner & Co., ) Voshell 

House 
Gardner John, 7 Gough 
GARDNER J. N. & CO. (J. N., Willis, and 

Wm. Gardner) N. C, elevator foot of Bond 
Gardner John, shoemaker, 232 Lexington 
Gardner Joseph, moulder, 101 Hamburg 
Gardner Josiah J. machinist, 139 Druid Hill av 



Gardner Lovelace N. hardware, 102 Franklin, 

dw Western hotel 
Gardner Rev, Leonard M. 83 w Biddle 
Gardner Martin, cigarmaker, 109 Gough 
Gardner Mrs. Mary E. 179 Franklin 
Gardner Mrs. Mary L. 50 n Central av 
Gardner Michael, huckster, 248 Bank 
Gardner Nowell, hardware, Franklin nr Eutaw, 

dw Western hotel 
Gardner Peter, laborer, 109 Gough 
Gardner Richard F. restaurant, 42 w Fayette, 

dw 384 Lexington 
Gardner Robert & Son, (Robert G. sr., Robert 

G. jr.) paper bag manufs. 123 Hillen 
Gardner Robert, sr. (Robert G. & Son,) Balti- 
more CO 
Gardner Robert, jr., (Rob't G. & Son,) Balti- 
more CO 
Gardner S. S. & M. E. children's clothing, 66 

Lexington, dw 301 w Lombard 
Gardner Thos. laborer, Canton n of O'Donnell 
Gardner V. E. clerk, ^6 George 
Gardner Wm. laborer,4 Fort av 
Gardner Wm. 161 Lee 
Gardner Wm. driver, 51 e Madison 
Gardner Wm. hackman, 140 Vine 
Gardner Wm. carpenter, 99 n Eden 
Gardner Wm. carpenter, 125 Pearl 
Gardner Wm. moulder, 177 Hanover 
Gardner Wm. driver, 61 Greenmount av 
Gardner Wm. (J. N.G. & Co.) 280 e Lombard 
Gardner Wm. G. & Co. (Wm. G. Gardner, 
Jas. G. Clark,) oils, lamps, &c. 11 s Liberty 
Gardner Wm. G. (W. G. G. & Co.) 301 w 

Lombard 
Gardner Wm. H. painter, 103 n Caroline 
Gardner Wm. H. painter, 25 L. Hampstead 
Gardner Wm. H. 616 w Baltimore 
Gardner Wm. J. clerk, 401 Saratoga 
Gardner W^m. J. butter dealer, 93 Lexington 

market, dw 125 Pearl 
Gardner Wm. L. plumber and gas fitter, 236 e 

Pratt 
Gardner Willis, (J.N.G.& Co.) 280 e Lombard 
Gareis Charles, barber, 190 e Monument 
Gareis Geo. lightning rods, 10 e Monument 
Gareis J. Christian, cupper, leecher and bar- 
ber, 190 e Monumant 
Gareis John N. salesman, 3 Trinity 
Garew John, carpenter, 3 Trinity 
Garey Andrew, laborer, 35 Guilford al 
Garey Henry F. Judge of Ct. Com. Pleas, 607 

w Fayette 
Garhold H'y, saddlet'reemaker, 135 s Caroline 
Garian Wm. H. chairmaker, 39 Milliman 
Garitte Charles E. clerk, 536 Lexington 
Garitte Wm. L. brickraaker, Washington rd, 

dw 536 Lexington 
Garland Mrs. Caroline, 350 n Eutaw 
Garland James, jr. iron worker, 56 Front, n 

of Foundry 
Garland James, coal oil refiner, 56 Front, n 

of Foundry 
Garland Joseph, ship joiner, 16 Hamburg 
Garland Spottswood, attorney, 25 Lexington 
Garlick Peter, laborer, 195 Vine 
Garlin Geo. mariner, 316 s Bond 
Garman Horace, laborer, 246 llollins 
Garman Thomas, laborer, 28 Rock 
Garman Warren, moulder, 246 llollins 
Garman Warren, jr., clerk, 246 Hollins 
Gamier John H.jr., shoemaker, 200 Eastern av 



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J. HENRY GlESE & CO. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 



Garmendia C. G. de, (B. R. Spalding & Co.) 

103 n Charles 
Garmendia C. G. de, shipping and commis. 
merch't and imp. of wines, liquors and ci- 
gars, 43 w Lombard, dw 103 n Charles 
Garmhausen John, shoemaker, 116 n Eutavv, 

dw 48 Druid Hill av 
Garmhaussen Elizabeth, 48 Druid Hill av 
Gamihaussen Frederick C. clerk, 349 Pennaav 
Gai-ner Thomas, carpenter, 314 Raborg 
Garnett Mrs. G. F. 258 Hollins 
Garuett Col. H. T. com. merch't, 55 w Pratt, 

dw 126 w Biddle 
Garnett Margaret A. teacher, 99 n Charles 
Garratt Georo;e, copper smelter, 8 Clinton 
Garrell Mrs. Elizabeth, 249 n Eden 
Garrett Benj. H. carpenter, 15 Townsend 
Garrett Elizabeth, s w cor Monument and 

Cathedral 
Garrett Mrs. Elizabeth, 1 Chatsworth 
Garrett James, plasterer, 70 Aliceanna 
Garrett James, laborer, 234 s Castle 
Garrett James P. dry goods, 93 Hanover, dw 

84 Hill 
Garrett John, flour and feed, s w cor Bank 

and Chapel, dw 182 Bank 
Garrett John, laborer, 234 s Castle 
GARRETT JOHN W. (R. Garrett & Sons,) 
prest. B.& O.R.R.dw 50 Mount Vernon place 
Garrett Lemuel H. carpenter, 15 Townsend 
Garrett Levi, rollerman, 92 s Wolfe 
Garrett Michael, laborer, 234 s Castle 
Garrett Myers, mariner, 243 Hamburg 
Garrett Patrick, laborer, 234 s Castle 
Garrett Peter, porter, 213 Cross 
Garrett Richard, puddler, 31s Burke ext 
Garrett Robert, jr., 50 Mount Vernon place 
Garrett Mrs. Robert, s w cor Monument and 

Cathedral 
GARRETT ROBERT & SONS, (Jno. W. Gar- 
rett,) merch'ts, 34 n Howard 
Garrett T. Harrison, 50 Mount Vernon place 
Garrett Wm. F. laborer, 86 e Madison 
Garrett Wm. H. bacon, 361 w Lombard 
Garrett Wm. W. carpenter, 458 w Lombard 
Garrett Winfield, clerk, 1 Chatsworth 
Garrettson Mrs. Eleanor, 60 Courtland 
Garrettson Dr. Frederick, 45 Lexington 
Garrettson Wm. A. machinist, 120 Preston 
Garrick Luke, porter, 18 Scott 
Garrigan Patrick, laborer, 20 Ryan 
Garring Wm. H. chairmaker, 39 Milliman 
Garrish Benj. F. police, 120 Bank 
Garrish John, laborer, 355 Canton av 
Garrison Mrs. Annie, seamstress, 193 s Chapel 
Garrison Cornelius, boatbuilder, 240 e Pratt 
Garrison Capt. Geo.C. mariner, 228 Lee 
Garrison Samuel, bricklayer, 285 Raborg 
Garrison Samuel JefiFerson, 224 Mulberry 
Garrison Thomas, carpenter, 89 Peirce 
Garrison Thomas, shipcarpenter, 238 e Pratt 



Garrison Wm. J. conductor, 369 w Lombard 
Garrity John, wheelwright, 28 Addison 
Garrity John, laborer, 9 Fish Market sp 
Garrity James, laborer, 186 McHenry 
Garrity Patrick hackman, 125 w Madison 
Garrity Roger, blacksmith, 12 Buren 
Garrity Timothy, laborer, 15 Armistead la 
Garth, August, laborer, 383 s Eutaw 
Garthe Aug. (Garthe & Loewenstein, ) 98 Hill 

GARTHE & LOEWENSTEIN, (A. 
Garthe, L. Loewenstein,) Slaters, 
cor Hanover and Ci'oss. 

Garth wait John A. printer, 200 s Ann 
Gartler Franz, laborer, Belair av nr Cemetery 
Gartner Chas. H. shoemaker, 96 Thames 
Gartside Charles, machinist, Penna av ext. 
Gartside Henry, jr. moulder, Clifton 
Gartside Henry, sr. machinist, Clifton 
Gartside James, 270 Franklin 
Gartside Silas L. machinist, Clifton nr Druid 

Hill pk 
Gartside Wm. N. machinist, Penna av ext 
Garuling Mrs. Catherine, nurse, 3 Webster al 
Garvey Jas. jr.(Jas.G. jr.& Co.) 154 n Calvert 
Garvey Jas. jr. & Co. (Jas. and Peter Garvey) 

hack stables, 154 n Calvert 
Garvey Jas. brass moulder, Delphey house 
Garvey John, laborer, 159 s Washington 
Garvey Patrick, huckster, 170 Ensor 
Garvey Peter, (Jas. G. jr.& Co.) 158 n Calvert 
Garvey Thomas, lirass finisher, Delphej* house 
Garvius Francis, wheelwright, 2 Ivy al 
Garwood Clayton, real estate agent, over 87 

Second, dw Jackson sq. av nr Washington 
Garwood G. L. barkeeper, Eutaw house 
Gary J. A. (J. S. G. & Son,) 219 w Lombard 
Gary Jas. S. (J. S. G. & Son,) Howard co 
GARY JAMES S. & SON, (J. S. G., J. A. 

Gary,) proprietors Alberton Cotton Mills, 24 

German 
Gasang Henry, carter, 26 e Lombard 
Gaskin Col. Wm. 119 w Fayette • 
Gaskins Cynthia, 59 n Greene 
Gaskins Mrs. Samuel S. 59 Greene 

GASKINS WM. E. Agent Great 
Southern Mail Route and Past 
Freight Line, 132 w Baltimore, dw 
19 s Liberty 

Gas Governor Co., 7 Carroll Hall, John S. 

Nicholas, secy. 
GAS LIGHT CO. OF BALTIMORE, office 19 

South, Joseph Brown, secy. Gas Works, 

foot of Leadenhall 
Gaspari P. G. cigars and tobacco, 31 s Calvert 
Gasper Anton, cooper, 193 Frederick av 
Gass Henry, carpenter, 162 Peirce 
Gass Peter, driver, 78 Centre Market sp 
Gasser Henry, tailor, 48 s Chapel 
GASSAWAY & CO. (N. A. Gassaway,) 

manufs. Ashland flour, 7 Spear's wharf 
Gassaway Edward, laborer, 47 York 
Gassaway Henry, 290 n Howard 
Gassaway N. A. (Gassaway & Co.)48 McCulloh 
Gassaway Saml. confec'y, n w cor Light and 

Pratt, dw 191 w Pratt 



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Gassaway Theodore, clerk, n e cor Linden av 

and Preston 
Gassier Joseph, shoemaker, 15 Jasper 
Gassiuan Moritz, printer, 10 n Frederick 
Gassman Philip, printer, 20 n Frederick 
Gast Michael, laborer, 82 Cambridge 
Gaston Robt. blacksmith, 182 McHenry 
Gatch Conduce, millwright, 93 Columbia 
Gatch Chas. H. machinist, 93 Columbia 
Gatch Geo. C. clerk, 93 Columbia 
Gatch John, laborer, 183 Aliceanna 
Gatch Robert, trunkmaker, 28 New Church 
Gatchell Mrs. Elizabeth J. 649 w Lombard 
Gatchell Mrs. Hannah Ann, 7 s Exeter 
Gatchell & Hodges, (Wm. H. Gatchell, T. H. 

Hodges, ) real estate brokers, 23 Lexington 
Gatchell Hugh McElderry, bookkeeper, 142 n 

Charles 
Gatchell John G. asst. librarian Md. Historical 

Society, 124 Bolton 
Gatchell John H. clerk, 649 w Lombard 
Gatchell Wm.H. (G. & Hodges,) 38 Mulberry 
Gately John, coach painter, 7 Webster al 
Gately Margaret, 3 Watson 
Gately Michael, laborer, 107 York 
Gately Thos. coachmaker, 53 e Eager 
Gates Ezra, 24 Penn 
Gates Gustavus L. clerk, 40 s Eutaw 
Gates Frank, baker, 32 Douglass, 
Gates W.N. clerk, 24 Penn 
Gatewood Wm. shoemaker, 197 e Madison 
Gathaney Robert, bookkeeper, 63 Courtland 
Gathright George A. butcher, 10 s Chapel 
Gatte Henry, drayman, 259 Columbia 
Gattman Adam, laborer, 234 s Dallas 
Gatto Dominico, barber. Us Gay 
Gatton Mrs. Ann, seamstress, 61 Walnut al 
Gatz Mrs. Dora, confectionery, 14 Thames 
Gatz Edward, shoemaker, 40 s Dallas 
Gatz Henry, laborer, 14 Thames 
Gatz Wm. L. painter, 37 Bevan 
Gaubert Julius, fruit preserver, 5 Mullikin 
Gauer John, drayman, 251 s Paca 
Gauer Louis, laborer, 45 James la 
Gauges Joseph, grocery, 116 n Poppleton 
Gaughan Anthony, laborer, 253 Cross 
Gaugharn Thos. laborer, 194 s Chapel » 
Gaul Geo. P. musician, 316 Eastern av 
Gaul James, laborer, 103 Peach al 
Gaule Michael, laborer, Clinton s of Boston 
Gaule Stephen S. milk and cream house, 101' 

Mulberry 
Gauliue James, carpenter, 60 Holland 
Gauline Joseph C. sign painter, 60 Holland 
Gauline Mary Ann, 60 Holland 
Gault Albert, police, 182 n High 
Gaull Cyrus, 335 w Lombard 
Gault House, n w cor Calvert and Franklin, 

John H. C. Brewer, propr. 
Gault Mrs. Jane, 24 Greenmount av 
Gault John, shoemaker, 9 Ogston 
Gault John E. provisions, 174 Druid Hill av, 

dw 177 w Biddle 



GAULT MATTHEW, Roofing Slate, 
Granite and N, River Blue Stone, 
432 w Pratt, dw 312 w Lombard 



Gault Mrs. Sarah, saleswoman, 24 Green- 
mount av 



Gault Richard H. 21 Eastern av 
Gault Mrs. Sarah, 9 Ogston 
Gault Wm. A. clerk, 312 w Lombard 
Gaunt Elwood B. lumber. Rising Sun hotel 
Gaunt Samuel, huckster, 33 Jefferson 
Gaunts John, bricklayer, 130 Harford av 
Gauseman Henry, tailor, 12 Warner 
Gauseman Mrs. Mary, 12 Warner 
Gauss Frederick, laborer, 3 Green's ct 
Gauss Frederick, laborer, Forrest nr Low 
Gauss Jacob, boilermaker, 11 Brown 
Gavet Capt. James, 174 Mulberry 
Gavin Matthew, drayman, 105 York 
Gaw Mrs. Jane, Oregon nr Mosher 
Gawne John, bootmaker, 176 Montgomery 
Gawne Joseph W. clerk, 176 Montgomery 
Gawrel Louis, shoemaker, 85 n Gay 
Gawthrop Alfred S. carpenter, 57 Linden av 
Gawthrop Benj. F. shoemaker, 25 s Carey 
Gawthrop Geo. D. clerk, 57 Linden av 
Gawthrop Mrs. Sarah, 57 Linden av 
Gawthrop Samuel D. maufac. of doors and 

window frames, 57 Linden av 
Gawthrop Wm. H. boot and shoes, 163 Lex- 
ington, dw 300 n Eutaw 
Gawronski L. R. prof, of languages, 397 Eu- 
taw pi 
Gay John, laborer. Point la nr Greenmount 

cemetery 
Gayle Capt. Benj'n R. 81 s Ann 
Gayle George, shipsmith, 77 s Ann 
Gayle Rob't E. carpenter, 152 s Ann 
Gayleard Noah, laborer, 2 s Calhoun 
Gaylor John Y. coremaker, 670 w Pratt 
Gaynor John, laborer, 5 Front n of Foundry 
Gazan Jacob, 85 n Calvert 
Geagan Michael, 297 w Pratt 
Gearhart Miles, shoemaker, 20 n Amity 
Geary Charles A. (G. & Weale,) 94 Saratoga 
Geary & Weale, (C. A. Geary, T. F. Weale,) 

watches and jewelry, 169 w Baltimore 
Geary Wm. carpenter, 29 Walnut al 
Gebauer Fred'k, tailor, 26 e Fayette 
Gebb Conrad, butcher, 39 Belair market, dw 

Harford av nr Point la 
Gebb George, butcher, 24 Belair market, dw 

Jenkins la nr Greenmount cemetery 
Gebecke Conrad, confectioner, 34 n Holliday 
Gebecke Henry, sr., 249 s Ann 
Gebecke Henry, jr., shoemaker, 249 s Ann 
Gebecke Mrs. Sophia, grocery, 249 s Ann 
Gcbelein George, butcher, 93 Belair market, 

dw Monument nr Md. Hospital 
Gebhardt John, baker, 16 n Wolfe 
Gebhardt John, tailor, 228 s Broadway 
Gebhardt Wm. wheelwright, 128 e Madison 
GEBHART FERDINAND, bootmaker, 20 e 

Baltimore 
Gebhart Thomas, tailor, 68 s Wolfe 
Gebrante Henry, tailor, Bethel nr Monument 
Gebrende Hy. tailor. Bethel nr Monument 
Gebs John, cabinet maker, 225 w Pratt 
Geddes Alex'r, (G. & Warnick) Central av nr 

Madison 
Geddes Charles, engineer, 178 Aisquith 
Geddes Geo. W. engineer, 242 w Fayette 
Geddes Geo. W. cigar maker, 206 German 
Geddes James A. bricklayer, 464 w Lombard 
GEDDES JAMES W. roofer and sheet iron 

worker, 67 North, dw 226 n Central av 
Geddes John, gardener, 1 McMechin 
Geddes Mary, 206 German 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Tailors and Clothiers, Men and Boys' 



Sun Building, entrance South-st. 



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J. HENRY GIESE & CO. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AOKNi'S FOR 

Rose?ida!e Ceiiieol & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Geddes Mary C. teacher, 178 Aisquith 

Geddes Wm. foreman, 227 German 

Geddes Wm. joiner, 212 German 

Geddes & Warnick, (Alex. Geddes, Wm. B. 
Warnick, ) painters, 40 Park 

Geelhaar Eruest, cabinet maker, 89 e Lombard 

Geelhaar Edw. cabinet maker, 89 e Lombard 

GEEKIE CHARLES W., liquors and billiard 
saloon, 123 w Baltimore, dw 25 Courtland 

Geer Annie, 61 Cambridge 

Geer Alfred S., carpenter, 61 Cambridge 

Geer Prudence A. 61 Cambridge 

Geercken Chas. grocery, 184 n Central av 

Gees Mrs. Ann B. 325 n Eutaw 

Gees Mrs. B. F. 101 w Biddle 

Gees Bertha E. teacher, 125 w Biddle 

Gees Francis A. clerk, 125 w Biddle 

Gees Henry, laborer, 81 Ramsay 

Gees Olivia C. trimming store, 125 w Biddle 

Gees Mrs. Wesley, 101 w Biddle 

Geese Valentine, 215 s Chapel 

GEGAN BROTHERS, (W. H. Gegan, J. Ge- 
gan, jr.) ins. agents and brokers, 73 and 75 
Second 

Gegan Edward T. clerk, 128 n Charles 
Gegan .Jos. sr., professor of music, 128 n Charles 
Gegan Jos. jr. (G. Brothers,) 128 n Charles 
Gegan Louis A. bookkeeper, 128 n Charles 
Gegan Patrick, laborer, 105 Stirling 
Gegan W. H. (G. Bros.) 128 n Charles 
Gehrig Charles, tobacconist, 14 Orleans 
Gehring Adam, brickmaker, 256 Aliceanna 
Gehring Andrew, laborer, 218 e Eager 
Gehring Chas. J. millinery and fancy goods, 

47 n Howard, dw 154 Mulberry 
Gehring Conrad, carpenter, 3 Spruce al 
Gehring Francis, carpenter, 62 Park 
Gehring Jno, G. jewel' er, 194 n Gay, dw 97 n 

High 
Gehring Juo. G. (Ferguson, G. & Co. )97 n High 
Gehrman Charles F., Fremont nr Townsend 
Gehrmann Albert J. clerk,cor Chatsworthand 

Saratoga 
Gehrmann Albert J. med. student, 84 n Gay 
Gehrmann August, restaurant, 71 Thames 
Gehrmann Chas. (J. G. & Co.) 166 n High 
Gehrmann Chas.W.cl'k, Fremont nr Townsend 
Gehrmann Henry, tobacconist, 141 s Ann 
Gehrmann Joseph, carpenter, 301 Forrest 
Gehrmann Julius &Co., (J. & C. Gehrmann,) 

tobacconist, 84 n Gay 
Gehrmann J. Alonzo, (Wells, Chase & G.) 

Fremont nr Townsend 
Gehrmann Julius, (J. G. & Co.) 84 n Gay 
Geidt Anthony, carver, 11 Sterrett 



ni 



GEIDT PHILIP, Fashionable 
Boot and Shoemaker, 137 w 
Lombard street 



Geibell E. F. G. W. clerk, Miller's hotel 
Geier George, barber, 331 e Lombard 
Geiger^dam, laborer, 214 s Bethel 
Geiger Edmund L. H. stoves and tinware, 88 

n Howard, dw 1 34 Pearl 
Geiger Conrad, baker, 173 e Fayette 
Geiger Geo. M. cabinetmaker, 1 Spring ct 
Geiger John, confectionery, 16 e Pratt 
Geiger John, cooper, 142 s Spring 
Geiger John, shoemaker, 127 s Spring 
Geiger Wm. furrier, 1 n Eden 
Geiger Wm. baker, 19 s High 
Geigher Chas. confectionery, 101 s Ann 
Geiglein John F., Madison house, terminus 

Madison av R. R. 
Geiglein John, jr., barkeeper, Madison house, 

terminus Madison av R. R. 
Geiglein Wm. shoe fitter, 14 Union 
Geilfus Theodore, clothing cutter, 251 e Biddle 
Geir August, shoemaker, 394 Hanover 
Geirschke Fred'k, dyer, 56 Gough 
Geis Adam, stonecutter, 94 St. Peter 
Geis Mrs. Catherine, tiiiloress, 313 e Lombard 
Geis George P. laborer, 46 Bank 
Geis John, laborer, 47 Barnes 
Geis Leonard, shoemaker, 137 Low 
Geis Louis, shoemaker, 154 n Caroline 
Geis Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 113 n Bond 
Geis Sebastian, tailor, 94 n Howard, dw 102 

Mulberry 
Geis Valentine, tailor, 26 Abbot 
Geise Andrew, clerk, Delphey house 
Geise Thomas B. plasterer, 1 Chatsworth 
Geisel Christian, cooper, 58 Leadenhall 
Geisel Fred'k, brewer, Belair av nr cemetery 
Geisea John, hackman, and grocery, 91 Mc- 

Elderry 
Geisendaffer Charles P. clerk, 826 w Baltimore 
Geisendaffer Chas. P. clerk, 67 Pearl 
Geisendaffer Mrs. Mary, 67 Pearl 
Geisendaffer Wm. J. clerk, 80 Lee 
Geisenketler Bernard W. car driver, 231 3 Ann 
Geiser Mrs. John A. beer, 26 Haubert 
Geiser Charles, laborer, 239 s Bethel 
Geisheable Balthazar, laborer, cor Essex and 

Canton av 
Geisler Adam, shoemaker, 130 Saratoga 
Geisler Francis M. shoemaker, 10 Park 
Geisler Joseph, laborer, 230 s Castle 
Geislig Anton, carpenter, 17 Cowpen al 
Geiss Nicholas, tinner, 71 Camden, dw 68 
Geist Dorothy, 44 Aliceanna 
Geist Joseph, laborer, 44 Aliceanna 
Geisz Henry, shoemaker, 96 Hillen 
Geiwitz Geo. jr., artist, 27 Albemarle 
Geiwitz George, artist, 27 Albemarle 
Gekler Wm. G. (Allen Paine, Son & Co.) 44 

s Sharp 
Gelbach John D. carpenter, 301 Forrest 
Gelhausen John B. printer, 32 Somerset 
Geller Henry, cooper, 61 s Paca 
Geller Jacob, cooper, lol Dover 
Geller Jacob, laborer, over 54 Centre Market sp 
Geller Peter, shoemaker, 8 Tessier 
Gelston Calverton Carpet Co. depot 1 e Balti- 
more 
Gelston Edward, farmer, Calverton factory 
Franklin road ' 

Gelston Edward H. ofBce, 1 e Baltimore, dw 

Baltimore co 
GELSTON' HUGH, 155 St. Paul, and Cal- 
verton, Baltimore co 



Clothing, Marble Hall, 38 and 40 West Baltimore Street. 



Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., Newark. N. J. 



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Gelston V. D. L. agt. Calverton Carpet Co. 5 e 

Baltimore, dw 155 St. Paul 
Geltmacher Fred'k,laborer,McHenry nr Fulton 
Gelzer Philip, huckster, 194 Aliceanna 
Games Mrs. Catherine, 183 s Bethel 
Gemes John, cooper, 183 s Bethel 
Gemmel Alexander, 66 Lanvale 
Gemmell James W. clerk, 337 Franklin 
Gemmell Thomas, pres't Hampshire and Bait. 

Coal Co. dw 66 Lanvale 
Gemmell Walter, carpenter, 25 Brune 
Gempp George F. carpenter, 55 n Amity 
Gempp Mrs. George, 55 n Amity 
Gempp John, grocery, 153 Peirce 
Gemundt Chas. (Pasquay & G.) 7 Harrison 
Gendneizeg Henry, shoemaker, 2 Broad al 
GENERAL WAYNE HOTEL, C. P. Stuart, 

prop'r, cor Baltimore and Paca 
Gengenback Joshua, carpenter, 264 s Ann 
Gengnagel Henry, butcher, 36 Fell's Point 

market, dw 82 Hampstead 
Gengnagel Jacob, sr. butcher,34 and 35 Fell's 

Point market, dw 82 Hampstead 
Gengnagel Sophia, dressmaker, 148 Henrietta 
Gennett John A. carpenters' mouldings, 385 

Franklin 
Gennoy Luke, laborer, 70 s Republican 
Gens Chas. prof, of music, 204 w Fayette 
Genss Fred'k G. clerk, 167 s Broadway 
Gent Columbus, shipcarpenter, 22 Hamburg 
Gent Henry, shipcarpenter, 12 Hamburg 
Gent John, melter, 137 Henrietta 
Gent Thos; D. shipcarpenter, 22 Hamburg 
Gentry H. jr. telegraphist, 101 e Madison 
Gentry Theophilus P. tailor, 1 Clay 
Gentz Felix, clerk, 329 Aisquith 
Geoghagen Capt. James, 86 Hamburg 
Geoghagea Rose T. 86 Hamburg 
Geoghegen Capt. Stewart, 41 Warren 
Geoghen Wm. mariner, 95 William 
Geohagen Catherine, tailoress, 81 Hill 
George Adam, matches, 91 Granby 
GEORGE ANDREW J. glass, 33 s Charles, 

dw 235 e Baltimore 
George Charles A. clerk, 241 w Baltimore 
George Charles A. clerk, 72 Richmond 
George Charles W., (Stephen G. & Son).108j 

n Greene 
George Mrs. Ellen, 108 n Greene 
George Francis A. engineer, 365 e Baltimore 
George Francis J. fresco painter, 726 w Balti- 
more 
George Fred'k A. mariner, 179 s Wolfe 
George George W. printer, 373 e Eager 
George George, laborer, 3 Monmoniers ct 
George Signor G. prof. music,365 e Baltimore 
George Henry, clerk, 182 n Gay 




George Isaac S. (Mann, German & Co.) 214 e 

Baltimore 
George Isaac S. (Isaac S. G. & Son) and pres. 
Atlantic Fire and Marine Ins. Co. 214 e Bal- 
timore 
George Mrs. James, 303 Madison av 
George Jas. B. sr. collector, 208 e Baltimore 
GEORGE & JENKINS, (P. T. G., T. R. Jen- 
kins) provision merchants, 48 South 
George J. Brown, (Isaac S. G. & Son) 214 e 

Baltimore 
George John B. conductor, 224 Conway 
George Margaret L. trimmings, 72 Richmond 
George Philip T. (G. & Jenkins) 7 Franklin 
George Sam'l K. 71 Mt. Vernon pi 
George Stephen, builder, rear 69 w Fayette, 

dw 72 Richmond 
George Stephen & Son, (Chas. W. George,) 

lumber, 37 n Greene 
George Thos. I. 303 Madison av 
George Thos. J. (Sanders & G. ) 80 e Pratt 
George Wm. S. carpenter, 3 Clay, dw Lee nr 

Sharp 
George W. S. jr. clerk, 32 n Eutaw 
Georges Creek Coal and Iron Co. over 19 South 
Georgia Home Fire Ins. Co. of Columbus, Ga. 

agency, 30 Second 
Georgius Gustav F. barber, 104 Franklin, dw 

255 Mulberry 
Georgius Fred'k N. painter, 109 Vine 
Gephardt Casper, laborer, 234 s Caroline 
Gephardt Fred'k, cardriver, 211 s Wolfe 
Gephardt Fred'k, butcher, cor Eager and Eden 
Gephardt George, machinist, 468 Penna av 
Gephardt George C. butcher, 17 n Choptank 
Gephardt George, tailor, 7 n Dallas 
Gephardt John, baker, 16 n Wolfe 
Gephardt John, tailor, 66 s Wolfe 
Gephart & Barbee, (J. G., jr., G. B. Barbee) 

wooden ware, 24 n Ho%vard 
Gephart Charles, glasscutter, 285 Light 
Gephart Geo. shoemaker, Clinton, opp Chesa- 
peake furnace, Canton 
Gephart James, collector, 3 s Central av 
Gephart John, drayman, 154 s Eden 
Gephart John, clerk, 258 w Lombard 
Gephart John, tailor, 148 s Castle 
Gephart John, baker, 9 L. Paca 
Gephart John, jr. (G. & Barbee, ) 258 w Lom- 
bard 
Gerahty James, sparmaker, 78 Block 
Gerahty Mrs. Peter, 78 Block 
Gerahty Peter J. sparmaker, 78 Block 
Gerardin Emile, jeweler, s e cor Baltimore and 

Light 
Gerardin Leon, marble carver, 108 n Pine 
Gerardin Leon, stone carver, 52 n Amity 
Gerber Mrs. Barbara, 218 Conway 
Gerber Chas. carpenter, 134 s Caroline 
Gerber Christian P. (Hohnberger& G.) 272 W 

Fayette 
Gerber Mrs. Honorah, milk, 86 s Carey 
Gerber Michael, carpenter, 134 s Caroline 
Gerber Wm. lager beer, 45 e Pratt 
Gerbig John G. laborer, 16 Callendar al 
Gerbrich Joseph, provisions, 224 Harford av 
Gerbrick Wm. H. coach trimmer, 110 s Exeter 
Gerchardt John, laborer, 2 Broad al 
Gerdenk George, laborer, 133 Chesapeake 
Gerhard Christ' r, shoemaker, 203 J e Madison 
Gerhardt Dr. Adolph V. 43 n Calvert 
Gerhardt Haywood, coachsmith, 105 Hillen 



J. HENRY GIESE & CO., Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 



WM. P. WEBB, Gen. Agent, 4 S. Holliday-st. 



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J. HENRY GIESB & CO. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 

AGKNTS FOR 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 

Gerhardt Henry, tailor, 105 Hillen 

Gerhardt Henry, cooper, 59 Bank 

Gerhardt Henry H. harnessmaker, 105 Hillea 

Gerhardt John A. laborer, 21 L. McElderry 

Gerhardt Wm. 82 w Fayette 

Gerhardt Wm. F. C. bookkeeper, Nat. IJQion 

Bank, cor Charles and Fayette 
Gerhold Chas. H. tailor, 106 Greenmount av 
Gerhold Geo. butcher, 104 Greenmount av 
Gerhold Henry, laborer, 103 Low 
Gerhold J. Henry,cigarboxm'r, 102 McElderry 
Gerhold Theodore, shoemaker, 126 s Chapel 
Gering Michael, tailor, 31 Centre Market sp 
Gerity Patrick, hackman, 125 w Madison 
Gerke Charles, furs, 60 Lexington 
Gerken John W. grocer, 113 Hollins 
Gerlach August, shoemaker, 273 Orleans 
Gerlach Geo. A. brassfinisher, 53 North 
Gerlach Geo. tavern, 276 s Broadway 
Gerlach John, shoemaker, 56 Buren 
Gerlach John, laborer, 194 s Bond 
Gerlach John, (Rau & G.) 244 n Gay 
Gerlach Mrs. Margaret, 271 e Madison 
Gerlieher John G. blacksmith, 498 Penna. av 
German Benj. wheelwright, 70 n Broadway 
German Mrs. Catherine, 48 Chew 
German Chris, cabinetmaker, 161 Harford av 
German Conrad F. painter, 33 n Frederick 
GERMAN CORRESPONDENT, F.Raine pub. 
and propr., after March 1st 81 w Baltimore, 
corner of Postofifice av 
German Fire Insurance Co. over n w cor South 
and Lombard, Chas. Weber, prest. H. Vees, 
sec'y 
German Frederick, shoemaker, 152 s Bond 
German Fred'k, organ tuner, 178 w Lombard 
German Mrs. Jane, tavern, 248 s Broadway 
German Jerome, plasterer, 102 Preston 
German Job, chairmaker, 223 n Central av 
German John S. (Mann, G. & Co.) 208 e Bal- 
timore 
German John W. pharmaceutist, n e cor Monu- 
ment and Bond 
German John W. grainer, 207 Harford av 
German Joseph, flour and feed, 394 s Charles 
German Joseph, farmer, 164 Harford av 
German Joseph S. hydrantmaker, 39 n Exeter 
German Lemuel, carpenter, 164 Harford av 
German Mary, grocery, 228 e Lombard 
German Michael, laborer, 7 Willa 
German Orphan Asylum, 69 n Calvert 
German Reformed Church, cor Saratoga and 

Schroeder 
German Reformed (Third) Church, n e cor 

Saratoga and Paca 
German Reformed (Fourth) Church, Calvert 

near Saratoga 
GERMAN SAVINGS BANK, over n w cor 
South and Lombard, Chas. Weber, prest. 
H. Vees, treas. 
German Society of Md. H. F. Wellinghoff, agt. 
272 s Broadway 



German Thos. E. butcher, 104 Lexington and 

99 Centre markets, dw 242 Aisquith 
German Thos. R. miller, 215 e Monument 
German Wm. clerk, n w cor Gough and Castle 
German Wm. H. butcher, 70 n Broadway 
GermaniaFire InsuranceCo. Kummer & Beck- 
er agts. 190 w Baltimore 
Germania Society, (German Club, ) 165 w Lom- 
bard 
Germeroth C. clothing cutter, cor Hamburg 

and Bevan 
Germershausen Christian, tailor, 167 Hamburg 
Germershausen Louis, shoem'r, 280 n Gay 
Germerhauseu Mrs. Louis, grocery, 1 Vine 
Germeten Henry, blacksmith, 258 n Central av 
Gernand Andrew, cabinetmaker, 252 e Eager 
Gernand August, carpenter, 8 Leadenhall 
Gernand Gustavus, gilder, 535 n Gay 
Gernand Henry, printer, 535 n Gay 
Gernand Robt. H. clerk, 535 n Gay 
GernerGeo. laborer, 91 Johnson 
Gernert Jacob, laborer, 242 Aliceanna 
Gernet Frederick, cooper, 335 Hamburg 
Gernet Henry, tailor, 18 Lee 
Gerneth Bartholomew, laborer, 20 Fountain 
Gerneth Franklin L. cabinetmaker, 291 Forrest 
GERNHARDT HERMAN T. glass stainer, 24 

w Fayette, dw 316 n Eden 
Gernhardt John W. glass stainer, Forrest nr 
1 Low 
Gernhart Andrew, shoemaker, 3 Barney « 

Gernhart Jacob, cabinetmaker, 145 n Dallas 
Gerns Ellen, fancy store, 652 w Baltimore 
Gerns Lydia, 235 Franklin 
Gerrish Wm. H. brickmaker, 12 Burke, Canton 
Gerscheid Catherine, huckstress, 213 s Bethel 
Gerscheid Henry, cabinetmaker, 339 s Bond 
Gerscheit Henry J. organmaker, 316 s Dallas 
Gerson Jacob, clerk, 76 s Exeter 
Gerstmyer John, confectionery, 247 Eastern av 
Gerth Catherine, fancy store, 136 s Greene 
Gerth John, laborer, 136 s Greene 
Gerting Wm. engineer, 2G3 e Monument 
Gerty Mrs. Bridget, confec'y, 270 s Charles 
Gervey John, 148 n Front 
Gerwans Frank, wheelwright, 2 Ivy al 
Gerwig Caroline, grocery and liquors, 1 73 Sa- 
rah Ann 
Gerwig Joseph, blacksmith, 474 w Pratt 
Gerwig Philip, laborer, 173 Sarah Ann 
Gesbner Francisco, cigarmaker, 1 w Pratt 
Gesell Theo. blacksmith, 588 w Baltimore, dw 

121 Raborg 
Gesford Wm. 96 Hollins 
Gesrak Jno. laborer, cor Lancaster and Luzerne 
Gessford Geo. W. coachsmith, 226 Harford av 
GESSLER FRANCIS X. Mechanics hall, 152 

w Fayette 
Gessner John N. grocery, 65 Greenmount av 
Getchel Geo. tailor, 332 Mulberry 
Getenger James G. carpenter, 222 Madison av 
Getlear Frederick, paver, 77 Preston 
Getner Jacob, cigarmaker, 158 s Bond 
Getrick Henry, varnisher, 62 s Central av 
Getrick Mrs. Teresa, grocery, 62 s Central av 
Gettemiller Henry J. clerk, 63 Albemarle 
Gettier Aug. J. carp'r, Walsh near Townsend 
Gettier Chas. A. express messenger, 271 Saratoga 
Gettier Cornelius E. painter, 150 e Eager 
Gettier Edward, cardriver, 112 Vine 
Gettier Edward P. painter, 102 w Hoffman, dw 
142 Walsh 



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Gettier E. P. carpenter, Walsh nr Lanvale 
Gettier Edmund P. carpenter, 2 Mosher 
Gettier George W. carpenter, 46 Townsend 
Gettier Henry, turner. 237 w Biddle 
Gettier John L. carp'r,102 w Hoffman, dw 104 
Gettier John L. -nood turner, 132 Druid Hill av 
Gettier John T. metallic roofing and spouting, 

n e cor Howard and Clay, dw lol n Pine 
Gettier Joseph A. clerk, 2*09 Druid Hill av 
Gettier Margaret, 50 Druid Hill av 
Gettier Wm. V. bricklayer, 209 Druid Hill av 
Gettier Wm. H. painter, 235 w Biddle 
Gettier Wm. bricklayer, 152 Preston 
Getties Laura, 171 Eastern av 
Gettman Adam, laborer, 28 Shakspear 
Gettner Jacob, huckster, 158 s Bond 
Gettrust Mrs. Eliza, 191 e Monument 
Gettslich Chas. E. clerk, 311 Franklin 
Getty Augustus, salesman, 40 w Monument 
Getty David A. carpenter, 7 n Broadway 
Getty Eliza, 141 Saratoga 
Getty George A. bookkeeper, 221 w Lombard 
Getty J. Francis, salesman, 221 w Lombard 
Getty James, dry goods, 67 n Howard, dw 221 

w Lombard 
Getz Charles S. artist, 579 Lexington 
Getz Charles S. machinist, 234 Hanover 
Getz Charles B. (E. A. Keene & Co.) 247 e 

Baltimore 
Getz Christian, grocer, cor Eutaw and Henrietta' 
Getz Christian, lager beer, 323 s Bond 
Getz Conrad, tailor, 264 s Ann 
Getz Conrad, l)arber, 127 s Broadway 
Getz Ernest, patent medicine, 52 Low 
Getz Henry, sawyer, 106 s Wolfe 
Getz John M. carpenter and builder, Madison 

al near Madison, dw 173 Aisquith 
Getz John, ha^nessmaker, 253 n Eden 
Getz John, laborer, 364 Canton av 
Getz John, boatman, 53 s Regester 
Getz Kunigunda, tailoress, 208 Battery av 
Getz Lewis, cigarmaker, 118 s Sharp 
Getz Louis, barber, 37 e Fayette 
Getze Augustus, 104 n Broadway 
Gelzendener Charles, laborer, 3 China 
Getzendanner Mrs. Margaret tailoress, 407 

Saratoga 
Geumann Henr^y, blacksmith, 91 Granby 
Gevenkort Anthony, (Graf, Kolbe & G.) 310 

s Sharp 
Gevenkort Nicholas, baker, 381 e Lombard 
Geyer Adam, mer. tailor, 107 w Lombard, dw 

73 s Fremont 
Geyer August, grocery, 233 e Lombard 
Gever David, coachmaker, 160 German 
Geyer Edw. (G. & Wilkens,) 122 w Lombard 
Geyer Fred, painter, n e cor Gay and Caroline 
Geyer Geo. jiainter, n e cor Gay and Caroline 
Geyer Geo. D. coachtrimmer, 160 German 
Geyer John, laborer, 163 s Dallas 
Geyer John, bookbinder, over 44 w Baltimore 
Geyer Lemuel F. coachpainter. 9 s Greene 
Geyer k Wilkens, (E. G., H.and J. C. Wil- 
kens,) ship and com. merchants, 122 w 

Lombard 
Gfroerer And'w, cab'tmaker, 499 w Baltimore 
Ghee Henry, harness maker, 23 w Chase 
Ghrding Henry, 333 Canton av 
Ghrding Henry, jr., laborer, 333 Canton av 
Gibbons Charles J. 226 German 
Gibbons Mrs. Eliza, 256 Madison av 
Gibbons Francis A. contractor, 144 Cathedri^I 



Gibbons J. H. S. com. merchant, over 80 Light 

St. whf, dw 171 w Lombard 
Gibbons J. H. S. jr., clerk, 171 w Lombard 
Gibbons James, laborer. 111 Elliott 
Gibbons Dr. John L. 238 w Fayette 
Gibbons John, painter, 226 German 
Gibbons John, laborer, 23 Bank 
Gibbons John, cooper, 162 Raborg 
Gibbons John F. clerk, 82 n Charles 
Gibbons John A. police, 180 Harford av 
Gibbons J. Thomas, sailmaker, 89 s Caroline 
Gibbons Joseph, 226 German 
Gibbons Nicholas, laborer, Clinton nr Lazaret 
Gibbons Oscar, puddler,0'Donnell nr Patuxent 
GIBBONS S. M. prop'r Three Tuns hotel, s w 

cor Pratt and Paca 
Gibbons Sarah A. millinery, 82 n Charles 
Gibbons Dr. Thomas P. 231 St. Paul 
Gibbons Wm. 226 German 
Gibbons Mrs. Wm. J. T. 319 e Baltimore 
Gibbons Dr. Wm. 338 Penna av 
Gibbs Charles H. clerk, 37 McCulloh 
Gibbs Charles H. cleik, n e cor Park av and 

Dolphin 
Gibbs Edward A. jr., clerk, 37 McCulloh 
Gibbs Edward A., judge appeal tax court, 

37 McCulloh 
Gibbs James, mariner, 120 William 
Gibbs John, laborer, 6 Diamond 
Giblin Patrick, laborer, 26 Neighbor 
Gibmeyer Fred'k, laborer, 383 Canton av 
Gibmeyer Henry M. cabinetmaker and tinder- 
taker, 383 Canton av and 17 Fountain 
Gibney Ann, sec. hand dealer, 481 Lexington 
Gibney Christopher, drayman, 84 Richmond 
Gibney George F. clerk, 12 s Strieker 
Gibney Mrs. Geo. J. 12 s Strieker 
Gibney Henry, hostler, 1 Garden 
Gibney James, drayman, over 84 Richmond 
Gibney John, cabinetmaker, 481 Lexington 
Gibney Patrick, drayman, 136 Saratoga 
Gibney Dr. Richard, dentist, 32 n Gay 
Gibson Andrew, tavern, 19 Centre Market sp 
Gibson Rev. Alex. E. 134 w Hoffman 
Gibson Andrew, police, 158 Division 
Gibson Andrew, laborer, 1 Hillen 
Gibson A. F. (Gilmor & G.) 90 Saratoga 
Gibson Annie, 163 Eastern av 
Gibson Charles C. clerk, 14 w Baltimore 
Gibson Charles C. (G. & Co.) 46 w Madison 
Gibson & Co. (C. C. and H. B. Gibson,) auc- 
tioneers, over 7 n Charles 
Gibson Chas. T. (G. & Kirk, and Kimball & 

G.,) 411 n Central av 
Gibson David, paperhanger, 319 e Madison 
Gibson Mrs, Elizabeth, 51 Diamond 
Gibson Edward, laborer, 34 Fort av 
Gibson Frank, 90 Saratoga / ./"/^ 

Gibson Rev. Frederick, h«e-McCulloh /*^ ^ 
Gibson George W. cigarmaker, 109 s Paca 
GIBSON Dr. GEO. S., 116 Park 
Gibson Dr. George S. jr., 116 Park 
Gibson Henry, tiiemaker, Locust Point, office 

s w cor Charles and Fayette 
Gibson Henry B. (G. & Co.) 46 w Madison 
Gibson Henry D., 3 South 
Gibson Henry G. clerk, 90 Saratoga 
Gibson Henry W. painter, 70 Druid Hill av 
Gibson James T. gasfitter, 12 Mott 
Gibson James A. tinner, 12 Mott 
Gibson Jas. jr. clerk Savings Bk, 90 Saratoga 
Gibson James S. confectioner, 470 w Pratt 



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COMIIISSIOX MERCHANTS, 

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Gibson John F. collection clerk Nat, Bank of 

Baltimore, 9 Cathedral 
Gibson John R. salesman, 150 n Exeter 
Gibson John W. painter, 70 Druid Hill av 
Gibson John, mariner, 216 s Wolfe 
Gibson Capt. John L. mariner, 225 e Baltimore 
Gibson Jonathan H. clerk, 651 w Baltimore 
Gibson Joseph, actuary Md. Institute, Orleans 

betw Ann and Broadway 
Gibson Mrs. Josephine, seamstress, 12 Harford av 
GIBSON & KIRK,(C.T.Gibson, S. E. Kirk,) 

lock and bell manufs. 5 Cheapside 
Gibson Mary, 251 n Howard 
Gibson Mrs. Patrick, 9 Cathedral 
Gibson Rezin S. s w cor McCulloh and Dolphin 
Gibson Robert, 109 s Paca 
Gibson Robert, laborer, 508 w Pratt 
Gibson Rowland G. police, 150 n Exeter 
Gibson Samuel H. clerk, 40 Lexington 
Gibson Thomas H. police, 34 Lemmon 
Gibson Capt. Wm. clerk, 24 n Ann 
Gibson Wra. C. dry goods, 651 w Baltimore 
Gibson Wm. J. bookkeeper, 168 Aisquith 
Gibson Wra. McG. stonecutter, 176 e Pratt 
Gice Peter, laborer, 373 e Eager 
Gick John, carpenter, 287 n Central av 
Giddings Gen. L. ass't sup't Dep't Labor and 

Agricul., 31 n Calvert, dw Anne Arundel co 
Giedeman Wm. varnisher, 297 Franklin 
Gieg Adam, blacksmith, 30 e Pratt 
Gieg George, shoemaker, 30 e Pratt 
Gier Mrs. Caroline W. confec'y, 33 Henrietta 
Gies Andrew, blacksmith, cor Union al and 

Central av 
Gies John, watchman, 18 New 
Gies Michael, laborer, 83 Cambridge 
Gies Thomas, laborer, 25 Willow 
Giese Geo. H. shoemaker, 5 Hoffman nr Walsh 



GIESE J. HENRY & CO. (J. H. 
Giese.W. Courtenay,) Commission 
Merchants for the sale of Flour, 
Grain, Seeds, and all kinds of 
Country Produce, 21 Spear's whf. 
.^®* Agency for sale of Rosendale 
Cement and Calcined Plaster. 

Giese J. Henry, (J. Henry Giese & Co.) half 

mile beyond first toll gate, York road 
Gieseler John, fresco painter, 54 n Central av 
Gieseman Christian, blacksmith, Fort av near 

Laurence 
Gieser Anton, hostler, 201 Frederick av 
Gieser Jacob, carpet weaver, 16 n Dallas 
Gieske Charles, 181 s Charles 
Gieske Gustave,(G.& Niemann, ) 295 w Fayette 
Gieske Henry, laborer, 146 Penna av 
Gieske Louis, (L. G. & Co.) 186 Preston 



Gieske Louis & Co. (L. G.,F. Wilkens, )tobacco 

com. merch'ts, 42 s Charles 
GIESKE & NIEMANN, (G. G., E. Niemann,) 

leaf tobacco and cotton com. merchants, 76 

s Charles 
Gieske Wm. clerk, 105 Hanover 
Gieske Wm. clerk, 68 Lexington 
Giesler Heronimus, laborer, 27 Goodman al 
Giesler John A. (Samuel Jackson & Co.) 325 

Saratoga 
Giesrehn Mrs. Virginia, grocery, 120 Green- 
mount av 
Giest Sylvester, laborer, 18 Fall 
Giffin George, cabinetmaker, 25 s Schroeder 
Gifford Hugh, pottery, 76 Ensor, dw 82 s Bond 
Gifford James J. carpenter, 27 Union al, dw 

188 e Fayette 
Gifford Mdra. Lotta, dressmaker, 37 n Eutaw 
Gifford Thos. assessor tax court, 131 Orleans 
Giger George, foundryman, 125 Elliott 
Gifbach Wm. clerk, 100 McCulloh 
Gilbert Rev. Alfred N. 297 w Lombard 
Gilbert Amos, ass't assessor internal revenue, 

dw Harford co 
Gilbert Aquilla, carpenter, Barranger ct, dw 

98 Pearl 
Gilbert Charles, carver, 8 s Republican 
Gilbert Emma F. teacher, 98 Pearl 
Gilbert H. Clay, salesman, 98 Pearl 
Gilbert Isaac W. clerk, 74 Hanover 
Gilbert Jarret N., 20 s Paca 
Gilbert Jos. broommaker, 42 s Wolfe 
Gilbert Leonhardt, laborer, 15 Fountain 
GILBERT LEWIS, provisions, 212 n Howard 
Gilbert Lewis, tinner, 14 n Schroeder 
Gilbert Robert H. clerk, 48 s Schroeder 
Gilbert Wm. B. shoemaker, 278 Eastern av 
Gilbert Wm.H.supt. CityR.R. 225 e Baltimore 
Gilboy Mrs. Sarah, 194 s Central av 
Gilchrist James, drayman, 279 w Pratt 
Gilchrist John, drayman, 2 Slemmer's al 
Gilchrist John A. bookkeeper, 111 w Fayette 
Gilchrist Patrick, laborer, 17 Stiles 
Gilchrist Thomas, 1 Slemmer's al 
Gildea David, bricklayer, 31 St. Mary 
Gildea Francis, bricklayer, 31 St. Mary 
Gildea John H. wagoner, 29 St. Mary 
Gilden John, laborer, 6 Carlton 
Gildenfenney Charles J. plumber, 73 Druid 

Hill av 
Gildersleve George, stock and bill broker, 61 

Second, dw 260 n Charles 
Gildersleve W. R. clerk, 260 n Charles 
Giles C. H. cooper, 85 Dover 
Giles Dallas, carpenter, 177 Lee 
Giles Geo. W. machinist, 69 William 
GILES & HANAN,(W. F. G.jr.,J. S. Hanan,) 

attorneys and U. S. comm'rs, 49 w Fayette 
CTiles Henry M. trav. agent, 104 Mulberry 
Giles John E. stonecutter, 377 Saratoga 
Giles John W. tinner, 141 s Fremont 
Giles Joseph, cooper, 141 Conway 
Giles Walter, traveling agent, 131 Barre 
Giles Mrs. Walter, 131 Barre 
Giles Wm. Fell. jr. (G. & Hanan,) 17 Franklin 
Gilhooly Patrick, laborer, 19 Centre Market sp 
Gill Absalom, shoemaker, 82 Peirce 
Gill Mrs. Angelica, 169 Orleans 
Gill Ansley, stone cutter, 19 Scott 
Gill Bryson & Son, (B. G. &C. M. G.) cuppers 

and leechers, 56 s Sharp 
Gill Chas. M. (B. G. & Son,) 56 s Sharp 



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Gill Bryson, {G.&, Corrie and Bryson G. & Son) 
56 s Sharp 

GUI & Corrie, (Bryson G., James Corrie, ) den- 
tists, 56 s Sharp 

Gill Daniel R. 375 w Fayette 

Gill Edward, trader, 265 n Eden 

Gill Elisha H. ship carpenter, 59 Block 

Gill Elizabeth R. 457 n Gay 

Gill Eliza C. 240 n Calvert 

Gill Ely A. dentist, 56 s Sharp 

Gill Geo. huckster, 35 s Burke ext. 

Gill Geo. brakesman, 107 s Poppleton 

Gill Geo. huckster, 216 Eastern av 

Gill Geo.Mvittorney,38St.Paul,dw227nCharles 

Gill Henry, typefounder, 169 Orleans 

Gill Mrs. Isabella, fish, Wolfe, nr Belair av 

Gill Jacob, huckster, 34 Fountain 

Gill James R. (G. & Lay field, )53s Washington 

Gill James R. jr. carpenter, 53 s Washington 

Gill Jas. moulder, 648 w Pratt 

Gill Jas. moulder, 509 w Pratt 

Gill Jas. laborer, 76 Hillen 

Gill Mrs. Jane M. cupper and leecher, 125 n 
Eutaw 

Gill John, (Knox & G.) 70 St. Paul 

Gill John, jr. 227 n Charles 

Gill John, mariner, 305 s Bond 

Gill John C. bricklayer, 77^ Peirce 

Gill John G. painter, 202 w Fayette 

Gill Julia, 9 n Fremont 

Gill Jos. bricklayer, 82 Peirce 

Gill Jos. N. printer, 152 s Caroline 

Gill Luther G. harnessmaker, 336 w Pratt 

GJU & Layfield,(Jas. R. Gill, Jas. T. Layfield,) 
carpenters, 56 s W^olfe 

Gill Luther G. saddler, 336 w Pratt 

Gill Mrs. Margaret, 214 w Biddle 

GILL N. RUFUS, attorney, 32 St. Paul, d\v 
69 Aisquith 

Gill Nicholas A. cooper, 444 Lexington 

Gill Nicholas, cooper, 444 Lexington 

Gill Noah, cooper, cor Broadway and Eager 

Gill Noah, fish dealer, cor Broadway and Eager 

Gill Noah, huckster, 250 Eastern av 

Gill Owen A. (M. Gillett & Co.) 160 w Fayette 

Gill Olivia M. 240 n Calvert 

Gill Patrick, laborer, 14 Pear al 

Gill Peter, stoves and tinware, 7G Ilillen 
Gill Dr. Samuel H. dentist, n w cor Hanover 
;'.nd Lombard, dw 56 s Sharp 

Gill S. T. conductor. Gen. Wayne hotel 
(.ill Theodore, machinist. Black Horse hotel 
Gill Thos. B. clerk, cor Broadway and Eager 
Gill W. L. teller Mer. Nat. Bank, 139 Park 
Gill Wm. E. cooper, 308 Franklin 
Gill Wm. H. constable, 336 w Pratt 
Gill Wm. D. clerk, 85 s Eden 
Gill Wm. H. (Goldsmith k G.) 139 Park 
Gill Wm. S. painter, 55 Greenwillow 
Gillace Ann C. nurse, 146 e Eager 
Gillan Bernard, clerk, 140 n High 
Giilan Jas. laborer, 15 Neighbor 
Gillan Jas. G. laborer, 54 e Eager 
Gillan John, huckster, 75 Boyd 
Gilland Jas. L. stonemason, 37 s Front 
Gilland Mrs. Sarah J. nurse, 12 s Choptank 
Gillard Charles, tinner, 298 Franklin 
frillard Wm. H. whip maker, 113 Pearl 
Gillcland Wm. J. carpenter, 77 Preston 
Gillen Francis, laborer, s w cor. Front and 

Foundry 
Gillen James, 61 e Monument 



GILLEN JOHN C. restaurant, 4 St. Paul 
Gillen Michael, huckster, 88 n Pine 
Gillen Patrick, cooper, 61 e Monument 
Gillen Patrick, stone polisher, 184 L. Consti- 
tution 
Gillen Patrick, laborer, 34 Marion 
Giller Chas. (Lammers& G.) Franklin, betw 

Ogston and Fremont 
Giller Francis, tailor, 263 Aisquith 
Gilleran James, laborer, 207 Lemmon al 
Gillerliiin Mrs. Jane, milliner, 104 s Broadway 
Gillespie Anthony, laborer, 342 Canton av 
Gillespie Mrs. Margaret, 19 Harford av 
Gillespie Mrs. Matilda, 156 Aisquith 
Gillespie Robert, painter, 432 Walsh 
Gillespie Mrs. Sarah, 217 Boston 
Gillespie Thos. laborer, 14 Pearal 
Gillespie Wm. engraver, stationery, &c., 54 

Lexington, dw 467 w Fayette 
Gillet Martin & Co. (M. Gillet, 0. A. Gill,) 

teas, wholesale, 38 w Lombard 
Gillet Martin, (Martin G. & Co.) N. Y. 
Gilley Chas. W. metal broker, cor Gay ^ Pratt 
Gilley Mrs. Isaac F. 93 s Exeter 
Gilley Theodore, engineer, 93 s Exeter 
Gilliam George, salesman, 44 s Sharp 
Gilliard Nicholas, barber, 264 e Baltimore 
Gilligan Edward,3hipcarpen'r,83 sWashington 
Gilligan Patrick, wagoner, 71 Eastern av 
Gilligan Patrick, huckster, 549 Saratoga 
Gillin Thomas, laborer, 58 Davis 
Gillingham C. R. clerk, 122 e Baltimore 
Giliiugham Dr. Chas. T. 391^ w Fayette 
Gillingham David A. laborer, 159 s Chester 
Gillingham Edward W. agent, 37 Courtland 
Gillingham Geo. 0. (Keys & G.)322 Madison av 
Gillingham James, miller, 238 n Bond 
Gillingham Kate, seamstress, 10 Walker 
Gillingham Mrs. R. A. 322 Madison av 
Gillinwater James, machinist, 560 Lexington 
Gillis Mrs. Ann, tavern, Clinton, s of Boston 
Gillnian Geo. H. agent for Fairbank's scales, 

dw 6 s Gilmor 
Gillmeyer Geo. S. watchman, 10 Baker 
Gillmeyer W^m. J. supt. wagons Adams expr. 

65 Oxford 
GILLMORE JESSE, grocer, s wcor Broadway 

and Fayette 
Oilman Chas. shoemaker, 81 n Howard 
Gilman John S. (H. Abbott & Son,) Balto co. 
Gilman Dr. Judson, 172 Saratoga 
GILMOR & GIBSON, (H. G., A. F. Gibson,) 

imp'rs, and whol. liquors, over 50 s Gay 
Gilmor Iloifman, (G. & Gibson,) 134 Cathedral 
GILMOR HOUSE, n Calvert betw Fayette and 

Lexington, Kirkland cj- Co. proprietors 
Gilmor Rob't, 31 Hamilton 
Gilmor Rob't, jr. judge Criminal Court, Gil- 
mor house 
Gilmor Wm. sr. 1.34 Cathedral 
Gilmor Wm. jr. stock broker, loS Park 
Gilmor Wm. of Wm. clerk, 134 Cathedral 
Gilmore & Courtney, (R. G., Geo. Courtney,) 

blacksmiths. Central av nr Bank 
Gilmore James, drayman, 96 L. Montgomery 
Gilmore Mrs. Letitia, grocery, 85 Hillen 
Gilmore Richard, (Fields & G.) 204 s Ann 
Gilmore Rob't, (G. & Courtney,) 165 s Cen- 
tral av 
Gilmore Rob't, police, 85 Hillen 
Gilmour H. C. (G. 48c. Sons,) Eutaw house 
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AGKNTS FOU 

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GILMOUR & SONS, (J. D., H. C. and J. M. 

Gilmour, ) propr's Eutaw house, n w cor 
Eutaw and Baltimore 
Gilmour James D. (G. & Sons,) Eutaw house 
Gilmour Mary D. 98 n Eutaw 
Gilner Bernard, tinner, 596 Light 
Gilpin Albert G. (Cole & G.) 163 w Lombard 
Gilpin Bern. (Canby, Gilpin & Co.) 42 s Greene 
Gilpin John W. barrels, 108 Johnson 
Gilpin Wm. drayman, 78 Cross 
Gilpin Wm. H., Barnunrs hotel 
Gilroy James, livery stables, 144 n Front 
Gilroy John, drayman, 157 e Lombard 
Gimber Andrew, laborer, 290 Aliceanna 
Gimber Leon'd, stonemason, 31 s Dewberry al 
Gimm Leopold, cigarmaker, 50 s Bethel 
Gimm Leopold, cigarmaker. Spring nr Fayette 
Gimmel Jacob, laborer, 245 s Durham 
Giramel John, laborer, 77 Grindall 
Gimpel Wm. carpenter, 66 Ramsay 
Gimper Wm. brakesman, 132 e Lombard 
Gindrat Dr. Abram, 67 s Charles 
Ging Michael, tailor, 255 e Chase 
GinninsMich'l, bucks' r, 15 Front n of Foundry 
Ginter Catherine, grocery, 33 Biddle al 
Ginter Francis, shoemaker, 15 Scott 
Ginter John, laborer, 33 Biddle al 
Ginter John, pipemaker, 133 s Spring 
Ginter John, wheelwright, 15 Wyeth 
Ginter John A. carpenter, 219 Druid Hill av 
Ginter John L. cabinetmaker, 69 Richmond 
Gipe Geo. huckster, cor JeEFerson and Regester 
Gipprich Anthony, photographer, 84 s Wolfe 
Gipprich Joseph, jr. clerk, 84 s Wolfe 
Gipprich Joseph, clothing cutter, 84 s Wolfe 
Girard Dan'l D. clerk, Maltby house 
Girard Peter, clerk, 273 s Charles 
Girardin Emile, jeweler, 977 w Baltimore 
Girting Henry, laborer, Fort av bet Hull and 

Johnson 
Girvin Mrs. Catherine, 295 Franklin 
Girvin James, 86 McCulloh 
Girvin J. H. clerk, 278 Lexington 
GIRVIN J. M. shipping and commission mer- 
chant, 8 Spear's whf. dw 278 Lexington 
Girvin Rob't, gas fitter, 295 Franklin 
Girvin Sam'l, clerk, 295 Franklin 
Girvin Thomas, clerk, 295 Franklin 
Gise Joseph, laborer, 67 n Amity 
Giser John, tailor, 35 Low 
Gishel Conrad, cigarmaker, 187 s Charles 
Gishel Conrad, cigarmaker, 17 Dover 
Gisriel George, clerk, Fremont nr Penna av 
Gisriel Jacob, gardener, Fremont nr Penna av 
Gissel Christopher, carpenter, 247 e Biddle 
Gissel Jacob, gardener, Fremont nr Chats worth 
Gissel John, tobacconist, 231 Light 
Gissel John, tailor, 80 Henrietta 
Gissel Mary, grocery, 80 Henrietta 
Gissel Wm. tailor, 80 Henrietta 
Gist Edw'd R. salesman, 12 s Exeter 



Gist John, 1 Mulberry 
Gist Jos. (G. & Wells,) 306 w Lombard 
Gist Mary, boarding. 111 Raborg 
Gist W. Irving, 306 w Lombard 
Gist Wm. salesman, 64 e Lombard 
GIST & WELLS, (J. Gist,) produce, provis- 
ion and commission merchants, 126 and 
128 s Eutaw. [Seep. 6 Advertisements.^ 
Gith John, tailor, 41 n Liberty 
Gitterman Lewis, baker, 230 n Caroline 
Gitterman Lewis, baker, 167 n Eden 
Gittinger Wm. tanner, 174 n Fremont 
Gittings Edw'd S. moulder, 50 n Fremont 
Gittings Jackson, nightman, 53 McElderry 
Gittings James, merchandise broker, 3 Cheap- 
side, dw 172 Linden av 
Gittings John L. furn. wagon, 53 n Eden 
GITTINGS JOHN S. & CO. (J. S. Gittings, 
B. H. Williams, ) bankers, 29 South. [See 
p. 11 Advertisements.'] 
Gittings John S. (John S. Gittings & Co ) 

pres't Chesapeake Bank, dw 149 St. Paul 
Gittings Lambert & Co. (Lambert Gittings, 
George M. Johnson,) commis'n and ship'ng 
•merchants, 7 South 
Gittings Lambert, (L. G. & Co.) 62 Mt. Ver- 
non place 
Gittings Martin L. clerk, 42 n Paca 
Gittings Martin L., Hand house 
Gittings Mrs. Mary A. tailoress, 169 Green- 
mount av 
Gittings Richard J. (A. W. Machen & R. J. 

G.) 127 n Charles 
Gittings Richard, hackman, 127 Chew 
Gittings Wm. J. nightman, 103 n Spring 
Givens Mrs. Ann, 299 s Charles 
Givens J. L. baker at Gilmor house 
Givens Mrs. Mary, 73 n Amity 
Givvines John W. chairpainter, 49 n Caroline 
Givvines Wm. chairpainter, 146 n Eden 
Glaab George, shoemaker, 57 Holland 
Glaber Jacob, laborer, over 45 Harrison 
Gladfelter Louis, engineer, 53 Elliott 
Gladding Mrs. Lavinia C. 24 Hill 
Gladstone And. J. lieut. police, 212 Harfordav 
Gladstone Chas. A. bricklayer, 208 Harford av 
Glady Henry, broommaker, 2 Swan 
Glaechman John, tailor, 46 Bank 
Glaeser Henry, 68 McElderry 
Glaeser John, porter, 51 Granby 
Glancy Patrick, grocer, 64 Hampstead 
Glancy Wm. huckster, 120 Harford av 
Glanding David, collarmaker, 15 Townsend 
Glanding Mrs. Mary A. 322 w Fayette 
Glanding Thos. harnessmaker, 322 w Fayette 
Glann Anton, blacksmith, 63 Pearl 
Glann Geo. 0. letter carrier, 126 s Howard 
Glannan John, grocery, 178 s Howard 
Glannan John, conductor, 262 w Lombard 
Glans John C. blacksmith, 38 Portland 
Glanville Mrs. C. R., Hoffman nr Decker 
Glanville James 0. clerk, Hoffman nr Decker 
Glanville John W. restaurant, 9 n Eutaw 
Glanville John W. 93 Lee 
Glanville Robert B . clerk, 325 e Eager 
Glanville Samuel, clerk, 9 n Eutaw 
Glanz Conrad, blacksmith, 38 Portland 
Glanz Peter, shoemaker, 164 Raborg 
Glanzer Chas. F. grocery, 834 w Baltimore 
Glasby Patrick, laborer, 14 Essex 
Glasco Mrs. Agnes, 24 Hillen 
Glascock Wm. A. clerk 324 w Baltimore 



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Glasel Wm. shoemaker, 244 s Bond 
Glaser Alexander, bricklayer, 213 s Dallas 
Glaser Chas. shoemaker, 165 e Fayette 
Glaser Frederick, baker, 500 w Pratt 
Glaser Henry W. shoemaker, 192 s Eutaw 
Glaser John, porter, 57 Granby 
Glaser Mrs. Sophia, laundress, 416 Canton av 
Glasgow James, bookkeeper, 23 n Calvert 
Glasner Seamon, tailor, 1 1 Port 
Glass Mrs. Anna M. dressmaker, 260 n Howard 
Glass Charles, clerk, 843 w Baltimore 
Glass Emory S. shoemaker, 148 Lee 
Glass Emory, shoemaker, 165 Hughes 
Glass James A. ship joiner, 122 s Eden 
Glass John, mate, 77 Hamburg 
Glass John, railmaker, 3 Cambridge 
Glass Robert, carpenter, 201 e Fayette 
Glass Wm. D. harnessmaker, 34 St. Peter 
Glasshos Frederick, laborer, 148 s Castle 
Glatthauer Louis, cooper, Frederick _av near 

Gwynn Falls 
Gleasar John, laborer, 149 Raborg 
Gleaser John, shoemaker, 2o3 s Bond 
Gleason Catharine, seamstress, 252 n Eutaw 
Gleason Catherine, 60 Lewis 
Gleason Mrs. Mary, 145 s Chester 
Gleason Michael, laborer, 145 s Chester 

Gleason bricklayer, Farmers hotel 

Gleeson James, peddler, 157 n Eden 
Gleghorn John, jr. tinner, 71 Centre Market sp 
Gleghorn John, shoemaker, 71 Centre Market sp 
Gleichman Frederick, supt. German Orphan 

Asylum, 69 n Calvert 
Gleichman John & Co. (John G., P. Frankel, 

L. Frankel,) mer. tailors, 73 w Pratt 
Gleichman John, (J. G. & Co.) 149 e Fayette 
Gleie Chas. beer, 195 s Ann 
Gleischman Henry, laborer, 51 Fountain 
Gleiser August, wagoner, 261 s Paca 
Gleisner John, laborer, 245 s Dallas 
Gleitsmann Wm. second hand clothing, 226 s 

Caroline 
Glen Alexander, grocery, 279 e Monument 
Glen James, sr. engineer, s w cor Eden and 

Fayette 
Glen Jas. jr. grocery, cor Monument and I'lden 
Glen John H. painter, 231 s Eutaw 
Glendie Conrad, U. S. N. 201 w Fayette 
Glenmeyer Fred'k, grocery, 36 Warner 
Glenn Alexander, police, 238 Bank 
Glenn Benjamin, ship carp, 22 s Chester 
Glenn Chas. W. laborer, 38 St. Peter 
GLENN & CO. proprietors Balto. Gazette, 134 

w Baltimore 
Glenn John, blacksmith, 197 n Eden 
Glenn John & Co. (John G., Jas. Cooper, )real 

estate brokers, s w cor St. Paul and Fayette 
Glenn John E. carter, 197 n Eden 
Glenn John, (JohnG. & Co.) near Catonsville 

Baltimore co 
Glenn Mrs. John, 153 n Charles 
Glenn Mrs. Martha E. llo Park av 
Glenn Patrick, laborer, Hunter al, nr John 
Glenn Peter, laborer, 29 Neighbor 
Glenn Mrs. R. huckster, 196 s Regester 
Glenn Robert W. bricklayer, 3'^ St. Peter 
Glenn Samuel J. carpenter, 38 St. Peter 
Glenn Samuel J. jr. carpenter, 38 St. Peter 
Glenn Samuel B. blacksmith, 140 Gough 
Glenn Samuel W. actor, 207 n Central ar 
Glenn Wm. grocery, 238 Bank 
Glenn Wm. carpenter, 257 e Lombard 



Glenn Wm. W. attorney at law, 6 n Calvert 

dw 153 n Charles 
Glennon Thomas, hostler, 192 s Eutaw 
Glennon Thomas, porter, 78 n Greene 
Glick John, laborer, 301 n Central av 
Glines E. K. clerk, 227 e Madison 
Glisby Joseph, carpenter, 285 n Howard 
Glitznau Michael, tailor, 100 Somerset 
Globe Mutual Life Ins. Go. of N. Y. agency, 

63 Second 
Globein John, butcher, 5 Oxford 
Glock Adam, shoemaker, 22 Pleasant al 
Glock John A. cooper, 26 Pleasant al 
Glock John, tailor, 20 Pl'easant al 
Glocker Albert C. attorney, 343 Lexington 
Glocker Emanuel J. clerk, 343 Lexington 
Glocker Edwin J. clerk, 343 Lexington 
GLOCKER THEODORE, attorney at law, 11 

Courtland, dw 343 Lexington 
Glocker Dr. Theodore W. 343 Lexington 
Glogget Euis, stone cutter, 54 Rock 
Glos Frederick, bricklayer, 21 Brown 
Glos Nicholas, grocery, 139 Gough 
Gloss Henry, laborer, 331 s Bond 
Glossbrenner Rev. J. J., Scott nr St. Peter 
Glossman Michael, carpenter, 82 s Central av 
Glossmeyer Henry, foreman, 60 Centre Market 

space 
Glossner Mrs. Catherine, tailoress, 14 Bevan 
Glossner Ernest, tailor, 14 Bevan 
Gloutner Michael, 13 Port 
Glover Dr. John, 136 s Eutaw 
Glover John W. paver, 324 William 
Glover Richard, police, 32 Pearl 
Glover Thos. mariner, 44 Williamson al 
Glover Wm. laborer, 102 Hudson 
Gluck Casper, laborer, 271 Aisquith 
Gluck Charles F. dyer, 399 n Central av 
Gluck Chris. John M. blacksmith, 399 n Cen- 
tral av 
Gluck Christian, coachtrimmer. 14 n Liberty 
Gluck Christian, shoemaker, 205 Peirce 
Gluck Henry, shoemaker, 278 e Monument 
Gluck John, weaver, 301 n Central av 
Gluck Joseph C. clerk, 45 n High 
Gluck Philip, blacksmith, 85 Penna av 
GLUCK WILLIAM, tin and sheet iron worker 

and stoves, 79 and 81 n Gay, dw 45 n High 
Gluckstein Alois, shoestore, 93 Mulberry 
Gluth Chas. cabinet maker, 52 n Eutaw 
Glynn John, keeper of the Cathedral cemetery 

w of Fremont and n of Mosher 
Glynn Patrick, laborer, w of Fremont n of 

Mosher 
Gminder Jacob, silverplater, 10 s Calvert, dw 

637 w Lombard 
Gniesmer Henry, broommaker, 26 s Bond 
Gnough Henry, laborer, 23 s Washington 
Gobare Julius, laborer, 5 Mullikin 
Goberlein John, tailor, 47 Holland 
Gobright Harry, printer, 348 w Lombard 
Gobright Louisa A. 100 n Greene 
Gobright Wm. A. clerk, 348 w Lombard 
Gobright Wm. H. clerk. Western hotel 
Gocking Anton, carpenter, 345 Canton av 
Godden Orlando, clerk, s e cor Bond and 

Thames 
Godey Harry, clerk, 48 Hanover 

GODEY THOMAS, Cabinet Manu- 
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Godfrey Andrew, butcher, Penna. av ext 
Godfrey George, drayman, 32 Forrest 
Godfrey James H. mariner, 60 s Ann 
Godfrey John, furn. wagon, 152 George 
Godfrey Johnson, wagoner, 590 Penna. av 
Godfrey Samuel, tailor, 263 n Central av 
Godman G. R. butcher, 898 w Baltimore 
Godman John E. butcher, 3 B;iker, 
Godman J. W. & Co. (Wm. J. Godman, C. M. 
Keyser, ) provisions, s w cor Franklin and 
Fremont 
Godman Richard, butcher, 896 w Baltimore 
Godman Robert, butcher, 896 w Baltimore 
Godman Sarah A., Clifton nr Penna. av ext'd, 
Godman Thos. S. butcher, 21 HoUinsst market, 

dw 853 w Baltimore 
Godman Thos. W. butcher, 64 Centre, 73 
Lexington and "72 Hanover markets, dw 898 
w Baltimore 
Godman Wm. H. butcher, 18 Lexington mar- 
ket, dw 216 Division 
Godman Wm. J. (J. W. G. & Co.) 898 w Bal- 
timore 
Godwin Mrs. Ann, 188 Conway 
Godwin Mrs. Juliet, dressmaker, 99 Mullikin 
Qodwin J. L. B. bricklayer, 532 w Baltimore 
Godwin James, clerk, 58 L. Greene 
Godwin John E. (Noble & G.) 49 n Front 
Godwin Littleton, trunkmaker, 149 s Fremont 
Godwin Wm. jr. com. merch't, 46 Corrway 
Godwin W. W. clerk, 46 Conway 
Goebe Michael, beer, 260 e Pratt 
Goebel Ludwig, tailor, 11 Clay 
Goeckus Peter, baker, 34 s Poppleton 
Goedeeke Francis shoemaker, 238 e Eager 
Goehmer Charles, wireworker, 139 Marion 
Goehner Charles, wireworker, 152 Raborg 
Goepfert Christian, harnessmaker, 253 s Bond 
Goering Christian, hairdresser, n e cor Eutaw 

and Mulberry 
Goertz Frederick W. dry goods, 183 s Sharp 
Goetz Adam, junk dealer, 32 Douglas 
Goetz Ernest, shoemaker, 22 East 
Goetz George, tailor, 108 s Caroline 
Goetz John A. G. stoves and tinware, 212 

Light, dw 19 Brown 
Goetz John G. baker, 843 w Baltimore 
Goetz Louis, cigarmaker, 118 s Sharp 
Goetze August, (LohmuUer Sf Co.) 106 n 

Broadway 
Goetzer Franz, shoemaker, 4 n Durham 
Goetzer Joseph, baker, 59 s Chapel 
Goflf Arthur, farmer, 1 1 2 e Fayette 
Goffigan John, clerk, 24 Pleasant 
Goffronn Wm. upholster, 90 Lexington 
Gogel Charles, telegraphist, over s w cor Bal- 
timore and South 
Gogegan Richard, machinist, 130 Conway 
Goggin Richard, mariner, 33 Fell 
Gohlinghorst Geo. peddler, 180 s Fremont 
Gohlinghorst Harman, porter. 66 Light 



Gohlinghorst Henry, cooper, 66 Light 
Gohlinghorst Herman, cabinetmaker, 83 Lex- 
ington 
Gohlinghorst Henry, farmer, opp *l Gould's la 
Gohlinghorst John G. tavern, 66 Light 
GOHLINGHORST JOHN G. tavern, 25 Com- 
merce 
Gohlinghorst John H. laborer, 25 Commerce 
Gohlinghorst John H. restaurant, 5 Saratoga 
Gohlke Charles, wheelwright, 118 Columbia, 

dw 184 
Gohn George, laborer, 12 n Durham 
Goilfoy Mrs. Ann, 8 Rose 
Going Alvah, machinist, 14 St. Mary 
Going Hosea, bookkeeper, 14 St. Mary 
Gola Charles, music teacher, 47 Courtland 
Gold Abraham, 181 w Lombard 
Gold George, salesman, 156 w Lombard 
Goldbeck Wm. carpenter, 86 s Castle 
Goldberg Abraham, (A. Rosenberg & Co.) 57 

w Baltimore 
Golden Ann, huckstress, 30 Flarford av 
Golden James, brakesman, 18 s Amity 
Golden John, moulder, 75 s Chester 
Golden Richard, laborer, 177 Vine 
Goldenberg & Co. (D. I. & I. Goldenburg,) 

millinery goods, 63 Lexington 
Goldenberg Danl. L (G. & Co.) 251 Saratoga 
Goldenberg Isadore, f G. & Co.) 63 Lexington 
Goldenburg & Co. (D. L Goldenburg, A. 

Peyser,) millinery goods, 51 n Howard 
Goldenburg D. \. (G. & Co.) 251 Saratoga 
Goldenburg David, clerk, 51 German 
Goldenburg Jacob, 51 n Paca 
Goldenburg Moses, (Lewis Weglein & Co.) 

166 w Lombard 
Golder Hamilton, 127 w Fayette 
Colder J. C. clerk, 202 n Howard 
Golder L. H. clerk, 127 w Fayette 
Golder Mrs. Mary J. 127 w Fayette 
Golder Robt. jr. ( G. & Unduch; ) 495 w Fayette 
GOLDER & UNDUCH, (R. Golder, jr. N. H. 
Unduch, ) importers and dealers in paper- 
hangings, 33 Hanover 
Golder Wm. W. bookkeeper, 127 w Fayette 
Golderman J. G. printer, 20 Stirling 
Golderman Mrs. Sophia, grocery, 20 Stirling 
Goldhammer Peter, cooper, 53 Leadenhall 
Golding Bernard, 31 e Fayette 
Goldman Edward, salesman, 490 w Baltimore 
Goldman & Fuechsl, (L. Goldman, F. Fue- 

chsl, ) tailors, 127 w Howard 
Goldman Mrs. Hannah, hoopskirt factory and 

fancy goods, 490 w Baltimore 
Goldman Lewis, sr., clothier, 92 w Baltimore, 

dw 1 09 n Exeter 
Goldman Lewis, (G. & Fuechsl,) 127 n Howard 
Goldman Leman, cattle, 118 Chew 
Goldman Louis, clothier, 4 Centre Market 

space, dw 109 n Exeter 
Goldman Samuel, hoopskirts, 208 s Bond 
Goldsberry Thomas, fisherman, 54 Fort av 
Goldsborough Arthur T. 23 Lexington 
Goldsborough A. W. produce com. merch't, 

90 s Eutaw, dw 145 w Hoffman 
Goldsborough, Buck & Henry, (J. C. Golds- 
borough, R. B. Buck, J. W. Henry,) notions 
and fancy goods, over 8 Hanover 
GOLDSBOROUGH & CO. (Charles G., S. B. 
wings) wholes, wines, brandies, &c, 62 s Gay 
Goldsborough Charles (Goldsborough & Co.) 
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Goldsborough Chas. H. sparmak'r, 55 Aisquith 
Goldsborough F. Y. clerk, IVl w Fajette 
Goldsborough Fitzhugh, clerk, 17 Mulberry 
Goldsborough George R. 234 n Eutaw 
Goldsborough James R. clerk, 44 McCulloh 
Goldsborough John, saloon, 146 Eastern av 
Goldsborough John, engineer, 191 Battery av 
Goldsborough John C. (G., Buck & Henry,) 

12 Hollins 
Goldsborough Lewis C. clerk, 95 Saratoga 
Goldsborough Louis D. printer, 206 n Howard 
Goldsborough Louis E. printer, 13 s Howard 
Goldsborough Martin, property agent, 44 Mc- 
Culloh 
Goldsborough Dr. Leander, surgeon, U. S. A, 

234 w Biddle 
Goldsborough N. Lee, clerk, 95 Saratoga 
Goldsborough Rich. H. attorney, 28 Lexington 
Goldsborough Thomas, storekeeper at Custom 

House, 27 n Calvert 
GOLDSBOROUGH W. ELWELL, attorney, 

25 Lexington, dw 195 n Howard 
Goldsborough Wm. T.jr. trav. agent, 20 Mul- 
berry 
Goldsborough Walter, 108 s Chester 
Goldsborough "Washington, attorney, 195 n 

Howard 
Goldsborough Wm. mariner, 242 s Broadway 
Goldsmit S. butcher, 70 Hanover market, dw 

84 Jackson sq av 
Goldsmith B. L. shoes, clothing, &c., 11 n Pine 
Goldsmith Chas. shoemaker, 58 Davis 
Goldsmith Edw. confectionery, 107 Franklin, 

dw 40 s High 
Goldsmith Egbert S.(G. & Gill)198 n Howard 
Goldsmith Eliza, 198 n Howard 
Goldsmith Frank, shoemaker, over 14 Thames 
Goldsmith & Gill, (E. S. G., W.H. Gill) gents 

furnish, goods, 96 n Charles 
Goldsmith Hammond^ peddler, 34 n High 
Goldsmith Harman, butcher,81 Centre and 102 

Belair markets, dw Harford av ext 
Goldsmith Jacob, clerk, 310 e Monument 
Goldsmith John B. police, 20 Orchard 
Goldsmith Jonas, sec. hand goods, 38 Douglass 
Goldsmith Jonas, teacher, 418 w Baltimore 
Goldsmith Lewis, (M. Ring & Co.) 250 w^ay- 

ette 
Goldsmith Lewis, clerk, 38 Douglass 
Goldsmith Lewis A. hostler. Swan tavern 
Goldsmith Michael, rags, 17 n Central av 
Goldsmith Michael, rags, 44 Gough 
Goldsmith Morris, glazier, 72 Thames 
Goldsmith Mrs. Rachel, fancy goods, 141 and 

143 Hanover market, dw 147 Chesnut 
Goldsmith Reuben S., Pratt nr Gough 
Goldsmith Dr. Robert H. physician Bayview 

Asylum, 52 s Broadway 
Goldsmith Sam'l, butcher, 2 Hanover market, 

dw 8 1 Hampstead 
Goldsmith Solomon, drygoods, 168 Lexington 
Goldsmith Solomon, shoemaker, 106 s Spring 
Goldstein Laura, saleswoman, 40 n Exeter 
Goldstein Mrs. Mary A. 40 n Exeter 
Goldstein Wm. soaps and perfumery, over 2G8 

w Pratt 
Goldstein W., Fountain hotel 
Goldstrom Mosea, sec. hand goods, 248 Alice- 
anna 
GoIibartP. L.(A. L. Hoggs, jr. & Co.)Mosher 

nr Oregon 
Golibart Harry W. bookkeeper, 324 e Baltimore 



Golibart Jos. R. (Ely & G.) 89 s Broadway 
Golibart & Shuter, (S. R. G., J. Shuter) lum- 
ber, 32 West Falls av below Pratt 
Golibart Simon R. (G. & Shuter) 324 e Balti- 
more 
Goll Mrs. Elizabeth, 36 n Republican 
GoU John, laborer, 28 s Popplet^n 
Golrick Conrad, plumber, 247 s Dallas 
Goltbah Otto, carpenter, 124 s Durham 
Gomes Joseph, tinner. Hawk nr Concord 
Gonce George E. butcher, 12 Rose 
Gonce John T. laborer, 12 Rose 
Gonder Cornelius, blacksmith, 1 30 Orchard, dw 

99 Chatsworth 
Gonder Jacob, stonecutter, 209 n Eutaw 
Gonder Wm. tobacconist, 167 Franklin, dw 

99 Chatsworth 
Goning Thos. grocery and liquors, 10 Liberty al 
Gonn John, shoemaker, 176 Montgomery 
Gontrum Mrs. Ann, 93 Warner 
Gontrum Henry H. shoecutter. 93 Warner 
Gonzeley Magull, 13 s Howard 
GOOB G. FREDERICK, restaurant, 49 Thames 
Good John, canmaker, 265 w Biddle 
Goodacre Daniel, 85 Albemarle 
Goodacre Daniel M. police, Washington near 

Hampstead 
GOODE JAMES E. book and job printer, 

26j Second 
Goode John A. cashier. New Place, basement, 

n e cor Baltimore and Holliday 
Goodhand James B. carpenter, 87 n Calvert 
Goodhand Mrs. Maria, 17 n Fremont 
Goodhavt John C. tailor, 44 Clay 
Goodhue George, shoemaker, 86 Jefferson 
Goodloe & Co. (T. W. and S. H. Goodloe)* 

produce com. merchants, 10 s Howard 
Goodloe S. H. (G. & Co.) 116 German 
Goodloe T. W. (G. & Co.) 116 German 
Goodman Aaron, clothing, 75 n Howard, dw 

322 Saratoga 
Goodman Abraham, clothier, 115 n Howard, 

dw 322 Saratoga 
Goodman Barbara, 6 Harmony la 
Goodman Emanuel, clerk, 18 Centre Market sp 
Goodman George, 6 Harmony la 
Goodman Henry, (S. G. & Bro.) 68 Harrison 
Goodman Henry, clothier, 66 Centre Market sp 
Goodman Isaac, sec. hand store, 62 Harrison 
Goodman John, blacksmith, 288 Johnson 
Goodman John W. salesman, 194 s Fremont 
Goodman Joseph, drygoods, 176 e Baltimore 
Goodman Joseph, clothier, 18 Centre Market sp 
Goodman Josiah, clothier, 22 Centre Market sp 
Goodman Lewis, rags, 145 Orleans 
Goodman Lewis & Son, (Lewis Goodman) 

housefurnishing goods, 68 Harrison 
Goodman Lewis, (Lewis G.& Son, )68 Harrison 
Goodman Marmaduke R. marblecutter. Monu- 
ment nr Broadway 
Goodman Mrs. Maria, 40 n Poppleton 
Goodman Rich, stonecutter, 416 e Monument 
Goodman Sam'l, tailor, 74 Centre Market sp 
Goodman Sekel, teacher, 2 Etna la 
Goodman Solomon, (S. G. & Bro.)68 Harrison 
Goodman S. & Bro. (S. and Henry Goodman) 

drygoods, 195 n Gay 
Goodman Winnebald, tailor, 325 n Central av 
Goodman Wm. mariner, 154 s Charles 
Goodmanson John J. tinner, 325 n Eutaw 
Goodnow Rosina, 209 w Fayette 
Goodrich J. W. saloon, 2j Light 



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Goodrick George, 9 Comet 
Goodrick Thos. T. carpenter, 184 w Biddle 
Goodsell Granville W. clerk, 114 Lee 
Goodsell G. W. clerk, 90 s Sharp 
Goodsmuth Sickel, rags, 149 s Bond 
Goodwill Casper, baker, 153 s Spring 
Goodwill Frederick, laborer, 153 s Spring 
Goodwill Michael, laborer, 153 s Spring 
Goodwin Chas. jr. salesman, 29 Hollins 
Goodwin Charles, cashier, Franklin bank, 121 

McCuUoh 
Goodwin C. L. (G. & Hyland,) Balto. co 
Goodwin Caleb H. trader, Franklin house 
GOODWIN & HYLAND, (C. L. G., J. G. 

Hyland, )cotton brokers, over 53 Exchange pi 
Goodwin Jacob, clerk, 29 Hollins 
Goodwin James, laborer, 158 Eastern av 
Goodwin James, huckster, 250 Harford av 
Goodwin James W. engineer, 9 Burke 
Goodwin John, blacksmith, 247 Franklin 
Goodwin John, horseshoer, 248 Franklin 
Goodwin Lyder, deputy sheriff. Brown's hotel 
Goodwin, Oliver ^ Co. (T. Goodwin, J. 

Oliver, ) drv goods com. merch'ts, 12 Hanover 
Goodwin Thos. (G., Oliver cj- Co.) 29 Hollins 
Goodwin Wm. farmer, 130 n Front 
Goodwin Mrs. Wm. H. 91 Gough 
Gootee George S. clerk, 358 e Baltimore 
Gopeltz John, laborer, 28 Barnes 
Gorden James, shoemaker, 32 e Monument 
Gordon Adolph D. police, 681 w Baltimore 
Gordon Adolph D. moulder, 534 Saratoga 
Gordon Alexander, (John S. Hayes & Co.) 

Monument betw Park and Howard 
Gordon Mrs. Basil B. 133 n Charles 
Gordon Bartholomew, grocery, 63 Front n of 

Foundry 
Gordon Charles G. clerk, 317 e Monument 
Gordon Charles M. clerk steamb't insp'r, office 

198 e Pratt 
Gordon Chas. P. silversmith, 67 Stirling 
Gordon Charles P. 48 n Holliday 
Gordon Douglass H. 27 Franklin 
Gordon Daniel, engineer, 67 Gran by 
Gordon David, baker, 72 Albemarle 
Gordon Mrs. Elizabeth H., John nr Lanvale 
Gordon Mrs. F. D. 70 n Calvert 
Gordon Fred'k S. silversmith, 67 Stirling 
Gordon George J. 43 St. Paul 
Gordon Geo. B.silversmith,over 48nHollida3^, 

dw Baltimore co 
Gordon George H. sailmaker, 24 s Bond 
Gordon George P. porter, 72 Albemarle 
Gordon H. Skipwith, 133 n Charles 
Gordon James, laborer, 309 Forrest 
Gordon James A. bricklaj-er, 317 e Monument 
Gordon James, horses, n w cor Baltimore and 

Paca, dw 7 n Oregon 
Gordon James A. F. conductor, 196 e Pratt 
Gordon John H. telegraphist, 131 e Eager 
Gordon John, clerk, 143 e Lombard 



Gordon John A. carpenter, 403 w Lombard 
Gordon John H. silversmith, 48 n Holliday 
Gordon John H. clerk P. 0. 602 w Lombard 
Gordon Josiah W. cigarmaker, 304 Mulberry 
Gordon Martin, laborer, 19 Pleasant al 
Gordon Patrick, laborer, 34 President 
Gordon Quincy A. carpenter, 144 Preston 
Gordon Mrs. Rebecca, 144 Preston 
Gordon Thomas, barkeeper, 19 Pleasant 
Gordon Wm. E. tax adjuster, 4 Courtland, dw 

61 s Ann 
Gordon Wm. H. serg't of police, 131 e Eager 
Gordon Wm. McK. 49 Mt. Vernon place 
Gordschell Fred'k D. butcher, 38 Dolphin 
Gordschell Dr. George W. 288 Penna av 
Gore Mrs. Annie, boarding, 40| Conway 
Gore Dr. Albert P. 94 n Eutaw, dw 9 Pearl 
Gore Ann R. 123 Linden av 
Gore John, carpenter, 219 w Biddle 
Gore John W. carpenter, 123 Linden av 
Gore Jesse P. coachmaker, Voshell house 
Gore J. W. clerk, 40^ Conway 
Gore John W. clerk, 4 n Howard 
Gore Thomas H. 40i Conway 
Goreman Timothy, laborer, 644 w Pratt 
GORGAS & WATERS, (Drs. F. J. S. Gorgas 

& T. S. Waters,) dentists, 43 Hanover 
GORGAS DR. FERDINAND J. S. (G. ^ 

Waters. ) and Dean Bait. College of Dental 

Surgery, 43 Hanover, dw 259 n Eutaw 
Gorges Madame Leonora, artificial flowers, 

132 Lexington 
Gorges John, pumpmaker, 132 Lexington 
Goring Mrs. Barbara, junk, 3 Spruce al 
Goring Charles, carpenter, 3 Spruce al 
Gorlick Owen, bookkeeper, 338 e Eager 
Gorley John, laborer, 20 Williamson al 
Gorman Arnold T. lettercarrier, 72 Centre 

Market sp 
Gorman Bryan, grocery, 79 Richmond 
Gorman Henry, helper, n w cor Mulberry and 

Poppleton 
Gorman Henry, blacksmith, Clinton opp. 

Chesapeake furnace 
Gorman James W. restaurant, rear 42 Second, 

and 29 n Calvert 
Gorman James S. clerk, 29 n Calvert 
Gorman John, blacksmith, 30 w Biddle 
Gorman John, clerk, 60 s Howard 
Gorman John, laborer. Cathedral ext 
Gorman John J. (John J. G. & Bro.) 79 Rich- 
mond 
Gorman John J. & Bro. (John J. G., Matthew 

F. G.) grocers, s e cor Chase and Cathedral 
Gorman & Lyles, ( Wm. Gorman, Henry Lyles) 

shipsmiths, lower end Long dock 
Gorman Mrs. Mary, 681 Mulberry 
Gorman Mrs. Mary A. housekeeper, 282 Mad- 
ison av 
Gorman Matthew F. (John J. G. & Bro.) 79 

Richmond 
Gorman Patrick, clerk, 243 n Howard 
Gorman Rich'd P. liquors, 143 Forrest dw 

347 w Pratt 
Gorman Wm. E. sailmaker, 81 s Exeter 
Gorman Wm. laborer. Cathedral ext 
Gorman Wm. (G. & Lyles,) 91 s Washington 
Gormley Matthew, blacksmith, 118 Hollins 
Gormley Mrs. John, 362 w Fayette 
Gormley Patrick, laborer, 104 Dolphin 
Gormley Thomas J. painter, basement 118 

Saratoga, dw 110 



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Gormley Mrs. Thomas J. milliner, 110 Saratoga 
Gormly Georp;e M. book' per, 104 w Lombard 
Gornail John P. brass finisher, Ramsay nr 

Poppleton 
Gornail Richard, brass finisher,over 48nHolli- 

day, dw 61 North 
Gorsuch B. F. of Custom house, dw Bait, co 
Gorsuch B. How'd, measu'r C. H. 136 n Exeter 
Gorsuch David A. clerk, 106 n Gay 
Gorsuch Jehu, 78 n High 
Gorsuch James D. carpenter, 18 Druid Hill av 
GORSUCH JOHN T. magistrate, 134 Forrest, 

dw 276 Aisquith 
Gorsuch John H. bookkeeper, 100 n Eutaw 
Gorsuch Levin, oysters, 1 73 s Washington 
Gorsuch Lewis C. clerk, 227 Aisquith 
Gorsuch Nelson R. 7 n Exeter 
Gorsuch Noah P (McDaniel & G.) 262 Park av 
GORSUCH PEREGRINE, conveyancer, 32 St. 

Paul, dw 227 Aisquith 
Gorsuch Rezin H. hardware, 106 n Gay 
Gorsuch Robert, salesman, Gilmer, 5 doors of 

Franklin 
Gorsuch Robert, 193 Franklin 
Gorsuch Mrs. Samuel, 185 s Chapel 
Gorsuch Mrs. Sarah, 236 William 
Gorsuch So'onion, carpenter, 236 William 
Gorsuch Theodore, painter, 284 Franklin 
Gorsuch Thomas J. tailor, 100 e Fayette 
Gorsuch Wm. S. carpenter, 92 n Pine 
Gorsuch Wm. G. carpenter, 100 Mulberry, dw 

100 n Eutaw 
Gorsuch Zechariah C. moulder, 170 Orleans 
Gorter G. 0. consul for Belgium and commis. 

mercht, 79 Exchange place, dw 71 Cathedral 
Gorter 0. G. clerk, 71 Cathedral 
Gorton Alouzo M. clerk, 652 w Lombard 
Gorton Mrs. Caroline M. 652 w Lombard 
Gorton Wm. S.magistrate,office, 249^ s Broad- 
way, dw 159 s Ann 
Gosden J. T. prof, music, 222 Franklin 
Goshell Mrs. Eugenia, grocery, cor Gough and 

Reg ester 
Goshell Wm. H. tinner, s w cor Gough and 

Regestcr 
Goslin Geo. confectionery, 51 e Lombard 
Goslin T. H.(W. S. Goslin & Son,)Carolineco. 
Goslin Wm. S. (W. S. Goslin & Son,) 82 s 

Sharp 
GOSLIN WM. S. & SON, (Wm. S. Goslin, T. 

H. Goslin,) com. merchts, 51 South 



GOSMAN ADAM J., Pharmaceut- 
ist, (successor to Mackenzie & Co.) 
Family Medicine and Prescription 
store, N. E. corner of Baltimore 
and Gay, and GOSMAN & CO., 
Apothecaries, 191 Madison avenue, 
dw N. E. corner Baltimore and 
Gay. 

GOSMAN & CO. (A. J.Gosman, J. J. Myer,) 

pharmaceutist, 191 Madison av 
Gosman Adam J. (G. & Co.) n e cor Baltimore 

and Gay 
Gosman Eva, grocery, 94 Somerset 
Gosman Franklin, cooper, 54 s Regester 
Gosman Martin, driver, 94 Somerset 
Gosman Philip, laborer, 201 s Durham 



Gosnell Chas. A. druggist, 173 Penna av 
Gosnell Chas. H. machinist, 136 McHenry 
Gosnell Douglas E. salesman, 285 Franklin 
Gosnell Elizabeth, Hudson al near Federal 
Gosnell Mrs. Esther, dressmaker, 168 Ensor 
Gosnell Enoch G. shoemaker, 78 Grcenm't av 
Gosnell Francis M carpenter, 457 w Lombard 
Gosnell Franklin, carpenter, 210 e Madison 
Gosnell Geo. painter, 168 Ensor 
Gosnell Geo. H. laborer, Baker, nr Northern av 
Gosnell Geo. 11. carpenter, 189 Druid Hill av 
Gosnell G. W. & Bro., (G. W. and J. P. Gos- • 

nell, ) produce and com. merchts, 158 w Pratt 
Gosnell Geo. T. carpenter, 161 Mulberry, dw 

189 Druid Hill av 
Gosnell Geo. W. (G. W. G. cj-'Bro.) 210 e 

Madison 
Gosnell J. P. (G. W. G. & Bro.) 210 e Madison 
Gosnell Jesse T. carpenter, 132 Dolphin 
Gosnell John T. silver plater, 29 Chatsworth 
Gosnell John P. clerk, 210 e Madison 
Gosnell John W. carpenter, 189 Druid Hill av 
Gosnell Lemuel W. 7 Waverly terrace, n Carey 
Gosnell Luther R. engineer, 492 w Lombard 
Gosnell Philip H. tailor, 443 Saratoga 
Gosnell Rufus B. conductor, 492 w Lombard 
Gosnell Susan, 13 Josephine 
Gosnell Thomas, carpenter, 210 e Madison 
Gosnell Upton, blacksmith, 166 McHenry 
Gosnell Wallace L. (Marsden & G.) 76 Peirce 
Gosnell Wash'n L. carpenter, 453 w Lombard 
Gosnell Wm. Evans, painter, 1S9 Druid Hillav 
Gosnell Wm. L. clerk, 7 Waverly terrace, n 

Carey 
Gosnell Wm. L. bricklayer,Baker,nr North av 
Gosnell Wm. T. machinist, 460 w Lombard 
Goss Wm. F. farmer, Kings la, dw Calverton 

mills 
Gossage John H. carpenter, 180 n Caroline 
Gossman John B. cooper, 252 e Lombard 
Gosweiler Danl. limekilns, n of McMechin, bet 
Division and Druid Hillav, dw Arlington pi 
Goszmann John F. baker, 356 e Eager 
Goszmann John M. baker, 334 e Eager 
Gott Mrs. Catherine, Druid Hill av nr McMechin 
Gott Jackson C. architect and builder, 2 and 4 

n Greene, dw Eutaw house 
Gott John, hackman, 43 Hillen 
Gott Joseph T. clerk, 118 Preston 
GOTT WM. B. & CO. (W. B.Gott,) grocers, 

194 Lexington 
Gott Wm. B. (Wm. B. G. & Co.) 22 George 
Gott Wm. H. clerk, .118 Preston 
Gott Wm. carpenter, 118 Preston 
Gottee Conrad, laborer, IGl s Chapel 
Gottemuller Herman, drayman, 63 Albemarle 
Gotten Geo. W. foreman, 20 Buren 
Gottfried John, laborer, 41 s Chapel 
Gotthardt August, laborer, 310 s Charles 
Gottleib John, sawyer, 52 Lancaster 
Gottleib Philip, butcher,49 Belair and 37 Cen- 
tre Markets, dw n e cor Madison and Castle 
Gottman Jacob, carter, 179 s Bethel 
Gottschalk Adam, butcher, 14 Cross st. mar- 
ket, dw Gould's la 
Gottschalk Adolph, corper, 179 s Wolfe 
Gottschalk Alliert(G. & Spilman,)26 s Greene 
Gottschalk Gustave, currier, 505 Penna av 
GOTTSCHALK k SPILMAN, (A. Gottschalk, 
C. Spilman, ) dealers in liquors, &c., 46 and 
48 Light 
Gottschalt Henry, tobacconist, 113 Penn av 



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Gottslebea Peter, shoemaker, 241 e Chase 
Gotty Henry, driver, 123 Eastern av 
Gotswalt Jacob, 54 s Sharp 
Goudy Alfred, clerk, 40 s Poppleton 
Goudy John, machinist, 46 s Poppleton 
Gough Benedict, (B. R. Spalding & Co.) 97 

St. Paul 
Gough Bernard, tailor, 3 Bank 
Gough Mrs. Cassandra, 472 Lexington 
Gough Francis, 8 Watson 
Gough James, marbleworker, 141 e Eager 
Gough Joseph H. saddler, 191 Conway 
Gough Thos. W. 265 Druid Hill av 
Gough Wm. laborer, 141 e Eager 
Gould Benj. F. 45 McCulloh 
Gould, Dukes & Co. (Thos. N. Gould, I. R. 
Dukes, )com. merchts, over 102 Light-st wfaf 
Gould Capt. Edward, mariner, 148 s Bond 
Gould Edmund G. salesman, 34 s High 
Gould James, laborer, 7 Walker 
Gould Jas. A. (Marriott & G.) 64 Lanvale 
Gould John R. clerk, 30 s Ann 
Gould John G. 74 e Lombard 
Gould John R. clerk, 35 w Baltimore 
Gould Mrs. Mary Ann, 31 s Ann 
Gould Mrs. Mary E. 185 Conway 
Gould Mrs. Sarah S. 132 Johnson 
Gould Theodore P. watchmaker, 187 w Pratt 
Gould Thos. N. (G., Dukes & Co. ) 3 Courtland 
Gould Wm. H. laborer, 385 s Eutaw 
Gould Wm. H. H. conductor, 138 n High 
Gould Wm. Wallace, real estate broker, 45 

McCulloh 
Gould Zaccheus, clerk, 7 Poultney 
Goulden James, laborer, 16 Vallej- 
Goulden John, laborer, 168 Grcenmount av 
Goulden Richard, carter, 177 Vine 
Gouley Louis, jr. vegetable medicine, 60 w 

Baltimore, dw*8 s Exeter 
Gouliart Mrs.Helena,s w cor York and Hanover 
Gourlej- Andrew J. 41 Tyson 
GourleyGeo. sr. laborer, 41 Tyson 
Gourley Geo. jr. 41 Tyson 
Gourley Capt. James, 175 e Madison 
Gourley Joseph, ship carpenter, 284 n Eutaw 
Gourley Mrs. Martha, cor Albemarle and Stiles 
Gourley Moses, driver, 41 Tyson 
Gove Jereuiiah D. s e cor Fulton and Hollins 
Gove John H. (E. H. Valentine & Co.) se cor 

Fulton and Hollins 
Gover Charles P. clerk, 7 n High 
Gover Edward L. clerk, 106 e Pratt 
Gover Geo. P. stock broker, 5 Aisquith 
Gover Henry T.(G. k Matthews, )26 n Strieker 
Gover Jesse, clerk, 26 n Strieker 
Gover & Matthews. (H. T. G., John D. Mat- 
thews,) com. merchts. 110 w Lombard 
Gover Philip, (Philip G. & Co.) Harford co 
Gover Philip & Co. (P. G., H. Hopper,) ex- 
change brokers, 22 w Baltimore 
Gover Robert, 180 Madison av 



Gover Robt. tobacconist, 190 Pearl, dw 5 Aia- 

quith 
GOVER SAMUEL H. auctioneer and com. 

merchant, 84 w Baltimore, dw 7 n High 
Government stables, se cor Scott and McHenry 
Governor's Office of State of Md. room 4, 31 n 

Calvert 
Gowan Michael, laborer, 192 Ramsay 
Gowenlock Robt. engineer. Federal nr Falls 
Grab Charles, baker, 241 Gough 
Grabe Chas. laborer, 16 Fountain 
Grabe Henry, cooper, 255 Cross 
Graber Chas. H. shoemaker, 221 Hanover 
Graber John, tailor, 56 Greenmount av 
Graber John, driver, 82 Pearl 
Graber Peter, stone mason, 62 s Republican 
Grabowski Ernst, tin and sheet iron worker, 

201^ e Madison 
Grace Aaron D. (G. & Co.) 71 n Eutaw 
Grace & Co. ( A. D. Grace, J. H. Grace, ) ladies 

shoe store, 71 n Eutaw 
Grace James, carpenter, 17 Perry 
Grace James H. (G. & Co.) 71 n Eutaw 
Grace James C. paper carrier, 7 s Front 
Grace Miss Jennie, silver polisher, 334 e Balti- 
more 
Grace Theresa A. 82 s High 
Grace Thomas, laborer, 21 Barnes 
Grace Wm. driver, 48 Harford av 
Gracey Benj. M. clerk, 127 Orleans 
Gracey Henry, carpenter, 316 Forrest 
Gracey James T. carpenter, 316 Forr':st 
Gracey Robt. carter, 136 Front, n of Foundry 
Gracey Wm. C. carpenter, 252 e Fayette 
Gracey Wm. C. carpenter, 316 Forrest 
Gracey Wm. A. carpenter, 316 Forrest 
Gracey Wm. S. sw cor Bond and Madison 
Gradick Edwd. W. bricklayer, 233 Franklin 
Gradick John G. machinist, 233 Franklin 
Gradis Owen P. peddler, 19 e Madison 
Gradville Fred'k W. (P. G. Zouck & Co.) 356 

Eastern av 
Gradwhol E. C. agent, 1 Warner 
Gradwhol Fred'k W. clerk, 356 Eastern av 



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Grady Frank T. bookkeeper, 66 Lanvale 
Grady James, store keeper Baltimore Steam 

packet Co.dw s w cor McCulloh and Preston 
Grady John, shoemaker, 2 n Pine 
Grady Mary M. J. 464 Harford av 
Grady Michael, laborer, 18 Slemmer al 
Grady Owen, laborer, 3 Hargrove al 
Graef Peter, tobacconist, 91 n Caroline 
Graefe Edward, cabinetmaker, 9 and 16 Clay, 

dw 9 
Graefe F. A. 17 n Fremont 
Graeser Augustus, pianomaker, 50 s Oregon 
Graf Annie, cook, 23 Walker 



Clothing, Marble Hall, 38 and 40 West Baltimore Street. 



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Graf Frederick, laborer, 226 Battery av 
Graf John, tavern, 173 Franklin 
Graf John, cooper, 23 Walker 
Graf John, (G., Kolbe & Gevenkort, ) 212 Or- 
leans 
Graf, Kolbe & Gevenkort, (J. G., Wm. Kolbe, 

A. Gevenkort,) coachmakers, 37 North 
Graf Lewis, capmaker, 260 s Eutaw 
Graf Raymond, lager laeer, 89 Thames 
Grafe Carrie, tailoress, 59 s Fremont 
Graff Chas. clerk, 164 Sarah Ann 
Grafif Conrad, lager beer, 19 Dover 
Graff E. Beatty, attorney, 5 St. Paul, dw 10 

Barnet 
Graff Henry N. shipping clerk, 160 Barre 
Graff Jas. H. clerk, 2 n Eden 
Graff John, laborer, 182 s Chapel 
Graff John D. 2 n Eden 
Graff Nicholas, shoemaker, 164 Sarah Ana 
Graff Peter, shoemaker, 276 s Dallas 
Graff Peter, laborer, 355 s Bond 
Graff Robert, shipping clerk, 10 Barnet 
Graff W. 115 n Eutaw 
GraflflinC. L 142 Pearl 
Grafflin Christopher, clerk, 142 Pearl 
Grafflin Geo. W. jr. (J. W. G. & Son,) 113 

McCulloh 
Grafflin Geo. W (J. C. G. & Co.)224 Linden av 
GRAFFLIN JACOB W. & SON, (J. W. G., 
Geo. W. Grafflin, jr.) lumber and trenails, 
cor of Canton and East Falls avs 
Grafflin Jacob W. (J. W. G. # Son,) 111 Mc- 
Culloh 
GRAFFLIN J. C. cj- CO. (Geo. W. G., J. C. 
Grafflin,) prop'r Baltimore bag factory, 75 
and 77 South 
GRAFFLIN JOS. deputy sheriff, 266 Park av 
Grafflin John C.(J. C. G. & Co.) 169 McCulloh 
Grafflin Lewis F. clerk;- 111 McCulloh 
Grafflin W. H. clerk, 224 Linden av 
Grafstetter Herman, cigarmaker, 24 e Lombard 
Graft Conrad, laborer, 35 Preston 
Graft John T. butcher, 21 Richmond market, 

dw Point la near Greenmount cemetery 
Graft Thomas D. butcher, Point la nr Green- 
mount cemetery 
Graft Thomas D. butcher, 151 Harford av 
Grafton Samuel H. tobacconist, 113 Franklin, 

dw Clifton nr Druid Hill park 
Graham Amelia J. boarding, 49 Mt. Vernon pi 
Graham Andrew, 87 Aisquith 
Graham Annie H. teacher, 240 n Howard 
Graham Benj. sergeant police, 356 Canton av 
Graham & Bright, (J. Graham, R. A. Bright,) 

painters and glaziers, 67 Saratoga 
Graham Charles E. tailor, 71s Ann 
Graham Mrs. Maj. Campbell, 64 Franklin 
Graham David, grocer, 16 Penna. av, dw 204 

Franklin 
Graham Edward, laborer, 72 Buren 
Graham Edward, 169 n Central av 
Graham Elizabeth, shoebiiider, 2 Pimlico al 
Graham Elizabeth J. 29 n Fremont 
Graham Ellis, shoemaker, 19 e Monument 
Graham Capt. G. R. mariner, 71 a Broadway 
Graham George A. shoemaker, 120 n Spring 
Graham George G. printer, 305 Light 
Graham George II. shoemaker, 2 Pimlico al 
Graham Georgianna, seamstress, 23 May 
Graham Henry G. clerk, 19 e Monument 
Graiiam Ignatius, 19 e Monument 
Graham Israel, clerk. Gen. Wayne hotel 



Graham James, laborer, 150 Dover 
Graham James, engineer, 25 Fountain 
Graham James, machinist, 198 Conway 
Graham James E. clerk, 204 Franklin 
Graham James R. jeweler, 166 n Eutaw, dw 

124 e Eager 
Graham Mrs. Jane, nurse, 124 Greenmount av 
Graham Mrs. Jeanette H. 240 n Howard 
Graham John, soap and candles, s w cor Caro- 
line and Canton av 
Graham John, barkeeper, Gen. Wayne hotel 
Graham John (G. & Bright,) 248 Aisquith 
Graham John, potter, 103 Jefferson 
Graham John, cooper, 5 n Washington 
Graham John, bootmaker, 120 n Spring 
Graham John, machinist, 171 s Bond 
Graham John T. (John C. Turner & Co.) Mt. 

Washington 
Graham John T. clerk, 40 e Fayette 
Graham John W. barkeeper, 248 Aisquith 
Graham Jos. R. H. (J. W. Pitts ^ Co.) 300 w 

Lombard 
Graham Louis, nightman, 10 Barnes 
Graham Maggie J. teacher, 318 n Eutaw 
Graham Mrs. Margaret, 72 Buren 
Graham Mrs. Mero S. tailoress, over 2 Harrison 
Graham Michael, gardener, Harford av, opp. 

Darley park 
Graham Michael, laborer, 11 Hull 
Graham Michael, laborer, 481 w Pratt 
Graham Nettie H. teacher, 240 n Howard 
Graham Patrick, porter, 53 President 
Graham Robert, brakesman, 552 w Fayette 
Graham Rob't C. huckster, 18 Josephine 
Graham Rob't C. carpenter, 467 Saratoga 
Graham Rob't E. cabinetmaker, 129 Hamburg 
Graham Saml. coachmaker, 124 Greenmount av 
Graham Sarah A. 71 s Ann 
Graham & Schmitt, (Wm. Graham, Wm. B. 

Schmitt, ) furniture manufs. 197, 240 and 

242 s Caroline 
Graham Thomas K. 70 n Calvert 
Graham Wm. clerk, 124 Greenmount av 
Graham Wm. shipcarpenter, 71s Ann 
Graham Wm. laborer, 26 Clinton 
Graham Wra. (G. & Schmitt, ) 109 Jefferson 
Graham Mrs. Wm. oil and lamps, 4 Bank 
Graham Wm. H. (Alexander Brown & Sons,) 

54 Cathedral 
Graham Wm. J. shoemaker, *56 e Monument 
Grahame Thos. I. tobacco insp. Three Tuns 

hotel 
Grain John M fnrn. wagon, 205 Gough 
Grain Mrs. Winifred, confectionery, 120 s 

Washington 
Gralla Casper, laborer, 128 s Bond 
Grammer Andrew, wheelwright, 8 Bank 
Grammer John, butcher, Walsh nr Cooke 
Grammer Rev. Dr. Julius E. 185 w Lombard 
Granberry Win. II. bookkeeper, 194 Mulberry 
Graudeman Carl, porter, 112 Hamburg 
Grange Wm. shipping merch't, 281 Hollins 
Granger Barney, machinist, 83 McHenry 
Granger Caroline, huckstrcss, cor. Hanover 

and Hughes 
Granger Charles, hackman, 65 Vine 
Granger Edwin H. (Wm. H. G. & Co.) 117 n 

Howard 
Granger Edwin W. paperhanger, 117 n Howard 
Granger Mrs. Elizabeth, 22 Carlton 
Granger Geo. police, 331 s Sharp 
Granger James E. caulker, 65 s Durham 



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AOKNl'S FOK 

Rosendale Cement & Plaster, 

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Granger James H. painter, 126 Raborg 
Granger John, sexton, 109 Saratoga 
Granger John F. jr., painter, 1()9 Saratoga 
Granger Levin H. mariner, 21 Warren 
Granger Mrs. Martha, 65 s Durham 
Granger Matthew, tobacconist, 109 n Howard 
Granger Michael, laborer, 59 Leadenhall 
Granger Nathaniel J. laborer, 172 L. Greene 
Granger Wm. caulker, 143 Henrietta 
Granger Wm. laborer, 156 York 
Granger Wm. H. police, 30 Williamson al 
Granger Wm. H. (Wm. H. G. & Co.) lit n 

Howard 
Granger Wm. H. ^ Co. (Wm. H. ^ E. W. 

Granger,) tobacconists, 134 w Baltimore 
Granger Wm. H. jr., clerk, 117 n Howard 
Graninger John, shoemaker, 15 Courtland 
Granness Thomas, 145 s Ann 
Granniss John R. 210 s Wolfe 
Granruth Mrs. M. A. 265 s Bond 
Granruth Wm. G. police, 265 s Bond 
Grant Harriet, 494 w Baltimore 
Grant James, laborer, 83 York 
Grant John W. clerk, 338 Penna. av 
Grant Jos. W. shipcarpenter, 130 s Wolfe 
Grant Lizzie,Iaundress, Lan vale nr Republican 
Grant Mary, 251 n Caroline 
Grant Mary, laundress, 16 Somerset 
Grant Mrs Rachel, 223 Gough 
Grant Dr. Sydney D.28 n Liberty,dw 23 Barnet 
Grant Wm. laborer, 5 Andre 
Grant Wm. patternmaker, 282 n Eutaw 
Grant Xenophon, hatter, 494 w Baltimore 
Granzer Mrs. Jno. tailor aud scourer,6Bank la 
Grape A. C. telegraphist, 97 Hillen 
Grape Mrs. Charlotte, 137 e Monument 
Grape Cornelia, teacher, 137 e Monumeut 
Grape Edward, clerk, 97 Hillen 
Grape George S.. teacher. 63 Aisquith 
Grape Jacob, bacon, 119 Hillen, dw 97 
Grape John, wood, 61 s High 
Grape John T. clerk, Lanvale nr John 
Grape John W. sweepmaster. 122 n Eden 
Grape Joseph, clerk, 1 n Ann 
Grape Samuel, canmaker, 98 s Bond 
Grape Sophia E. teacher, 137 e Monument 
Grape Thiamas E. jeweler, 61 s High 
Grape Winfield S. clerk, 97 Hillen 
Grape Wm. H. carpenter, 139 e Monument 
Grart Conrad, laborer, 62 Johnson 
Graspel Mrs. Susanna, 115 s Eden 
Grass John, paperhanger, 154 Raborg 
Grass Philip, laborer, 154 Raborg 
Grasse John, laborer, 35 Fountain 
Grasser Casper, laborer, 202 s Wolfe 
Grasty John T. clerk, 104 Hanover 
Grasty Samuel A. agent, 154 w Lombard 
Grasty Wm. C. jr. salesman, 322 w Baltimore 
Grattan Mrs. A. boarding, 77 n High 
Grattan John, laborer, 249 s Dallas 
Grattan Thomas L., 77 n High 



Gratton George, 32 n Front 
Gratworld Martin, shipcarp'r, 220 Canton av 
Grau August, tailor. Gay ext 
Grau Francis, shoemaker, 96 n Dallas 
Grau George, tailor, 75 s Regester 
Grau Thomas H. shoemaker, 71 s Wolfe 
Graue Herman H. (Wm. Wilkens & Co.) Bal- 
timore CO 
Grauel Frederick, druggist, 172 William 
Grauer Ignatius, salesman, 153 n Gay 
Grauer Ignatius, dry goods, 59 e Fayette 
Grauer Samuel, tobacconist, 646 w Baltimore 

and 170 w Pratt, dw 646 w Baltimore 
Grauling Henry, tailor, 357 s Charles 
Grauman Leonard, shoemaker, 16 e Monument 
Graupner Frederick, shoemaker, 47 e Fayette 
Graver, Wm. mariner, 181 s Bond 
Graves George W. laborer, 23 Fountain 
Graves George W. clerk, 9 Walker 
Graves Dr. John J., Windsor Mill road 
Graves John, mariner, 42 Cross 
Graves John H. huckster, 9 Walker 
Graves Luther, shoecutter, Hand house 
Graves Mark P. shoemaker, Hand house 
Graves Robt. F. harness, 107 Pearl 
Graves Capt. Robt. R. mariner, 47 n Caroline 
Graves Wm. B. (Ebert, G. & Co.) Liberty rd 

nr city limits 
Gray Mrs. Adelaide, milliner, 45 s Caroline 
Gray Mrs. Alexander P. shoes, 68 e Fayette 
Gray Albert W. (Cugle, G. k Co.) 98 Park 
Gray Andrew, (Kelsey k Gray,) cor Buchan- 
an's. whf and Pratt 
Gray Mrs. Ann, 48 Mulberry 
Gray Mrs. Ann, 8 Temple 
Gray Ashur W. salesman, 81 n Liberty 
Gray Augustus, bricklayer, 84 Aisquith 
Gray Benjamin F. sailmaker, 231 e Lombard 
Gray Bernard, carpenter, 96 MuUikin 
Gray Charles E. brickmaker, 142 s Paca 
Gray Charles M. canmaker, 96 s Bond 
Gray David W. ship, and com. merch.6 s Gay, 

dw n e cor McCulloh and Townsend 
Gray Ezekiel, jr. clerk, n e cor Pine and Bal- 
timore 
Gray Ezekiel, salesman, 116 Lexington 
Gray Mrs. Frances H., 52 Walsh 
Gray Francis E. painter, 122 s Wolfe 
Gray Francis W. cracker agent, 96 s Bond 
Gray George W. clerk, 19 s Bond 
Gray Mrs. Grace, boarding, 73 Courtland 
Gray Harrison 0. clerk rev. dep't, 27 n Calvert 
Gray Henry C. bookkeeper, 106 s Bond 
Gray Hugh, tallow chandler, 241 e Madison 
Gray Jacob F. paperhanger, 95 Hamburg 
Gray James, peddler, 83 Hill 
Gray James, shoemaker, 161 Lee 
Gray James E. shoem'r, cor Lee and L. Greene 
Gray John, mariner, 309 e Lombard 
Gray John, huckster, 92 Gough 
Gray John, salesman, 81 n Liberty 
Gray John F. cardriver, 113 n Central av 
Gray John T. deputy marshal police, 15 Mc- 

Elderry 
Gray Jonathan J. carpenter, 225 Harford av 
Gray & Judik, (Wm. G., Jos. Judik,) com. 
merch'ts and cattle dealers, Calvertoa road, 
opp cattle scales 
Gray Leonard, constable, 169 s Regester 
GRAY MANUFACTURING CO., office 13 

Lexington, Chas. Marean agent 
Gray Mr?. Martha L. boarding, 81 n Liberty 



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Gray Newton M. draughtsman, 81 n Liberty 

Gray H. Otis, clerk rev. dep't, 27 n Calvert 

Gray Patrick, laborer, 101 Harford av 

Gray Richard, laborer, 7 Brannau ct 

Gray Rinehart, tailor, 348 Cross 

Gray Samuel, sailor, 3 Wills 

Gray Mrs. Sarah, 124 s Ann 

Gray Thomas J. cabinetmaker, 48 Mulberry 

Gray Walter L. mariner, 19 s Bond 

Gray Wm. hackman, 3 State 

Gray Wm. (G. & Judik,) Miller's hotel 

Gray Wm. hatter, leThomsen 

Grav Wm H. huckster, 92 Gough 

Gray Wm. M. (Sheckels & G.) 319 Mulberry 

Graydon Charles, carter, 156 n High 

Grayly John, laborer, 117 s Durham 

Greacen John, jr., salt, 47 South, dw 42 n 

Gilmor 
Greacen Thomas F. (T. F. G. & Co.) 380 w 

Fayette 
Greacen Thos. F. & Co. (Thos. F. Greacen,) 

merchandise brokers, 1 Commerce 
Greak Christopher, beer, 341 s Charles 
Greany Michael, hostler, 7 Callendar al 
Greaser Peter, cooper, 113 Albemarle 
Greasley Charles, butcher, 18 Hanover and 9 

Richmond markets, dw Penna av e.xt 
Greasley Jacob H. butcher, 18 Hanover mar- 
ket, dw Penna av ext 
Greasley Jacob F. butcher, 12 Richmond mar- 
ket, dw Penna av nr Northern av 
Greason Mrs. Eliza, 252 Lee 
Greason John, blacksmith, 558 w Pratt 
Greason Jos. H. blacksmith, 162 Vine 
Greason Rob't, carter, 252 Lee 
Greason Thomas, huckster, 204 German 
Greason Thomas, jr., police, 172 Scott 
Greasoner Martin, laborer, 187 s Chapel 
GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL AND FAST 
FREIGHT LINE, Wm. E. Gaskins, agent, 
132 w Baltimore 
Greaver Charles, tailor, 66 s High 
Greaver Christian, 109 Eastern av 
Greaver Louis, merchant tailor, 66 s High 
Greaver Louis, coppersmith, 45 Preston 
Greavey Henry, tailor, 208 n Central av 
Grab Charles, laborer, 251 Aliceannfe 
Greb Peter, lager beer, 170 n Howard 
Grebe August, vinegar, Belair av nr Baltimore 

cemetery 
Grebe Henry, shoemaker, 278 e Pratt 
Grebe Henry, cooper, 255 Cross 
Grebel George, upholsterer, 161 Hughes 
Greble Benj. 166 e Eager 
Greble John, laborer, 11 s Choptank 
Grece John, tailor, 89 York 
Greely Patrick, tavern, 186 Lexington 
Greely Patrick, laborer, 66 n Dallas 
Grefe Louis, grocer, 55 s Paca 
Green Adam, roofer, 166 Eastern av 
Green Alex. J. clerk, 292 e Chase 
Green Amon, (A. Green & Co.) 70 Hillen 
Green Amon & Co. (Amon Green, Samuel H. 

Green, ) cotton manufs. 70 Hillen 
Green Andrew 0. (G. & HofiFman,) 219Peirce 
Green Mrs. Agnes C. dressmaker, 14 President 
Green Bridget, chambermaid, Maltby house 
Green Mrs. Carrie, 9 MuUikin 
Green Charles R. clerk, 191 w Fayette 
Green Chas. A. carpenter, 120 L. Greene 
Green Charles B. 130 n High 
Green Chas. E. plasterer, 16 s Carey 



Green Mrs. Cordelia, tavern, 27 Short 

Green & Co. (Geo. T. Green, Wm. S. Dorritee, ) 

painters, 15 s Calvert 
Green Cornelius, barber, 31 w Pratt 
Green Gen. Duff, pres'tMd. Industrial agency, 

241 St. Panl 
Green Daniel M. engineer, 193 s Wolfe 
Green Edw'd J. clerk, 201 n Eutaw 
Green Mrs. Elizabeth sec. hand goods, 134 e 

Fayette 
Green Elisha, clerk, 57 Aisquith 
Green Francis, bricklayer, 223 Franklin 
Green George, 87 Hanover 
Green George T. painter, Harford rd 
Green Geo. A. plumber, 296 n Eutaw ■ 
Green George M. carpenter, 38 n Pine 
Green George T. (Green & Co.) Baltimore co 
Green George, laborer, 35 Fountain 
Green Col. George W., Fountain hotel 
Green George W. huckster, 257 Columbia 
Green Gustavus, Durham nr Orleans 
Green Harrison, carpenter, 214 Columbia 
Green Mrs. Henrietta, seamstress, 36 n Spring 
Green Henry L. gas fitter, 261 n Bond 
Green Henry, sr., painter, 16 s Carey 
Green Henry, carpenter, 436 w Lombard 
Green Henry H. store keeper U. S. bonded 

warehouse, 41 Pearl 
Green Henry L. grocer, 540 w Baltimore 
Green ^ Hoffman, (A. 0. G., H. Hoffman,) 

coachmakers, n e cor Tyson and Richmond 
Green Horace P. fireman, 75 Gough 
Green Jacob, lime and hair, 44 Buren, dw 292 

e Chase 
Green Jas. H. boiler maker, 185 n Central av 
Green James P. coppersmith, 203 n Bond 
Green Gen. Jeff., 276 w Fayette 
Green John, nightman. Mulberry nr Fulton 
Green John D. drayman, 320 Mulberry 
Green J. M. painter, 72 n Fremont 
Green John F. clerk, 4 n Liberty 
Green John, barber, 33 Granby 
Green John T. moulder, 330 e Chase 
Green Capt. John M. shipping merchant, 92 

Light-st wharf, dw 318 Lexington 
Green John A. clerk, Mt Washington 
Green John W. carpenter, 132 Druid Hill av 
Green John N. cooper, 140 McHenry 
Green John J. mill picks and facing hammers, 

over 10 Centre, dw 119 Park av 
Green John, printer, 16 s Carey 
Green John, scavenger, 38 Williamson al 
Green John, laborer, 177 s Caroline 
Green John, carpenter, 46 Clay 
Green John W. sawmaker, 189 Orleans 
Green Joseph D. jr., fireman, 75 Gough 
Green Joseph, huckster, 257 Columbia 
Green Joseph D. blacksmith, 75 Gough 
Green Joseph N. carpenter, 330 Franklin 
Green Joseph, boiler maker, 27 n Bond 
Green Joseph, bricklayer, 16 n Caroline 
Green Joseph, grocer, 51 Chatsworth 
Green Joshua, rectifier, 320 Mulberry 
Green Joshua, jr., farmer, 320 Mulberry 
Green Joshua H. machinist, 120 Jefferson 
Green Josias, salesman, 477 n Gay 
Green L. W. 81 n Liberty 
Green Lydia A. 238 n Howard 
Green Martin, moulder, 18 Fountain 
Green Mrs. Mary Ann, 101 n Front 
Green Mrs. Mary E. dressmaker, 149 w Madison 
Green Mary, chambermaid, Maltby house 



The QEOVER & BAKEB SEWING MACHINE is the 



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J. HENRY GIESE & CO. 

COIIMISSIOX MERCHANTS, 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &.c. 

ACiKNTS p OK ' 

Roseiiflale Cement aiiJ Plaster, 

21 SPEAR'S WHARF. 



Green Mrs. M. E. 419 w Pratt 

Green Milton W. mill pick maker, 119 Park av 

Green Nathan, bell hanger, 66 e Fayette 

Green Nicholas, laborer, 278 s Ann 

Green Nicholas, engineer, 16 s Carej 

Green Patrick, laborer, 168 McHenry 

Green Philander, 4 n Liberty 

Green Richard, clerk, 33 s Exeter 

Green Richard C. cooper, cor Patterson and 

Cable, dw 81 s Paca 
Green Richard M. blacksmith, 296 n Eutaw 
Green Robert B. 13 Barnet 
Green Robert B. salesman, Mansion house 
Green Roljert F. jr., salesman, 292 Madison av 
Green Robert F. liquors, 93 Franklin, dw 292 

Madison av 
Green Sam. shoemaker, 34 Front, n of Foundry 
Green Sam. H. (Amon Green ^ Co.) Balto. co 
Green Sam'l 8. butcher. Point la nr Aisquith 
Green Jlrs. Sarah F., Gistnr Eastern av 
Green Thomas, moulder, 16 s Carey 
Green Thomas, moulder, 160 s Fremont 
Green Thomas J. bookkeeper, 41 Pearl 
Green Thomas T. tavern, 51 Thames 
Green Thomas, carpenter, 119 Chew 
Green Thomas M. grocer, 88 w Baltimore, dw 

57 Aisquith 
Green Mrs. Virginia, 387 w Fayette 
Green Wm. F. merchant tailor, 210 w Pratt 
Green Wm. baker, 25 May 
Green Wm. F. caipenter, 150 Druid Hill av 
Green Wm. J. laliorer, 25 May 
Green Wm. solicitor, 70 Columbia 
Green Wm. H. 238 n Howard 
Green Wm. H. conductor, 211 Lee 
Green Wm. P. restaurant, 48 e Lombard 
Green Zachariah, ship carpenter. Gist near 

Canton av 
Greenbaum k Co., (H. and S. Greenbaum,) 

furnishing goods, 255 w Baltimore 
Greenbaum Daniel, law student, s w cor For- 
rest and Front 
Greenbaum Ella, 49 Burke, Canton 
Greenbaum Emanuel, (I. G. & Sons,) High nr 

Lombard 
Greenbaum Henry, (Q. & Co.) 51 German 
Greenbaum Isaac & Sons, (Isaac, Leopold and 

E. Greenbaum, ) dry goods, 255 w Baltimore 
Greenbaum Isaac, (I. Greenbaum & Sons,) 200 

s Broadway 
'Greenbaum Isaac, tailor and clothier, 146 w 

Pratt, dw 103 e Lombard 
Greenbaum Jacob, sec. hand goods, 191 s Bond 
Greenbaum Leopold, (I. G. & Sons,) 200 s 

Broadway 
Greenbaum Meyer, clothier, s w cor Forrest 

and Front 
Greenbaum Nathan G. grocery, 157 Orleans 
Greenbaum S. (G. & Co.) 51 German 
Greenbaum Simon, dry goods, 204 s Broadway 
Greenbaum Wolfe, (Burgunder&G. )57 Conway 



Greenbaum Wolfe, grocery, 417 Saratoga 
Greene Geo. laborer, 35 Fountain 
Greeneg John, shoemaker, rear 639 Light 
Greeneisen Adam, tailor, 318 w Pratt 
GREENFIELD AQUILLA H. & Co., (A. H. 
G., J. W. Brown,) hardware and house fur- 
nishing goods, 149 Lexington 
Greenfield Aquilla H. (Harrison & G. and G. 
& Co.) 259 Saratoga 

GREENFIELD CALEB W., Whole- 
sale and Retail Dealer in Hard- 
ware, Iron and Tin Toys, 236 Lex- 
ington. 

Greenfield Mrs. Kate, 18 Jeffers'on 
Greenfield Mrs. Rachel, shoebinder, 6 Har- 
mony la 
Greenfield Thomas S. shipjoiner, 39 s Exeter 
Greenfield Thomas K. (King & G.) 89 s High 
Greenfield Wm. S. scroll sawyer, 83 n Front 
Greenfield Wm. S. scroll cutter, 18 Jefferson 
Greenhood Aaron, baker, 81 Harrison 
Greenley Wm. E. plasterer, 178 n Caroline 
GREENMOUNT CEMETERy,o£fice ICourtland 
Greensfelder B. & Son,(M.B. G.)tobacconists, 

225 w Pratt 
Greensfelder Frances, laundress, 279 s Bond 
Greensfelder Geo. P. tobacconist, 308 s Bond 
Greensfelder Henry,dry goods, 52 n Republican 
Greensfelder H. office over 99 Lexington 
Greensfelder Moses B. (B. G. & Son,) 32 s 

Exeter 
Greensfelder Septimus, mariner, 279 s Bond 
Greensfelder Simon, 17 s Exeter 
Greenstein Simon, 190 Bank 
Green tree Andrew D. detective, 373 Franklin 
Greentree Albert, clerk, 52 n Liberty 
Greentree Mrs. Catherine, 373 Franklin 
Greentree Dr. Hiram, druggist, s e cor Linden 

av and Preston 
Greentree Howard, salesman, 94 Druid Hill av 
Greentree Jacob, clothier, 88 Centre Market 

space, dw 52 n Liberty 
Greentree Winslow, med. student, cor Garden 

and Preston 
Greenvill Joseph, laborer, 42 Bennett 
Greenwald Abraham B. clerk, 71 Chew 
Greenwald Baukratz, shoemaker, 75 Somerset 
Greenwald Ernest, laborer, 183 s Eden 
Greenwald John, laborer, 245 s Broadway 
Greenwald Michael, butcher, 29 Fells Point 

market and 68 Centre mar't,dw 57 s Caroline 
Greenway Edward M. jr., office 41 Lexington, 

dw n w cor Mount Vernon and Washington 

places 
Greenway Ed. M. sr., n w corMt. Vernon and 

Washington places 
Greenway J. Henry, 41 South, dw Harford co 
Greenway Wm. H. clerk, 21 Barnet 
Greenway Wm. W. T. 21 Barnet 
Greenway Mrs. Wm. T. 21 Barnet 
Greenway Wm. D. clerk, Eutaw house 
Green well Priscilla, tailoress, 5 Gelston's ct 
Greenwood Chas. H. mariner, 145 e Chester 
Greenwood George Z. & Co. (Geo. Z. G., W. 

H. Rutter, ) com. merchants, 2 Bowly's whf 
Greenwood George Z. (Geo. Z. G. & Co.) 

Bait. CO 
Greenwood Walt.(Jory & G.)]91 n Central av 
Greenwood Wm. D. hatter, 230 e Monument 



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Greenwood Wm. S. bat agent, over 11 Light, 

dw 191 n Central av 
Greer Alex, sexton St. Paul's church, 258 

Saratoga 
Greer Benjamin A. clerk, 66 n Caroline 
Greer James, huckster, 187 e Monument 
Greer John, coppersmith, 258 Saratoga 
Greer John B. clerk, 80 n Front 
Greer John J. clerk, 169 Madison av 
Greer Mary, dress maker, 169 Madison av 
Greer Matthew, laborer, 71 Goodman al 
Greer Robert A. accountant, 220 w Lombard 
Greer Robert, shoemaker, 162 Chesnut 
Greer Richard, conductor, 24 Ramsay 
Greer Wm. grain, 564 w Lombard 
Greeve David, 201 Aliceanna 
Gregg Andrew C. 43 n Holliday 
Gregg Alex. G. 43 n Holliday 
Gregg J. Newton, (Innes & Co.) Fayette w of 

Fulton 
Greirg James, (Bayfield ^ G.) 58 Franklin 
Gregg John, (Bayfield & G.) 126 n Charles 
Gregg John H. clerk, 687 w Fayette 
Gregg Robert A. 43 n Holliday 
Gregg Mrs. Rose, 155 n Charles 
Gregg Taylor, clerk, 687 w Fayette 
Gregg Wra. H. bookkeeper, 687 w Fayette 
Gregory Mrs. Adeline, huckstress, 74 Battery av 
Gregory Henry M. painter, 115 s Regester 
Gregory James C. tinner, 59 n Eden 
Gregory John B. plasterer, 102 Hollins 
Gregory John T. boilermaker, 125 Hamburg 
Gregory John, boilermaker, 30 Henrietta 
Gregory John, laborer, Forrest nr Low 
Gregory Joseph H. D. tobacconist, 268 Light 
Gregory Martha, seamstress, 119 Gough 
Gregory Mrs. Martha A. 119 Gough 
Gregory Mrs. Mary A. 246 e Madison 
Gregory Thos. 0. grocery, 274 Light 
Gregory Wm. ship carpenter, 137 s Eden 
Gregory Wm. jr. ship carpenter, 137 s Eden 
Gregory Wm. P. coppersmith, 155 Cross 
Greif Mrs. Catherine, huckstress, 288 s Bond 
Greif Levi & Bro. (L. and M. Greif) clothiers, 

185 s Broadway 
Greif Levi, (L. G. & Bro.) 18a s Broadway 
Greif Max, (L. G. & Bro.) 201 Aliceaana 
Greifenstein John, laborer, 316 s Dallas 
Greifzu Christian, tobacconist, 377 Canton av 
Greifzu John, carpenter, 35 n Dallas 
Greineison Charles, clerk, Washington h